We would never suggest our talented cartoonists spend a lot of time at bars, but they seem to overhear a lot of watering hole conversations.
"Your wife thinks you’re a jerk?
I thought you said she didn’t understand you."
from Mar/Apr 1997
Ouch. Well, it appears the bartender understands him.
"My wife has no sense of humor."
"That’s hard to believe."
from March/April 2009
We don’t know which is worse—being insulted by the bartender or the other patrons. This cartoon was by Rex May, featured in our web series “Meet the Cartoonist.”
"I’ve finally developed a lifestyle
and now my doctor says I have to change it."
from September/Octember 1998
If the change involves giving up martinis, forget about it.
"I'm looking for marriage, two kids, and a nice house in the suburbs.
Hi, what's your name?"
from September/October 1999
You have to admire a gal who puts it out front.
"Gosh, I remember when happy hour was
something other than a good bowel movement!"
from March/April 1997
"I dunno, George. There has to be more to life than
watching my wife cook, iron, vacuum, wash clothes,
clean the house, take care of the kids and do yard work."
from July/August 1994
We think she’s the one who needs a drink.
"Nice going! You’ve solved all their problems,
and now we’ve lost all our clientele."
from January/February 1982
Never open a bar with a guy named Sig.