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Cartoons: Comical Cave Dwellers

Published: March 15, 2018

Cartoonists have been creating caveman jokes since….well, since the dawn of man! Take some time out of your modern woes to enjoy these prehistoric put-ons.

 “Some of you kids get out there and help your mother with the groceries.” July/August 1987

“Some of you kids get out there and
help your mother with the groceries.”
July/August 1987

 

 “One invented the wheel, the other the toll.” January/February 2000

“One invented the wheel, the other the toll.”
January/February 2000

 

“Whatever it is you’re making, Dad, may I use it tonight?” September/October 2009

“Whatever it is you’re making, Dad, may I use it tonight?”
September/October 2009

 

 “He handles all our shredding.” November/December 2008

“He handles all our shredding.”
November/December 2008

 

“Don’t do it. I killed one two years ago, and I’ve been eating the leftovers ever since.” March/April 1999

“Don’t do it. I killed one two years ago,
and I’ve been eating the leftovers ever since.”
March/April 1999

 

 “How can you flunk history? It’s only one page.” March/April 2011 –

“How can you flunk history? It’s only one page.”
March/April 2011

 

“I’m looking for someone who’s . . . well, more evolved.” September/October 2003

“I’m looking for someone who’s . . . well, more evolved.”
September/October 2003

 

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