What is heaven really like? Our fabulous Post cartoonists know all about it.
“Wow! You weren’t kidding. The triple chocolate fudge mocha cheesecake was to die for!”
Well, if you gotta go, this is the way. I found this scrumptious cartoon in a 2000 Saturday Evening Post and wondered how many other “heavenly” cartoons I could find. It seems cartoonists spend an ungodly (sorry) amount of time thinking about heaven.
“Sorry, you’ll have to go back—they’re resuscitating you down there.”
The very words you want to hear at the pearly gates. The next one has St. Peter saying what you don’t want to hear.
“Sorry. Looks like the guy who stole your identity got here before you did.”
I’ve heard identity theft can be a real hassle, but I never thought of this problem! Something else to worry about.
“Can I text just one last message?”
Okay, you just know St. Peter is hearing this all the time these days and is getting pretty sick of it.
“Sorry, but we’ve never gotten enough golfers here to make it worthwhile to put in a golf course.”
Ouch! No point in taking your golf clubs with you. This is by Ray Delgado, a cartoonist spotlighted in our last “Meet the Cartoonist” feature here on the website.
“I saw that!”
Cartoonist Roy Stark shows us just why heaven doesn’t put in a golf course.
“Oh, no! Not heavenly ham again…”
The good news is—there is food in heaven. The bad news—no matter how much you love ham and angel food cake, they get old after awhile.
Keep tuned in for our next “Meet the Cartoonist” post. And let us know if there are other cartoon subjects you’d like to see featured such as dogs, marriage, kids, and so forth.
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