Cartoons: Christmas Shopping

It’s getting scary out there. Keep your sense of humor!

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It’s getting scary out there. Keep Your Sense of Humor!

 “I solved the problem of what to get me.” - from Jan/Feb 99
“I solved the problem of what to get me.” from January/February 1999

I always find this the easy part, too.

 

 “Can you describe him?” - from November/December 1998
“Can you describe him?” from November/December 1998

Now I know it’s universal – they never meet you where they said they would.

“What do you mean you ‘can relate’ to this one?”-from November/December 2003
“What do you mean you ‘can relate’ to this one?” from November/December 2003

We all can.

 

 “My wife is shopping. I’m in wait-training.” – from November/December 2003
“My wife is shopping. I’m in wait-training.” from November/December 2003

I’m just here for parking and carrying packages.

 

“I disposed of our disposable income.” – from November/December 1994
“I disposed of our disposable income.” from November/December 1994

Consider it our personal stimulus package.

 

“Yeah, the Christmas stuff looks a little picked over.” – from November/December 2003
“Yeah, the Christmas stuff looks a little picked over.” from November/December 2003

I told you it’s getting scary out there! And these aren’t the only vultures to watch for.

 

 “I’m telling you, it says, ‘Only ten shopping days ‘til Christmas.’” - from December 1982
“I’m telling you, it says, ‘Only ten shopping days ‘til Christmas.’” from December 1982

Oooo, I knew those Egyptian tombs were scary!

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