Cartoons: Have a Merrier Christmas

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We wish you a Merr(ier) Christmas!

Whoa! Dec 88

“Whoa!”

 

Wait till the last minute, he says; they've got millions of trees left then and you'll get one for practically nothing. Dec 1946

“Wait till the last minute, he says; they’ve got millions of trees left then and you’ll get one for practically nothing.”

 

 —And then Santa comes into the room. He always smells of moth balls. December 24, 1943

“—And then Santa comes into the room. He always smells of moth balls.”

 

December 1978

 

Is she for me, mommy, or am I for her? December 22, 1951

“Is she for me, mommy, or am I for her?”

 

Well, what have we here—To Elmer from Elmer. December 1978

“Well, what have we here—‘To Elmer from Elmer.’”

 

She found the Santa Claus suit in my closet. Now she thinks we're having an affair. December 1975

“She found the Santa Claus suit in my closet. Now she thinks we’re having an affair.”

 

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