Cartoons: Exercise Your Funny Bone

Our cartoonists take exercise and diet very seriously—as comic fodder, of course!

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Our cartoonists take exercise and diet very seriously—as comic fodder, of course!

from Jul/Aug 1996 -
“How far from home are you, so I’ll know when to start dinner?”
Jul/Aug 1996
from Jan/Feb 1998 – "He can’t talk now. He’s using his exercise equipment."
“He can’t talk now. He’s using his exercise equipment.”
Jan/Feb 1998
from July/Aug 2004 – "We don’t need much…just enough strength to open the packaging that stuff comes in today."
“We don’t need much…just enough strength to open the packaging that stuff comes in today.”
Jul/Aug 2004
from July/Aug 2005 – "I'm sorry, I thought I wanted a double cheeseburger with fries, but I've just been informed I really feel like a garden salad."
“I’m sorry, I thought I wanted a double cheeseburger with fries, but I’ve just been informed I really feel like a garden salad.”
Jul/Aug 2005
Mar/Apr 2001
from Sept/Oct 2008 – "I'm going to order a broiled, skinless chicken breast, but I want you to bring me lasagna and garlic bread by mistake."
“I’m going to order a broiled, skinless chicken breast, but I want you to bring me lasagna and garlic bread by mistake.”
Sep/Oct 2008
from Jul/Aug 2000 – "The doctor said I should get interested in an exercise program!"
“The doctor said I should get interested in an exercise program!”
Jul/Aug 2000
from Mar/Apr 2001 – "Ten pounds isn’t bad. On my last diet I put on 12."
“Ten pounds isn’t bad. On my last diet I put on 12.”
Mar/Apr 2001

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