Cartoons: Obviously Oblivious

We all have our moments of cluelessness, but hopefully none of us are as bad as these characters!

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Cluelessness is as American a tradition as apple pie. Here are some of our favorite cartoons of the truly oblivious.

 

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“There’s something funny about the air currents around here.”
Huffine
September 29, 1945

 

 

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Chon Day
June 30, 1945

 

 

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“I wonder which way the wind is blowing?”
Bill King
February 17, 1945

 

 

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“I don’t think that will be necessary, Dobbs!”
Keller
January 13, 1945

 

 

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“Dear, I do believe someone is at the door.”
Pearson
March 23, 1946

 

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