Cartoons: Not-So-Great Dates

We’ve all been there… stuck in a social situation that is quickly going South. Our great Post cartoonists have been there, too.

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We may wish to forget the awkward evenings of our lives, but you just know Post cartoonists won’t let us. They tell tales of dates that didn’t quite work out as planned.

"I'm not boring you with all this talk about myself, am I?" May/June 95

“I’m not boring you with all this talk about myself, am I?”
May/Jun 1995

 

"So! You used to work at that Texaco down the street?" "Worked at, robbed, what’s the difference?" Nov/Dec 2000

“So! You used to work at the Texaco down the street?”
“Worked at, robbed, what’s the difference…”
Nov/Dec 2000

 

"Are you trying to tell me that you want to postpone the wedding?" Jan/Feb 1999

“Are you trying to tell me that you want to postpone the wedding?”
From Jan/Feb 1999

 

 

 

 

"Hi, this is Martha from OnStar and Doug, you are an insensitive pig!" From Jan/Feb 2001

“Hi, this is Martha from OnStar, and Doug, you are an insensitive pig!”
From Jan/Feb 2001

 

"You know, this evening would be a lot more romantic if you'd quit screaming, 'We're going to die! We're going to die!'" From Jan/Feb 1995

“You know, this evening would be a lot more romantic if you’d quit screaming, ‘We’re going to die! We’re going to die!'”
From Jan/Feb 1995

 

"Oh sure, I cook at home all the time—want more ketchup packets?" Jan/Feb 1995

“Oh sure, I cook at home all the time—want more ketchup packets?”
From Jan/Feb 1995

 

"Judy, the 'Saturday Evening Pest' is here." From Jan/Feb 1995

“Judy, the ‘Saturday Evening Pest’ is here.”
From Jan/Feb 1995

 

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