Cartoons: Back to School

Teachers and principals may not appreciate zingers, but our Post cartoonists sure do.

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It’s back-to-school time, and we’ll all need a sense of humor to get through it!

from Jul/Aug 2003
“Teachers don’t appreciate zingers …”
 Mar/Apr 2007 I figured if I have to be here every day, I might as well make a little money
“I figured if I have to be here every day, I’d might as well make a little money.”
from July/Aug 2003 –I suffer from test-taking anxiety, brought on by lack of studying.
“I suffer from test-taking anxiety, brought on by lack of studying.”
from Jan/Feb 2006 – “You said we learn from our mistakes, so I must be learning a lot.”
“You said we learn from our mistakes, so I must be learning a lot.”
from Jul/Aug 1998
“Excuse me, but at what point during my career as a supermodel will I have need for English?”
“My parents think I watch too much TV, so I’m not allowed to watch unless my homework is done by 8:00 p.m., 7:00 p.m. Central.”
“They call it the ‘Three R’s,’ and then say we can’t spell!”
Sept/Oct 1998
“Does your mother always sign your report cards, ‘My Mom’?”
Sept/Oct. 2006
“I sure hope I grow up to be beautiful—’cause if I can’t get by on my looks, I’m doomed.”

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Comments

  1. .
    The Cartoons are funny. I just wish I had students so well behaved as these.
    Mine would just shoot you (High School for returniing students, math & science).

  2. Spent many times in the corner or in the coat room or the hall. I’m now 88, so it seems that I did make it though school.

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