Cartoons: Merry Christmas!

May your Christmas be merry and bright!

Soot-covered boy scrambles from a fireplace, after having inspected the chimney to see if Santa will fit through the passage.

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Mall santa visits a doctor's office with a bell in his eye.
“…And when did you first notice this ringing in your ear, Mr. Wallace?”
Tom Henderson
December 19, 1959

 

Husband finds a stack of Christmas cards in his coat pocket.
“Well, what do you know!…Isn’t that a scream? Haven’t mailed last year’s Christmas cards yet!”
Walt Wetterberg
November 24, 1951

 

Family gifts their father a snow shovel for Christmas
“Now, children, let’s all watch daddy open his present.”
Lepper
December 22, 1951

 

Soot-covered boy scrambles from a fireplace, after having inspected the chimney to see if Santa will fit through the passage.
“He’ll probably make it, but it’ll be an awful tight squeeze.”
Roy Fox
December 20, 1958

 

Boy tells his sister that he is going outside to meet Santa Claus on the roof.
“I’d better make it person to person. He may be outside tending to his reindeer.”
December 12, 1959

 

A mall Santa shaving, while his fake beard rests on the counter.
Cpl. Barney Tobey
December 16, 1944

 

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Comments

  1. Daddy’s present was really funny. I also liked the one where the man discovers last years Christmas cards in his overcoat pocket. I’ve never don’t that, but I have found some interesting old items in my overcoats when I first wear them in winter.

  2. They’re all good, but my favorite is # 3. “Let’s watch daddy open his present” which clearly said ‘To Mom’! I’m taking it a vacuum cleaner wasn’t striking her fancy too well here.

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