Cartoons: Be My Valentine

My funny valentine...sweet, comic valentine...you make me smile with my heart!

Woman speaks to a buffudled salesman as she shops for Valentine's Day cards

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A series of comic panels showing a bachelor buying Valentine's chocolates for himself. The final panel has him laying on a couch eating the chocolates, while reading a book.
Aagaard
February 23, 1960

 

A boy greets his parents after school with a box of Valentine's chocolates in his hand.
“…because she didn’t guess which hand it was in.”
Al Piane
February 13, 1965

 

A window washer wipes away window grime in the shape of a Valentine's heart, granting him a view of a working woman inside.
Dan Q. Brown
February 13, 1954

 

A disappointed, half-naked husband in a cupid's costume hears judgement from his marriage counselor.
“If you want my honest opinion, I think it’s a lousy idea.”
Taber
February 9, 1963

 

Man putting on oversized socks that his wife had made him for Valentine's Day.
“That’s O.K., I know an airport that can use them.”
Bob Schroeter
February 9, 1957

 

Frustrated wife is served breakfast in bed by her also frustrated husband. Strewn about the bed is a loaf of bread, a plugged-in toaster and a portable stove.
“Well, you wanted breakfast in bed, didn’t you?”
Dan Q. Brown
February 13, 1954

 

Woman speaks to a buffudled salesman as she shops for Valentine's Day cards
“I’m looking for a card that says ‘I love you’ without getting myself emotionally involved.”
Mort Gerberg
February 11, 1967

 

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