Cartoons: Get a Move On

Whether you’re moving in or moving out, these cartoons will move you to laughter!

Movers take a very large rug into a house that's too small for it.

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A mother cat loads her kittens onto a moving van.
Blakley
October 21, 1944

 

Two women watch movers load a coach with a very unhappy couple still sitting on it. they are upset that the bank has foreclosed on their property, and is forcing them out.
“Looks like the Smiths have decided to be unpleasant about it.”
Eric Peters
September 30, 1944

 

Two kids greet a couple who has just moved into the neighborhood.
“We’re the reason why the people who used to live here moved.”
Bill King
April 19, 1952

 

Movers take a very large rug into a house that's too small for it.
“Where do you want this?”
Gallagher
April 19, 1952

 

A woman speaks to her former neighbor before she moves out.
“I’d tell you where we’re moving, Mrs. Bremer – but that would defeat the whole purpose of it.”
Goldstein
March 10, 1951

 

Movers present the pieces of a broken vase to their shocked client, asking if she has any glue handy.
“Do you happen to have a bottle of glue handy?”
Ron
December 9, 1944

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