Cartoons: Working Stiffs

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Woman demands the refrigerator repairman to quit eating and start working
“How about getting on with the job?”
Brad Anderson
November 20, 1954

 

Construction workers notices that their newlywed coworker has fancy gifts in his lunchbox.
“Newlyweds.”
Irwin Caplan
November 19, 1955

 

Man walks into a soda shop wearing bathing trunks and a scuba mask
“How are things over at the car-wash, Ed?”
Dave Hirsch
October 8, 1955

 

A hat for cash donations is set on a conveyor belt so that assembly workers could put money in it.
Al Kaufman
September 3, 1955

 

Highway surveyors ask a homeowner to open his back door so they could measure how a freeway would run through it.
“Mind opening your back door?”
Joseph Zeis
August 20, 1955

 

Public workers pick up trash in a city park. One mentions a method he uses to make the job go by faster.
“I find it makes the job more interesting to imagine that they’re ten-dollar bills.”
Mischa Richter
December 15, 1951

 

Jack Markow
February 27, 1954

 

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Comments

  1. Number 1 is… priceless. A refrigerator repair man setting up a chair and brazenly eating right out of her fridge? Very nervy; good grief! Quite the setup the guys have in #6, covering all categories for their lunch.

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