Cartoons: That’s Snow Funny

Our winter cartoons won’t leave you cold!

Two men wait for a bus during a snow storm.

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Two men in a snow plow discussing strategies.
“Maybe if we turn the plow on sort of an angle…?”
Gallagher
December 15, 1951

 

Woman teases her husband as she hands him a show shovel as he climbs out of bed.
“Guess what began in the gloaming, and busily all the night, has been heaping field and highway with silence deep and white…”
Larry Harris
December 4, 1954

 

Woman tells her husband, who is buried in the snow, that she'll tell his office he's going to be running late for work.
“I’ll phone the office and tell them you’ll be late.”
Booth
November 29, 1952

 

Two men wait for a bus during a snow storm.
“…wonder what’s keeping that bus?
Frank Ridgeway
November 20, 1954

 

Little boy waits at his snow fort for his father to come home for work.
“You have to stay down and work tonight? Oh, dear! Junior’s going to be so disappointed!”
Larry Harris
November 17, 1951

 

Man returns a frozen garden hose to his neighbor.
“I bet you thought I’d never get around to returning you garden hose, eh Whitlik?”
Walt Wetterberg
November 17, 1951

 

A man from south Florida explains why his truck as a snow plow attached to it.
“It was 20 below zero, see; there was two feet of snow on the ground with more falling. Something just sort of came over me.”
Jeff Keate
February 10, 1951

 

Wife greets her husband as he comes into the house; outside, a kettle of hot water is frozen to his car's engine.
“Very cold out there?”
Chas. Cartwright
February 10, 1951

 

Man shoveling deep snow between two houses.
Dick MacDonald
February 6, 1954

 

Father attempts to pick up his son from a sled, but he is struggling because he is standing on the skis.
“It’s not that he’s so heavy, Daddy. You’re standing on his skis.”
Larry Harris
February 2, 1952

 

Mother asks her son to check on his frozen father.
“Jimmy, run out and see if your father’s all right. He hasn’t moved in the last ten minutes.”
Al Johns
January 19, 1952

 

Two golfers play a game during a snow storm
“Best time of the year for golf. The course isn’t crowded!”
Henry Boltinoff
December 15, 1951

 

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Comments

  1. During the 1947 blizzard I was NJ truck driver’s helper. The GW Bridge was closed & we spent the night in a crowded Bronx saloon. I was too young to drink so I watched the stranded crowd get more convivial by the hour.

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