Cartoons: Morning Mood

Mornings can be rough, but these cartoons – plus a little coffee – will help you put a smile on your face!

Wife gets her husband up.

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Father gets ready to leave for the office.
“Well, it’s time to drag myself down to the office.”
Bill Harrison
August 13, 1955

 

Wife tells her husband that it's time to get up.
“It’s 7:30, dear.”
Walter Goldstein
August 13, 1955

 

Husband and wife have breakfast
“Well, here we are, up again.”
Martha Blanchard
June 8, 1957

 

Dreaming man wakes up.
“Certainly I’m awake…inform the safari that we break camp in an hour.”
Al Johns
May 25, 1957

 

Wife gets her husband up.
“It’s Monday. Do you feel up to starting another week?”
Salo Roth
October 26, 1957

 

Wife speaks to her husband after he gets out of bed.
“Look on the bright side. In sixteen hours you’ll be back in bed.”
John Dempsey
September 28, 1957

 

Wife pours her husband a cup of coffee
“I have here a magic brew which will restore your power of speech.”
Bob Barnes
September 21, 1957

 

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Comments

  1. Number one at the top is a complete disaster, so of course it’s my favorite! Hopefully this husband can find peace and quiet at work. Four children going full blast. No thanks. I’ll take one ‘child’ with 4 legs. I love #6 a lot too about looking on the bright side. It’s true, but she’s not helping. How about that awesome mid-century electric percolating coffee maker, right on their kitchen table?!

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