Cartoons: Wedding Bell Blues

Is it wedded bliss or a marriage miss?

Angry bride finds her drunk groom at a bar.

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Woman chats with man as she waits for her honeymoon car to drive away.
“Not much, Chuck. What’s new with you?”
John Gallagher
September 7, 1957

 

Groom asks priest to restate the vows.
“Would you repeat those terms again?
Peter Wyma
July 23, 1955

 

Angry bride finds her drunk groom at a bar.
“Is it June already?”
Porgos
June 8, 1957

 

Bride forgets her groom's name.
“Oh, I was just wondering what our first fight will be about, Fred…er, George.”
Chon Day
May 15, 1954

 

Bride calls her absent groom from the church.
“You know perfectly well which Edith!”
Orlando Busino
May 5, 1956

 

Two women comment on the groom as he and the bride walk down the aisle.
“Her ‘something borrowed’ is my boy friend.”
Edwin Lepper
April 6, 1957

 

Groom talks to guests during the wedding reception.
“Frankly I hadn’t intended to go this steady.”
Walter Goldstein
November 26, 1955

 

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  1. I love them all, but my favorites are the top three, in that order. If you didn’t put them in order of degradation intentionally, you might as well have. “Not much, Chuck. What’s new with you?”

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