Cartoons: Candid Conversations

These may be ladies who lunch, but there’s nothing but hard truth on the table.

Women having a candid coversation

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Women having a candid coversation
“Why don’t you go to him in a perfectly straightforward way and lie about the whole thing?”
Brad Anderson
October 31, 1959

 

Women having a candid coversation
“I’m thinking of getting a new husband. Mine’s beat!”
Stan Hunt
October 24, 1959

 

Women having a candid coversation
“He thinks of me every waking moment. Of course that isn’t a very large part of his day.”
Walter Goldstein
June 13, 1959

 

Women having a candid coversation
“He thinks girls are a dime a dozen. Wait till my lawyer quotes him my price!”
March 7, 1959

 

Women having a candid coversation
“I’ve decided while I’m waiting for the right man to come along I might was well get married.”
January 17, 1959

 

Women having a candid coversation
“He’s real down-to-earth. 130,000 acres of it.”
Brad Anderson
January 9, 1960

 

Women having a candid coversation
“After paying her a fortune in alimony, he remarried her for her money.”
Jeffrey Monahan
November 28, 1959

 

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  1. This luncheon ‘girl talk’ among these chatty catties should give men cause for pause. Here I’d have to say my favorites are numbers one (by Anderson), four (3/7/59), and 6 (by Anderson). Number 7 by Monahan may really take the cake though. Remarrying his ex because of all the alimony he’s paid out. This has to have happened in real life!

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