Cartoons: Complaints Department

You have to be a saint to put up with these complaints!

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“See what I mean?”
Joseph Zeis
November 5, 1955

 

“Three months ago this was sold to me as a goldfish.”
Orlando Busino
November 3, 1956

 

“…And what seems to be the trouble with these face towels?”
Paul Peter Porges
October 6, 1956

 

“What sort of attitude on the part of the employees distresses you, baby?”
Chon Day
August 26, 1961

 

“I’ve never seen him smile.”
Joseph Zeis
May 4, 1958

 

Jerry Marcus
December 17, 1960

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  1. Some wonderful selections, for sure. Numbers 1 and 5 (by Zeis) are particularly shocking for different reasons. Love the 2nd one by Busino, and the fish’s facial expression. My favorite is number 6 at the bottom. That is one angry woman, speaking of priceless facial expressions!

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