Whether you prefer to sail, canoe, or motor across the water, you know you can always count on the unexpected!
Poor mothers-in-law have been the butt of humorists’ jokes for decades. These cartoons from the 1950s prove it!
All of these cartoons were created in the 1940 and ’50s, but with the coronavirus pandemic, they suddenly mean something a little different.
This summer is going to be one of the lamer ones on record, with 6,000 new rules governing that slice of American life called “leaving the house.”
These cartoons are doggone funny!
Humor by Philip GulleyMore by Philip Gulley
Philip Gulley shares his somewhat dubious plan to ride a 1974 Triumph Bonneville 2,000 miles along the Mississippi River.
The lifting of winter’s icy veil is marked by a series of particular and reliable indicators unique to Philip Gulley’s town.
Philip Gulley admits he hasn’t yet discerned whether he owns the stove or it owns him.
People gripe about all the troubles in our country, but no one points out that it’s nearly impossible to open the things we buy.
Fun & GamesMore Fun & Games
Summer’s a fine time for some word games.
Read the best entries from our January/February 2020 limerick contest, based on a classic cover from Norman Rockwell.
Test your word knowledge.
Read the fun limericks from our latest contest winner and runners-up and enter next month’s limerick challenge!