Cartoons of Christmas Past—from as far back as the ’40s—show that getting ready for December 25 is never easy.
Holiday shopping can be stressful, so we hope these cartoons help you keep your sense of humor!
You’ll really fall for these cartoons that celebrate the first crisp days of autumn.
In the wise words of Ben Franklin, “Keep your eyes wide open before marriage, half shut afterwards.”
It’s back-to-school time, and we’ll all need a sense of humor to get through it!
You’ll love our amusing animals!
“Just between you and me, the comb-over isn’t working.”
“They don’t talk much, but they sure can chew!”
“Louise, maybe you’re overdoing the ‘forest’ scented air freshener.”
“I haven’t slept a wink since my husband developed restless leg syndrome.”
“I worry constantly about identity theft.”
“They’re so darn cute at that age.”
They say that laughter and fishing are both cheaper than therapy, so we decided to combine the two!
April 8, 1961
“You catch me, you throw me back.
You catch me, you throw me back.
Dude, get a life!”
“…Hmmm—quite a few fishermen.
Now raise your hand if you’re a golfer.”
“The doctor put you on a fishing diet?
Are you sure he didn’t say fish diet?”
“Darn, another boot!”
Remember being a kid and wondering if an adult was serious or just yanking your chain? These cartoonists know the answer!
“Behave yourself or I’ll tell your mother you have talent.”
“It was delicious.”
November 19, 1960
“A Frank Sinatra cassette and a little too much wine. That’s where babies come from!”
“While many disagree as to when life really begins, most feel it’s after work.”
“If we can’t find a man, we give him two small boys.”
April 15, 1961
“Zip up your jacket and put on your hat…your mother’s cold.”