Another dreary Saturday morning in November brings you another cheerful edition of Saturday morning cartoons – this time in bigger and more legible font! Enjoy!
“I love just hanging out in my favorite chair.”
By Edward Koren from The New Yorker
“Greg tries to be philosophical about things.”
By Leo Cullum from The New Yorker
“Nowadays my safaris are green.”
By Mike Twohy from The New Yorker
“No, we’re not eliminating your position, Fischer. We’re eliminating your salary.”
By Christopher Weyant from The New Yorker
“Black is the new black.”
By Pat Byrnes from The New Yorker
“Got anything else?”
“Does not look hypoallergenic.”
By Tom Toles from The Washington Post
“Hopefully this will get you up to speed!!”
By Kevin Kallaugher from The Economist
“And the latest on Sarah Palin’s clothes…”
By Signe Wilkinson from The Washington Post
@Alumnus Since this site is devoted to all things Columbia, you might have noted Edward Koren’s CC credentials. He is class of 1957.
@false “Nowadays my safaris are green” is funny. As is the last one. Thank you, Bwog.
@thanks bwog I like this
@none are funny
@the last one is good.
@none of these are funny, bwog
@Anonymous Duh. They’re political cartoons, retard.
@Alum “None” is singular. None of these cartoons *is* funny.
@none can be used with singular or plural verbs. Saying “none of these cartoons is funny” is correct, but so is saying “Bwog posted cartoons, and none are funny.”