Thursday, April 17

GAS....If you don't laugh, you might cry!


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17 comments:

Nancy said...

Judy, I really love all the cartoons. They are very timely and funny!

I especially enjoyed the one showing the snobby auctioneer at Sotheby's presenting the next item: A Can of Premium Unleaded.

They were all funny.....

Beverly said...

I needed a good laugh...thanks...

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

Oh How True, How True!
They are funny, but they are also very telling...Where is this all going to end???

utenzi said...

You've got a new header on your blog, Judy. Interesting...

Nancy said...

Judy,

Strange I didn't notice before. You've changed your heading.

I like it very much. When did you do that?

Am I really late noticing?

kenju said...

Nancy, I did it yesterday, I think. YOu're not behind the times....LOL. I plan to change the photo fairly often, I think.

Anna said...

Hey Judy! Thinking of you! Hope you have a good weekend!

JeanMac said...

Perfect and very funny - we are at $126.9 per litre now

Seamus said...

I can't see 'em thru the tears!

Mar said...

I love your new header and enjoyed the cartoons!! particularly the engagement one, lol

bobbie said...

Great cartoons! yes, you have to laugh or you'll cry.

Like your new photo header too.

tiff said...

Even though I'm fortunate enough to make a good salary, I'm thinking of asking my boss if I can work at home one day a week because the commute is costing me a ton of money every week.
If there was a bus I could take, I'd seriously think about it.

I like the 'senility' cartoon...I'm 45 and can remember days almost like that.

Shephard said...

Fun new header, Judy! The promise of Spring!

These comics were great. I've decided to laugh.
~S

Joy Des Jardins said...

Funny cartoons Judy. Boy are you right....gas prices have got us laughing...but mostly crying. It helps to see these kinds of cartoons....to keep it in perspective and preserve our sanity.

Hey, I'm not crazy am I? This is a brand new banner on your blog, isn't it? I really like it Judy.

Ginnie said...

Judy, I keep giving things up in order to be able to afford the gas prices. I'm about at the end of having anywhere else to cut back...
and then the price of food has skyrocketed. Makes you wonder...

whimsical brainpan said...

LOL! I really like the first one. :-)

Jamie Dawn said...

I paid $3.35 a gallon on my way to Little Rock on Friday evening. That's the highest I've paid so far.
My parents are paying in the $3.70s in CA.
OUCH!!!!!!
Thanks for sharing the cartoons.