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7 Responses to “Valentines day cartoon”
Love this, thanks.
Me too, very funny
robert marshall says:
Wonderful – though I don’t think it’s a Sandy Millar cartoon (see mouseover). Unless you know something we don’t.
Well spotted Robert. The perils of cutting and pasting the popup code from a previous entry.
Thanks for kindly comments everyone.
funny, but this one made me sad though. . . or did i simply not get it? :-\
Ian's Messy Desk says:
Valentine’s Day Cartoon
Judging from the anti-flowers sentiment expressed by the ladies, at coffee break today, this is an apt cartoon. [Click on the image for the full sized version] From Dave Walker at the Cartoon Blog Technorati Tags: Valentine’s Day, Humour, Cartoons…
Sorry, no kind comments. Despite strenuous and even ingenious efforts yesterday I could not see the Valentines Day cartoon. I can’t see it today either. It made for a very disappointing Valentines Day and I had no taste for participating in the usual festivities: flag-waving, parades, cupids on stilts, (stilt- walking is rather ubiquitous in the Hudson Valley), and happy children on floats tossing bonbons to bystanders. At least I assume that that was going on while I was indoors trying to find the cartoon. hummph.