Thursday, August 15, 2019

Forbidden Vegetable

Oh, Dolly and Jeffy, you kids certainly get into the funniest situations don't you? Maybe you can feed the broccoli to Barfy and, if questioned about it, blame it on the "Not Me" ghost.

Oh, wait, the panel is a rectangle and not a circle. And the kids' heads aren't hugely disproportionate to their bodies. I'm sorry, I mistook today's gag for someone else's.

Monday, August 12, 2019

Campain Slogan

Up until 2016, I thought campaign slogans lost their usefulness at about grade school. Now I worry that my nation is no better than those kids who vote for the candidate who promises to replace the water with chocolate milk in the drinking fountains.

Thursday, August 8, 2019

Nursery Old Timer

I have no doubt that my children are going to tell my wide-eyed grandchildren about the hardships associated with the three-hour block. Just like I like to tell them about attending primary in the middle of the week.

Monday, August 5, 2019

Language Problems

Eventually, every foreign speaking missionary reaches this point.

Thursday, August 1, 2019

Ancient Missionary Story One-Upmanship

Hey, today's comic corresponds to this week's Come, Follow Me lesson. Feel free to share it in Sunday School. (You might also want to subscribe to the Ward Cartoonist Activity Page Newsletter where we're featuring a weekly activity page for each Come, Follow Me lesson.)

I was in the presents of a couple of recently returned missionaries last week and it was interesting to hear them share stories about their mission. They reminded me of myself before I developed a sense of humility* and stopped viewing every other missionary story I ever heard as a challenge to my own set of missionary stories. It made me wonder if that kind of practice was prevalent in the primitive church.

*Who am I kidding, it wasn't a sense of humility that stopped my stories, it was my own poor memory.

Monday, July 29, 2019


Speaking of spoilers, when is it safe to talk about the end of Endgame?

Thursday, July 25, 2019

Faith in Every Footstep

This one is either a day late or 365 days early.*

*Remember that 2020 is a leap year.