cartoon of woman who wants to wire her beloved
Topic for Illustration Friday: Shades.
So, shades of gray here, shades of a relationship. Say, Whitney hasn’t been trusting Alex very much in the TV show, has she?
Sometimes I do cartoons to work out my own stuff, but I don’t think this one is my stuff. Or is it?
Do you trust him?
More cartoons like this in my Psychology Today blog. Today’s cartoon is about sensitive men. Is it un-masculine to cry? You tell me.
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Caption: I was thinking of getting you wired. That would take care of my trust issues.
Topic for Illustration Friday: Mysterious
Does fantasy, grossness and death count?
crows and the wizard of oz
And if you don’t recognize the scarecrow from the Wizard of Oz, and remember that all he wanted was a brain, then I feel sorry for you.
Originally published in Psychology Today, with lots more cartoons there.
My latest cartoon in PT is about going insane, and you’re the last to know.
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For Illustration Friday: swell.
I assume that means they want a swell cartoon, so here’s a cartoon about murder, or at least carelessness.
lady tells friend she is putting her own feelings before her husband's
Originally published in Psychology Today. You can see more cartoons like this there, including this one on reality tv, and this cartoon on how to find out what kind of lover he will be.
Caption: Well-heeled woman (thinking for the New Yorker) tells her friend that she threw her husband out the window, because her needs come first this time. “It’s about taking care of ME.”
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Topic for Illustration Friday: Remedy.
Caption: Women working out at gym. One says, But as it turns out, LA (Los Angeles) is the perfect place to have ADD!
So I guess the remedy if you have Attention Deficit Disorder is to move to Beverly Hills. Yes, it’s true, we’re kind of scatter-brained here. :)
Check out my new cartoon in Psychology Today on older woman, younger man!
They just changed the subject to Stay. I guess this means you should stay where you are, and not move to LA.