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Sunday Funnies - Easter Edition


Me-Me King said…
LOL! You are amazing, these Eater themed cartoons are hilarious.

Happy Easter to you and yours. :-)
nonamedufus said…
Me-Me: You're up early this morning. We're headed for another +80 day today. I love the "bunnies of colour" cartoon. It really made me laugh. You have to be so pc these days! Happy Easter Margo.
CatLadyLarew said…
Great funnies! Just the way to start an Easter morning!
Don said…
Poor Easter bunny. Where did he come from anyway? I was always to busy digging through the plastic green "grass" in my basket looking for anything not marshmallow to worry about his origins.
nonamedufus said…
CL: Glad you got a kick out of them. Happy Easter.
nonamedufus said…
Don: As long as it was chocolate I didn't care.
Mr. Dufus, on behalf of the Catholic Church, I would like to lodge a formal complaint...;)

Not really. Loved all of them, even the one mocking the Pope. As always, great choices.
nonamedufus said…
UP: The abuse that's come to light in the Catholic church has kind of adversely affected the celebration of Easter this year, don't you think?
Leeuna said…
Hilarious cartoons Dufus. I love the last one especially. Thanks for the Easter chuckle.
nonamedufus said…
Leeuna: That was my favourite too. Happy Easter!
RA said…
Hilarious! Every one of them! Where on earth did you find these... or was it on earth? :D
nonamedufus said…
RA: I've bookmarked a bunch of American and Canadian editorial cartoonists. At the end of the week I just review them and pick the ones I like. Glad you enjoyed them.

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