See how frugality lends comic situation when extended to the dating game in this cartoon.You feel sorry for the lady but admires the moneysmarts of her date.Indeed, the frugal ones are still very much in with today’s spend many money now-type of marketing leads.
Given these biological incentives, it’s not surprising that more men try to be funny, and more of the funniest of them end up in comedy than women.
Paul M and wife (both early 50's) plan a move to FL from the mid-west. BUT, they'd leave behind a 4 year-old grandson.
Some with effective results, others with forgettable failures.
The term itself invites curiosity, awe and sometimes disbelief.
“While I’ve never punched myself in the face to get out of a date like one of my characters has, I’ve definitely Though Houts herself is no longer single ― “The cruel gods of Tinder finally decided that I had suffered enough and smiled upon me,” she joked ― she’s still drawing about love, relationships and dating.
So much has been said and done in the name of frugality.
What do we really think about when confronted by frugality, either as a lifestyle, a choice yet to be made, or a sacrifice dictated by circumstances?
We scoured the online world to get to the bottom of how people really feel about frugal living, and we found out that nobody says it as witty, as honest and as direct as a cartoon. First, let us simply compare how the word “frugal” is defined using our trusted Merriam- Webster Learner’s Dictionary and a cartoon definition. The men’s legs have become so thin due to frugal living their pants came down because the belt, meant to be “tightened” even more, just don’t have anything to hang on to. But definitely without that scary feeling when you read between the lines of what our old friend the dictionary says.
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Our regular contributors include Roz Chast, Barbara Smaller, Kim Warp, Liza Donnelly, Victoria Roberts, Carolita Johnson, and Emily Flake, a newcomer who has a great cartoon in this issue: But the list of men is admittedly much longer.