There’s no original art and dialogue to show this time. This is adapted from Clarence H. White’s 1905 photo The Orchid. And, yes, this is almost certainly the oldest piece of public domain art I’ve ever used.
“Oh look, there are also apples on the ground here, right where that horse passed by.”
That must have been some orgasm.
How possibly could the IUD have reached the top boughs of the tree!!??
The pope wouldn’t be very happy knowing this…
how’d she lose it?
I like that they are looking in the trees. Respects to the device’s owner.
The best persimmons are the ones you find on the ground.
(Woman in middle) “Curse you Red Baron, next time bring a condom!”
That will teach her to wear bloomers.
This is more in the “that is priceless” comic vein.
WOW!! What a woman!!! It shot all the way into a tree!!! Yowzah!!
“I shot an IUD into the air . . .”
Jane Austen pauses, frowns, then scratches it out, thinking: “Not enough pizazz.”
At least it wasn’t her IED.
This reminds me of an article from Mad magazine — which puts you in very good company, John! The title was something like, “If Great Artists Drew the Comics.” The example I recall featured Millet’s 1857 painting, The Gleaners, which “depicts three peasant women gleaning a field of stray stalks of wheat after the harvest.” (credit: Wikipedia) Mad’s lead-up panels to the painting have the woman announcing that they’re waiting for their sky-diving boyfriends. In the final image, speech balloons from the women bent over in the field tell us that they’re picking up the remnants of their respective guys — and arguing over whether a piece they’ve found belongs to one guy or another.
Sadly, they’re all going to be banned soon here in the Christian Dominionist America. Colorado showed that when you offer IUDs to teens at no cost, teen pregnancies dropped in the state by a ton. It was the first thing the Republicans ended when they took control a few years ago.
Wait a sec. I couldn’t have lost my contact lens. They haven’t been invented yet.
imagine how difficult that must be to put in if it’s got so much spring that it ends up in a tree branch…
Instead of looking for it, they went to the IUD tree and plucked a new one for her.
They grow on trees don’t they? Or is that only money?
The art predates the first IUD by 4 or 5 years
That means unbridle sex!
June 21, 2014