Here’s the link to the original vintage art and text.
Copy and paste or highlight the link and right click to go to the page. Thanks!
John, I read some of that original comic. Your scenario is more plausible.
Knowing you’ll have my backside will make it worth it.
Use the link. This is one of the few times the original comic is way, way more WTF than John’s stuff. [Sorry, John]
She won’t break my heart, just my wallet. It’s a strictly professional relationship.
The art is always so great and colorful! ☺️
Apart from the cigarette, (and the newspaper) that setting could be today.
NEWSPAPER HEADLINE: TWO NAZI SPIES DISGUISED AS SAILORS LOOSE!
FRITZ: Do not vorget our orders, Hans!
HANS: But ein dance is only ten cents Fritz und I haff two American dimes!
BARTENDER: You boys ain’t from around here, are you.
FRITZ: Nein. Ve are from the south.
If you don’t want your heart broken. do as the man in the hat is doing in the background. He’ll be paying for his date.
“Yeah, but what a way to go!”
So there are no arguments against?
Some things are WORTH a broken heart.
She’s “a real tough cookie with a long history.”
It’s true. All sailors have ‘girlfriends’ on board during long sea voyages.
I suppose that being bi has its advantages; it doubles your chances of a date on Saturday night.
“I don’t care if she breaks my heart, as long as she breaks my celibacy streak”.
6th of June 1944. The Longest Day. “John has a long mustache.” “The chair is against the wall.” 79 years later. Saving Private Ryan. “Tell me I’m a good man.”
June 21, 2014