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Cartoon Jokes Humor Anyone?


Cartoon jokes and humor always bring me to a happy place. I could not resist doing my own take at how cartoons, (cartoon characters, cartoon comics and anything with the word "cartoon" in it) helped me define what I valued in life. That's right. Corny as it may sound I actually loved how they spoke to me of current events, of socio-political events, of human struggle, of things that are normally serious but presented in a more entertaining and amusing manner.

I will focus on the impact of printed cartoon jokes because they were my first taste of what cartoon is like. As a child, I often looked forward to reading the comic strips of the newspaper and would even fight over it with my brother. I got so amazed at how artists could summarize the impact of a world issue in one or three frames of black and white drawings.

The cartoon characters came in different forms and I loved them all because each one seemed to speak the way I did and would even think the way I did. I was fascinated. I observed that each character had some conflict they always had to face and resolve if they could. I laughed at how they dealt with things and would sometimes blurt out the words in the manner I thought went well with their faces. To say I was consumed when reading them would be an understatement.

I found some cartoon jokes online and decided to put them up here as samples of the kind of “relevant jokes” that appealed to me. I believe they are able to represent the type that teaches me values, help me check on myself and make me think as I laugh. I put in appropriate titles to enhance my point.


These jokes use animals to portray issues we humans are confronted with in normal days. The usage of animals I guess lessen the incident of feeling it's a personal attack. Grin.

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These are the ones I love to gorge on. They tickle me fancy plus I get to reflect on matters while laughing my head off.

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I thought it best to use the last two cartoon jokes dedicated to the Hubpages family.

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I had fun making this hub. It gave me the chance to reconnect with my Hub family. I've missed everyone and I'm glad do a bit of hob mobbing again. It may be a short hub but the important thing is I get the chance to share a laughter or two with the readers and that is more important.

Keep enjoying life. Keep cartoons alive.

Daisy Ba-ad



dayzeebee (author) from Cebu, Philippines on December 18, 2011:

Sara glad you had a good laugh!

sara on December 18, 2011:

Cool roflmao

dayzeebee (author) from Cebu, Philippines on July 04, 2011:

Thanks too for the visit WillSteinmetz. Blessings:)

WillSteinmetz on June 24, 2011:

This great post, thanks for sharing.

dayzeebee (author) from Cebu, Philippines on November 17, 2010:

Hi Indian Jokes, thanks for the visit and the positive comment. Blessings:)

Indian jokes on November 11, 2010:

Wow amazing. I loved all the pictures..

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dayzeebee (author) from Cebu, Philippines on January 15, 2010:

Hi Steve, thanks for the link:)

Hello Frogyfish I'm glad this hub brought out some happy cells in you.LOL. Thanks for the bookmark. Blessings:)

frogyfish from Central United States of America on January 13, 2010:

Oh, wonderful! I needed those several laughs, and loved the lots of giggles. Thank you for sharing!! Bookmarking your page to share!

dayzeebee (author) from Cebu, Philippines on December 05, 2009:

Hello Compu-smart, sorry for the delayed reply, Thanks for the bookmark. Blessings:)

Tony Sky from London UK on November 26, 2009:

This is a fabulous hub dayzeebee!! I have bookmarked for another read later;)

dayzeebee (author) from Cebu, Philippines on October 05, 2009:

Hi Camras, Wow it is an honor to meet another cartoonist in this community. Yes, i will surely go visit your hub today. Blessings:)

cramras from Portland, Oregon on October 01, 2009:

Very funny. I love seeing how different cartoonists draw and think. At the risk of shameless self-promotion, I've got a hub regarding a cartoon stip that is in the process of being made. If interested, click on my username. The Hub is "Pencil, Paper and Josh."

dayzeebee (author) from Cebu, Philippines on September 12, 2009:

Yes I continue still to claim the millions for the accomplishment dreams and visions that empower more and more people in this world using loving abundance as its driving force. Weeeeeee.. Hugs:)

Dottie1 from MA, USA on September 11, 2009:

Cartoons and jokes are so much fun but this is no joke, you are soon to be a millionaire, countdown to mega mass millions, 2 hours and 35 minutes.... yipeeeeee :):)

dayzeebee (author) from Cebu, Philippines on September 02, 2009:

Hi Regality, I'm glad you had fun. Keep smiling:)

regality from Iloilo City, Philippines on August 23, 2009:

this one is so fun! thanks!

dayzeebee (author) from Cebu, Philippines on July 05, 2009:

Hi Jennifer, nice to see you again. I'm glad you had a good laugh with this hub. To more laughter in our lives, cheers!:)

Jennifer Bhala from Upstate New York on July 04, 2009:

I love a good laugh and you have provided many good laughs for me here. Thanks.

dayzeebee (author) from Cebu, Philippines on June 26, 2009:

Hi Prasetio30, I'm happy you enjoyed the cartoons. May you continue to bring joy to those under your care. Nothing beats teaching kids. Be seeing you around.:)

prasetio30 from malang-indonesia on June 26, 2009:

Thanks for share. Those are very funny. I like it. It make me laughing. great hub.

dayzeebee (author) from Cebu, Philippines on June 24, 2009:

Hi Rochelle Frank, oh you are a funny dear one. You never fail to make me laugh. I am honored to know the choices here have passed your standards. Glad to be back in action too. Be blessed always:)

Rochelle Frank from California Gold Country on June 24, 2009:

Very good choices here. Glad to see you back. (If i need a password to get into heaven, I'm in big trouble-- can hardly remember the ones I already have.)

dayzeebee (author) from Cebu, Philippines on June 24, 2009:

Hi Jodi, I'm glad to know this hub gave you a good start. Thank you for coming. Will be visiting you today:) God bless.

Jodi Hoeksel on June 24, 2009:

This is great! THANK YOU for giving me a laugh to start my day! : )

dayzeebee (author) from Cebu, Philippines on June 22, 2009:

Oh Dottie, it is such a joy to hear from you. I have missed you dearly too. Thank you for always giving me support. Will update you through email. Keep enjoying life and love. Hugs:)

Hi Hot Dorkage, wow, thank you for the link. Will look into it and maybe do something to add to this hub. LOL. I'm excited. Thanks again and see you around:)

dayzeebee (author) from Cebu, Philippines on June 22, 2009:

Hi Countrywoman, boy, I'm really happy to reconnect with all of you again. It's been awhile and it makes me feel warm to know this hub sent joy along the way. Thank you for the thumbs up. Oh and hey, I'm still waiting for those photos.LOL:)

AD123, thanks for dropping by and appreciating the cartoons. See you around:)

dayzeebee (author) from Cebu, Philippines on June 22, 2009:

Hello dear VioletSun, oh I have missed you so...hahaha so the gender sensitivity bit gave you a good chuckle. That is good to hear. I could hear you and Phil doing some child-like giggle on that take. Hugs to you and your loved ones:)

Triplet Mom, oh I would have loved to hear you laugh with your triplets! That would be a blast and that would definitely make my day. Blessings to all of you:)

Jazzuboo, yes a classic indeed. I let out hearty laughter with that one too. Well, if they rule and others rock - you jazz...grin:)

dayzeebee (author) from Cebu, Philippines on June 22, 2009:

Yes RVDniels, will take your advice.LOL. I always make sure to nurture my child side. It's that side that makes me young.

Hi Princessa, I agree, laughter keeps the glow in our being. I'm glad to be home with the Hub family.:)

Nancy's Niche, I'm glad to be part of your day. Ah how a dose of laughter can indeed make bridges. Great to meet you here:)

hot dorkage from Oregon, USA on June 22, 2009:

hehe and you can make your own at mine are at

Dottie1 from MA, USA on June 22, 2009:

Good one dayzeebee.  Thanks for the laughter and glad this hub gave you a chance to reconnect.  We truly missed you too.  Welcome back Daisy! :)

AD123 on June 22, 2009:

nice pictures

countrywomen from Washington, USA on June 21, 2009:

WOW!! This was a fantastic read. I love all the cartoons.  Thumbs up.

jazzuboo from Queensland, Australia on June 21, 2009:

These are great. My favourite is the you rock, you rule one. Classic!

Triplet Mom from West Coast on June 21, 2009:

Now that I have stopped laughing... this hub made my day!

VioletSun from Oregon/ Name: Marie on June 21, 2009:

Daisy: I was chuckling as I read the cartoons. The woman on the wishing well turning into a man as she was granted her wish was cute. I have to share this  hub with friends and Phil.  

Good to see you!



Nancy's Niche on June 21, 2009:

Thanks for the laughter today---these are great!

Wendy Iturrizaga from France on June 21, 2009:

This is really good, nothing better than a good laugh :)

“Laugh as much as you breathe and love as long as you live.”

RVDaniels from Athens, GA on June 21, 2009:

I love cartoons! Never grow up, it's boring over there.

dayzeebee (author) from Cebu, Philippines on June 21, 2009:

Hahahaha yes "k..k..k..."makes me really laugh. I've never heard anyone else do that to express amusement and fun. Thanks again:)

Michelle Simtoco from Cebu, Philippines on June 21, 2009:

hahaha you hear me laugh often enough..or should I say giggle...or was it "k..k..k..." I know you know what I mean. LOL

dayzeebee (author) from Cebu, Philippines on June 21, 2009:

Hi Ripplemaker, Thank you for laughing with me. I enjoy life hearing your laughter. It's good for the soul. God bless:)

Michelle Simtoco from Cebu, Philippines on June 21, 2009:

Hahahahhaa good one dayzeebee!  LOL  you made me laugh and giggle... plenty of wonderful cartoon jokes here. Will bookmark this one. :-)

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