Parking Cartoons

by Theresa (T-) McCracken

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Parking Cartoon 8287: A Roman looking at chariots and horses stacked one each other says, “Parking is always such a problem in this city."

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Parking Cartoon 8735: A parking attendant at says to a pastor, "Sorry, pastor, your soul's grace period is eternity, your car's is six minutes."

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Fire Cartoon 4068

Fire Cartoon 4068: A police officer writing for a fire truck parked next to a hydrant while fighting a fire says, "Sorry, guys, but I'm behind on my parking ticket quota." 

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Motorcycle Cartoon 8942

Motorcycle Cartoon 8942: A police officer writes a ticket for four motorcycles balanced on top of a fire hydrant in front of a sign, "Don't Park In Fire Lane."

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Parking Cartoon 8265
Parking Cartoon 8265: "Life in cities before towing ordinances were enacted." Model Ts and other old cars are heaped on one another in front of a parking meter.

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Parking Cartoon 8262
Parking Cartoon 8262: "Parking for Compact Cars." A tiny car is squeezed in parking space between two huge vehicles.

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Frequent Flyer Cartoon 5516: A man shouting at another being led out of an office by a police officer, "May I have your frequent flier points and corporate parking space, sir?" 

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Safety Cartoon 6989: "Mary felt safer going to her car late at night now that she carried a spray can of lace." A mugger is trapped in a web of lace a woman has sprayed on him. 

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Parking Cartoon 8973

Parking Cartoon 8973: In a parking lot bunch of wires, cords, and electronics coming out of a wall and lie in a huge pile. "The new electronic system is efficient, but the garage had to sacrifice parking spaces for it."

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Auto Cartoon 4357: A mechanic looking at a clunker of a car says to the owner, " ... or you could park it near the Dynamite Shack at Klutz Construction."

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