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Before I Got Married I Thought I Could Dress Myself

Turns out, I was wrong.

Cartoon by Lambert-King

Before I got married I believed I had the ability to dress myself. After I was married, my wife assured me that was not the case. I go to a lot of meetings that require me to wear a suit and a tie. Apparently, before I got married, I was incapable of matching my ensemble correctly. Admittedly, some of my clothing choices were…




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You probably don't know my name, but have likely seen my work. I'va written for numerous syndicated cartoon strips and my gags have appeared in national pubs.

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