December 07, 2018
June 19, 2018
I hope Jon isn’t saying in the ending panel “son of a b——-.” (I’m reminded of another Sunday “Garfield” where Garfield listens in to a recording on the answering machine from a girl who Jon met a pizza parlor. Although she said she was interested in seeing him again, Garfield angrily destroyed the tape because Jon had pizza without him.)
If they ever did a Sunday version of “Garfield Minus Garfield”, this could qualify!
Most people stroll down memory lane. Jon strolls down memory pain.
That expression Jon has for the 3 panels before the last is GREAT
This is just so sad.
I was expecting a whole lot of rejection messages from the women he tried to date in the past.
""Deew yeew have a massage fohr mee?"
Were there no spam calls those days or Jon didn’t get any?
Jon should have known not to do that.
This is just sad and pathetic
I did this once and discovered an old message from my now deceased dad. It was quite a surprise.
So this is how answering machines worked – with cassette tapes?
Those were the good old days, before telemarketing and robotic callers.
mine (digital) fills up with people telling me my PC is in trouble (I don’t do Windows), people wanting to buy my house (I’m not selling), and people speaking Mandarin (?)
Kinda forgot to plug it in Jon.
That’s what I thought would happen. It happens to me when I go through old storage boxes!
Jimmy Buffett song: If Your Phone Doesn’t Ring, It’s Me!
must have been his previous love interests – waiting for a “you think” to sink in
HAPPY CINCO DE MAYO!!!!
Happy National Cartoonists Day everyone!
I might have been funnier if Jon’s face changed slightly in those panels.
John has no life
XD nice Sunday comic
THIS CRACKED ME UP
that was just… sad.
So, does this mean he doesn’t have any friends???!!!
While cellphones have become mainstream to the point of where practically everyone is expected to have one, I know that plenty of homes and businesses (especially brick-and-mortar businesses) still use landline phones along with answering machines.
Actually, this is sad
This is unironically sad. Jon will never remember the memories he once had with the answering machine. And he will be possibly dead by the time he remembers.