We are getting married! And [Funny Times] has been a part of our story. I’ve been a delighted subscriber since I can remember and have gifted many friends.
On our very first date, [he] mentioned a great cartoon in the Funny Times, and I thought, ‘WOW! Could he be the one?’ Now we read the FT to each other over coffee and laugh and laugh together.
I am currently serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ukraine, so it takes a while for me to get my issues … I am always so excited to get them. Sometimes I try to save them and read slowly over time … You cannot begin to imagine what a treat it is to get Funny Times while I am living this funny life. Then I pass them along to my friends here to share the laughs (sometimes they get issues with holes in them where I’ve cut out favorite cartoons for my refrigerator … )
Hurrah for Funny Times! — during these less than funny times … I love your paper. Thank you! You’ve made a rough year cheerier!
I’m lost without my Funny Times …
Whenever I call Funny Times … you’re always very hospitable and make me feel like I’m the only person in the world.
I am a probation officer. I leave my copies of Funny Times in the waiting room at work where they are … wait for it … STOLEN!
My subscription ended and I never heard from you again. I would like to reconcile. I miss the way you made me laugh. I enjoyed waiting for you to show up at my door and I liked our chemistry in the bedroom.
Thanks for such a fine and long laugh! Keep it coming!
Love your mag! You guys do such a very important job — keeping us on theSunny Side and Funny Side in this time of joblessness and hard times. You’ve got a terrific group of folks who cartoon for you all, and you do such a great job of putting it all together!
The Funny Times staff makes me smile almost as much as the publication.