Beware The Ides of March – You May Have a Brush with Death
Caption: A brush with deathMental Health Humor: All rights reserved©Chato B. Stewart 2014.
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Death’s Week Part 5: Smile, it’s Dark Humor
*”Beware The Ides of March,” March 15th, you may have a brush with Death. I wonder what tooth paste death would use…maybe, Ultra Brite or Ultra Dead?
We are coming to the end of Death Week that started this past Sunday Silly:”What Makes YOU Happy”. You can see the other Death cartoons at the bottom of the blog post titled Mental Health Humor Cartoons. While the cartoons have been on more of the Dark Humor, I want to make it clear that it’s okay to laugh at what scares us. Even Death is smiling in this cartoon.
Oh that reminds kids to remember to brush them teeth!
For my readers who are sick to DEATH of my stereotypical cliché quips….Yes, no matter how clever or witty play on words may be, it all ends soon. I’m happy to tell you there is light at the end of the tunnel and tomorrow will be Death’s last day. Well, for a while any way. We will let him rest in peace.
Death: [holding his scythe and a toothbrush] Caption: Death Note
Chato’s Cartoon Notes:I had the idea for this cartoon for about 5 years… I had the punch line “brush with death” just never drew it out until December 2011. I drew it, but did not like how it looked. I had no face, the cloak was just one soild color black and the scythe looked more like a hockey stick. So, I scanned it and put it in my “work file.” I am happy I got to use it today, though very different from the original, all except the tooth brush. lol
* From William Shakespeare’s play Julius Caesar, when Caesar is warned by the soothsayer.
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Stewart, C. (2014). Beware The Ides of March – You May Have a Brush with Death. Psych Central. Retrieved on May 30, 2017, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/humor/2013/03/beware-the-ides-of-march-you-my-have-a-brush-with-death/