Frank Tyger

Frank
Tyger
1929
2011

American Nationally Published Editorial Cartoonist, Columnist and Humorist for the Trenton Times

Author Quotes

You can't be envious and happy at the same time

Do patients in an acupuncturist's office wait on pins and needles?

Massage: A basic human knead

Sailing ships: Mast transit

Doing what you like is freedom, liking what you do is happiness.

Maturity: Acting your age instead of your urge

Supermarket entrance: Say hello to good buys

Doughnut shop: No slam-dunking

Modesty is the triumph of mind over flattery.

Swallow your pride occasionally, it's not fattening.

Enthusiasm: Get-up-and-glow

Most political speeches are unbelieveabull.

The art of advice is to make the recipient believe he thought the thought of it himself.

Faith in yourself will make despair disappear

Mountain climbing: scalesmanship

The best cure for an off day is a day off

A lively imagination is one of the best companions.

Fear fades when facts are faced.

Noah's ark: Barn voyage

The best diet advice is: No thyself

A look at their domes makes it obvious that as men grow older they become hard of hairing.

Happiness comes and goes and is short on staying power.

Oil spills are the grime of the century.

The biggest bore is the person who is bored by everyone and everything.

A sense of humor cushions the potholes on the road of life.

Author Picture
First Name
Frank
Last Name
Tyger
Birth Date
1929
Death Date
2011
Bio

American Nationally Published Editorial Cartoonist, Columnist and Humorist for the Trenton Times