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

Advertising agency: Our job is to swerve our fellow man

In an allergist's office: Sneezin's Greetings

Pessimist: Nope addict

The ladder of success doesn't care who climbs it.

Apathy: Vigor mortis

In every triumph there's a lot of try.

Professionalism is knowing how to do it, when to do it, and doing it.

The trouble with advice is that you can't tell if it's good or bad until you've taken it.

Are winter temperatures measured with a brrrometer?

In times of emergency, always say nothing doing to doing nothing.

Progress depends upon the belief that things can always be better.

The ultimate test of whether you possess a sense of humor is your reaction when someone tells you you don't.

At entrance to Yellowstone Park: It's not nice to foul Mother Nature

Janitorial service: Grand Ole Mopry

Progress results from persistence with purpose

There is no greater loan than a sympathetic ear.

Bachelor: A laddy in waiting

Junk is the stuff we throw away. Stuff is the junk we keep.

Remember, a closed mouth gathers no foot.

When it comes to winning, you need the skill and the will.

Be optimistic: It's the best droop therapy.

Keeping your fears to yourself is a form of courage

Rent is dollars for quarters.

Wise men argue causes, and fools decide them.

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