Why You Should Have Children—Immediately!!!

Artist unknown. Art from "Love is for Living" in BRIDES IN LOVE #3, 1957.

Artist unknown. Art from “Love is for Living” in BRIDES IN LOVE #3, 1957.

Yes, your father deserves grandchildren. But giving birth and raising children is a huge commitment—often taking hours.

Do you really want to waste your time trying to get pregnant? (Sex? Again? Ugh!)

Instead, call Last Kiss Child (and Pet) Rental! You can have cute, adorable tykes in minutes!

Act now and we’ll throw in a free commemorative photo of you with your children. It’s a personal keepsake that you can treasure—long after you’ve returned your rental kids and gotten your deposit back!

Meanwhile, back in the present…
See the revamped version of this art and with new, funny dialogue in today’s Last Kiss Comic.

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  1. This dialogue is so puzzling. “What happens to him if we’re alone and I get sick?” Him who? The future son?

    On a different note I’ve heard childbirth described as, “Labor pains are like taking your lower lip and pulling it up to your nose. Childbirth? Pull that lip up to the top of your hairline.”

    • The back story on this is that Sally (the woman in the panel) and Sam are in love. Sam wants to get married, but Sally has an invalid father who depends on her. So, she keeps telling Sam to “wait.”

      Sam says there’s nothing to wait for. Things will never get better—unless, of course, Sally is waiting for her father to die.

      Sally is furious. When she complains about Sam to her dad, her dad tells her that Sam is right. She should marry Sam now. Besides, he wants grand kids.

      Shortly after this, Sally is injured and is confined to bed. Nice-guy Sam moves in and takes care of both Sally and her dad. By the time Sally is back on her feet, Sally has learned her lesson and agrees to marry Sam.



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