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Monthly Cartoon: The Gay Ghost

Gay Ghost

I drew this cartoon for Halloween ages ago!

Then forgot about it until today. . . the day after Halloween. . . so I could either wait for another 360 days or post it a day late (hope you agree I made the right decision).

Check out my next cartoon eBook fresh from the press – ‘49 Excuses for Skipping Gym Class‘.

Monthly Cartoon: The Holy Spirit

Whiskey

In the past year I’ve been luck enough to visit three whiskey distillaries in three different countries: Glenkinchie Distillary (Edinburgh, Scotland), Jameson’s Old Distillary (Dublin, Ireland), and Pendryn Distillary (Pendryn, South Wales).

The word ‘whiskey’ comes from the old Gaelic term ‘uisge beatha’, which literally translates as “the water of life”. Naturally after learning this important piece of trivia the spirits cabinat in my dining room has quickly become more of a whiskey cabinat, complete with several tumblers and tulip glasses.

Clearly whiskey is the one spirit that rules them all, so I figured it deserved a cartoon… and this is it – ‘The Holy Spirit’.

Got some exciting news to share soon about my next fiction book and will also being sharing new drawings for my next 49 eBook aswell, so keep a look out and enjoy the cartoon.

Monthly Cartoon: Reasons for Voting

4 Reasons for Voting

Morning all…

Slight change of plan as today is a Thursday, and so far I’ve been religiously posting cartoons every Monday and Friday. The reason for the break in tradition is fairly obvious of course – today is the European Parliament Voting Day. So here’s my effort to get you guys in the voting mood.

Monthly Cartoon: Primary Teacher Wife

6 Things Every Husband Must Do for their Primary School Teacher WifeGood morning… and happy Friday!

Being a husband to (a wonderful) Primary School Teacher this particular idea has been bubbling in my brain for months. I felt obligated to share my knowledge and handy tips with my fellow husbands/partners/housemates who live with a Primary School Teacher. Its good to finally share it with you.

Have a cracking weekend and I’ll see you on the other side.

Monthly Cartoon: Talking to Your Boss

6 Sentences You Should Never Say to Your Boss

Morning…

I’m extremely glad Friday has arrived, partly because it means the weekend is around the corner, but mostly because I get to share another cartoon with you. I overheard one of these in the office I work in (number 5) while the boss was away and it made me chuckle… that’s something you definitely don’t want to suggest! So I thought of another 5 that made me laugh, put pencil to paper, and here they are – 6 Sentences You Should Never Say To Your Boss.

I’m really enjoying Cartoons on Toast. If you are too please like the Facebook page, follow the Twitter page, and share them with your friends. Thanks folks and see you again soon.

Monthly Cartoon: Friday Procrastination Tactics

10 Procrastination Tacics

10 Procrastination Tacics cont

Good morning to you… and thanks for dropping by.

Friday has traditionally been the day that the Office Workers of the world find new ways to avoid work, thus beckoning the weekend closer. If you’re beginning to run out of ideas then I’ve come up with 10 that should tide you over until 5:30pm. (Just remember to incriminate a different cartoonist if you get caught and we’ll remand best friends!)

Seeing you again on Monday morning for another excuse for not tidying your room, taken from my favourite eBook.

Monthly Cartoon: The Train Commute to Work

5 Tip for the Morning Train Commute

Morning all… happy Friday!

This drawing is for those of you who are getting ready to hop on a train to get to work this morning. My commute to work on my push bike is a little more breezy than it is for you train commuters. So if you find yourself in any of these situation, just remind yourself that at least trains don’t get punctures!

See you again on Monday morning.

Monthly Cartoon: The Easter Sunday Roast

Hello world… happy Easter!

I’ve decided to share my drawings with you. This one (as the title states) is for anyone brave enough to cook a roast dinner this Easter Sunday. Good luck, and well done in advance.

I’ll be posting a drawing every Friday and Monday morning on Twitter and Facebook. Sharing would be most appreciated.