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on December 12 at
From my April 1971 issue of Playboy…
Is this supposed to be a reference to the Six-day war?
david and goliath...
Nothing like a good Jew joke right around Christmas.
If these comics are representative of the humor and writing in Playboy at that time - people really WERE buying it for the photos of naked chicks.
well, the joke is poking fun of those anti-semites who find silly reasons to dislike the jews as much as it is poking fun of jewish people.
Fuck, that is just low.
"Centooweean, Hwhy do they titter so?"
I think the salient question here is, "why the fuck is Dan reading old issues of Playboy?"
Man, you sure are spending a lot of time with that Playboy mag.
On behalf of those that like to fuck women, how about posting some of the babes from 1971?
Ah, come on, that one isn't so offensive. Certainly not as bad as the last one.
But I seem to recall, from peeking at my dad's stash way back when, that there was a "Playboy Advisor" sex advice column. Might there be any gems in that?
When I was 8 I saw a bunch of Playboys my friend Jamie had from his dad. Although the photos did plenty to stoke my pre-pubescent desires, what really got me hot were the Annie Fanny strips. In the same way that a Fellini film is so more enticing than reality, those painted cartoons were far more erotic than the photos of the real women in the magazine [plus, unlike the pictorials, they actually depicted sexual situations]. Most of the strips were done by Harvey Kurtzman and Will Elder, but quite a few other artists worked on them, including Jack Davis, Al Jaffee, Frank Frazetta and Robert Crumb. So, yes, they were funny, satirical and beautifully executed and Annie Fanny herself was a pneumatic jerkoff fantasy worthy of Russ Meyer.
I thought both sides in that war were Semites.
#13: I think the advisor is there, but man, that column always bewildered me. The first question would be along the lines of how to get a girl to agree to a threeway, the next question is about stereo speakers.
goliath was a philistine.
The artist behind this comic is a philistine when it comes to humor.
Awesome! Yesterday the rape joke. Now the jew joke. That Playboy is just too funny!!
Just glad I'm not the only one wondering why Dan has this Playboy.
Aren't Philistines semites?
@21 that would probably depend on their dead-language's structure. but the term anti-semitic almost never refers to any of the non-jewish semitic groups
I love jew jokes, but this is no jew joke. infrequent got it right (comment 7).
Also, lmao @ 16...
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