Editorial Cartoon: The Case for More Sex

Editorial Cartoon: More Sex Please

This editorial cartoon was inspired by recent articles that infrequent sex or exercise can lead to an increased risk of heart attacks.  If you aren’t getting enough and decide to engage in those activities, it could induce a heart attack.

Can you imagine the out of shape guys using this as their new pick up line.  “C’mon baby, you don’t want me to die do you??”

Reminds me of a guy who would ask every woman in the bar if he could get her number whether or not he had a chance with any of them.  When asked why, he said it was law of averages.  1 in 100 would say yes.  I think that guy ended up being pretty good at sales.

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  1. Friggin Loon says:

    Cool, so I can drop the whole headache excuse then?

  2. George says:

    That’s how I used to look at it. If you asked ten girls out, the odds are you’d get at least two or three positive responses. The Law of Averages will work in your favor sometimes. But not at Lottery.

  3. lisleman says:

    that guy got a lot more than a sales job. He probably knows all the prescriptions for all types of stuff. Sometimes you are better off with the no. Instead of dying, I thought the blue balls was a better trick.

  4. Dan says:

    Nice work on the moobs!

  5. Duncanr says:

    Er, how often is ‘infrequent’ ? 😳

  6. Tony McGurk says:

    Awww… Poor bloke. Rejection is a hard lesson to learn.

  7. nursemyra says:

    does masturbation count?

  8. But what if the need is t’other way round and the woman wants life-enhancing and preserving nookie?

  9. Alan says:

    I saw the law of averages approach summed up as ‘He who gets the most slaps, gets the most rides’ by a bit of bathroom graffiti in a pub once. Made me laugh 🙂

  10. Brad says:

    She’s so mean! She could save a life.

    • Bearman says:

      Right now, I think she is saving her own.

      • Colleen says:

        yeah from death by asphyxiation and crushing. My kids had an evil imaginary that they told stories about. His name was simply “the Fat” He would roll down the street, sucking unwary children into his rolls and smothering them, and there they would stay until the fat got hungry. He was finally defeated by being stuffed into a too-small spandex suit, so that victims would simply bounce off rather than getting sucked in. I think that kind of crazy is probably hereditary.

  11. Roland says:

    So me having 7 kids should mean I am doing well. Except for all the gray hair I’m getting.

  12. jynksie says:

    I think this confirms “Why Men Die First”. The wife waits for him to get out of shape and ensure his ticker can’t handle her when she finally takes him on the -last- ride of his life. Husband croaks and wife hires a young, sassy pool boy! End of story! o.O

  13. I wonder if this line works on the wife? 🙁

  14. Too funny I would die laughing if I saw this played out in real life.

  15. DadaHyena says:

    Best pick-up line ever. I may just have to try it sometime…

  16. tmcelmurry says:

    My doctor told me this a few months back. I told him I’ve been getting pretty good exercise, but asked if he could right me a prescription on the other so I could put it up on the fridge at the house and tell my wife each day, “Doctor says I need to do it as needed to help reduce the chance of a heart attack.” He told me that there were some prescriptions a doctor couldn’t even get filled. 🙂

  17. HA!
    This would do well on a shirt, too, Bearman! 🙂

  18. writerdood says:

    I’ve used this line before on my wife, you know, mentioning how it’s the best kind of exercise, or afterwards mentioning something like, “well, now I don’t need to get on the treadmill.” But for some reason, she doesn’t like the concept. I haven’t figured out why. I can’t think of any better exercise.

  19. Goeber says:

    Ouch. An A for trying. 🙂

  20. Colleen says:

    so is that chair holding up the moobs or what?

  21. Nate Fakes says:

    He just needs to go after a woman with the same goal

  22. Doesn’t that woman know that her decision may assist in that poor man’s bad health and eventual death? Nice take on newest medical news. I heard that same story on the news but failed to see the comic opportunity. I need to work on that.

    • Bearman says:

      Sometimes I just go to google, hit search with an empty box and then click on “news” I scroll through the articles and typically something will hit me.

  23. Jason says:

    I don’t like the mental image you produced with the fat guy. Too funny!

  24. MJ says:

    Ha, typical bar scene. Great job on the cartoon.

  25. this is a funny picture…I think the guy is a bit overweight eh? he should stick for exercise for real 😛


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