The New York Times’ Sunday Magazine a few years ago featured a series of drawings by the artist Christoph Niemann. Titled “Good Night and Tough Luck,” the series contained text but communicated so much more than the words themselves — and it was funny, too!
Here’s one of my favorite drawings in the series.
I’ve got a couple items to add to Niemann’s lists:
Agony: Husband leaving door to basement open and water softener switching (roaring) on at 2:30 a.m.
Bliss: Laughing in my sleep.
Care to add an item or two of your own? Please comment here or on Facebook!