For many years, America's favorite magazine signed off with an amusing -- often outrageous -- photograph designed to leave the reader laughing. LIFE Laughs Last collects more than 200 of these hilarious photographs -- every one guaranteed to warm your heart and tickle your funny bone. Continuing in
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Philip B. Kunhardt, Jr., was managing editor at LIFE magazine from 1978 to 1982. His other books include LIFE: The First 50 Years, LIFE in Camelot, and LIFE Smiles Back. Mr. Kunhardt lives in Chappaqua, New York.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved. :
Is Proud to Round Up a Varied Assortment FOR OPENERS
Trying for Spilt Milk
During snack time at the zoo in Chessington, England, one chimp takes his refreshment straight up, the other gets his on the drops.
Passing the Buck
These Maryland hunters appear to be overarmed.
A German deer checks out his official autobahn crosswalk.
When three-year-old Patrick Neukirch turned around, one boot obeyed, the other didn't.
If this is two spelunkers entering a West Virginia cave, O.K. If it's only one, Lesley Tarleton has problems.
At West Germany's deluxe hotels there are valet services for practically everything.
During showers this thirsty cocker spaniel gets under the nearest umbrella and drinks the runoff.
When Duty Doesn't Call
When Terry Conant's friends paid him and his broken leg a visit, their bedside manners were comical.
For this Swedish fire brigade, posing takes priority over hosing.
An Austrian worker can't resist the tantalizing scent of newly baked bread.
Caught in the Act
A perfect time for a Mexico City pickpocket to pick.
A Couple of Squirts
Swimmer Kathy Flicker is neither here nor there. Refraction of the water has made her lose her head and now Kathy has no stomach for her mouthwatering mouthful.
A Washington water sprite makes like a fountain at the Glen Echo amusement park pool.
Unguarded Rear Flank
Three-year-old Tracy Ann Hendry is so absorbed with feeding a goat she doesn't know what's eating her.
A flower girl and her crafty accomplice work on a resale.
New Look of Patriotism
At the Annie Beaman School in Jacksonville, Florida, a guest joins the first-graders in the pledge of allegiance. Hoppy wants liberty and justice for att rabbits too.
Taking liberties with a lady, a helicopter momentarily extinguishes her welcoming flame.
Pedaling Far-Eastern Wares
In Vietnam a bike with a built-in honk helps a goose farmer deliver his live haul to market.
In China members of the Acrobatic Art Theater ride a bicycle built for ten.
So What's New?
In Claremont, California, a tree for a new development is coerced into flight.
In Jacksonville, Florida a businessman greets a rocket-suit tester high over the St. Johns River.
It Was Bound to Happen
In Liberal, Kansas, water mess Gloria Good made with her tailgating!
In Fort Worth, Texas, Donald Lee forgot his spare.
Copyright © 1989 by The Time Inc. Magazine Company
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