Army-Navy Fun Parade, April 1953
The salesman is suggesting the young lovers get married, though the fact that he's printed in a different colored ink sort of lessens the joke and implies he's from another dimension or something.
I guess the joke here is that one guy's sawed the side of the makeshift raft the other male strandee is sleeping on so he can be alone with the girl. Somehow he has a saw with him and she's all dressed up like she's going out clubbing or something.
Is he trying to look at her breasts instead of the baby? Is that what's going on? Is that the world we lived in fifty years ago? He was so desperate for a “peek” he couldn't wait a couple days for his wife to come back home or find a willing accomplice at work? If this happened now he could just look at porn on his phone. Even ten years from then he'd be helping and/or watching the delivery.
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