Admittedly I'm just a little six-year-old stuffed bull who doesn't know many cusswords beyond "darn" and "jeepers," but can you solve the Madlibbian mystery of just what the Sam Scratch is the swear that Jonah is saying here? Seems like any curse you could sub in there just winds up being even more bizarre.
Panels from Marvel Team-Up (1972 series) #139 (March 1984), script by Cary Burkett, pencils by Brian Postman, inks by Mike Esposito, colors by George Roussos, letters by Diana Albers
Panel from the Jughead's Time Police story "Unstuck in Time!" in Archie Giant Series Magazine #602 [The World of Jughead] (October 1989), script by Rich Margopoulos, pencils by Doug Crane, inks by Tom Moore, colors by Barry Grossman, letters by Bill Yoshida
Which do you think is the least likely Marvel comic book for Jolly Jonah to make an appearance in? (Well, besides his appearances in an extended subplot of Popples). What, you don't remember that he was a card-carrying (card written by Larry Hama) member of America's elite fighting force that also included Rocky Balboa, "the boxer who used to punch meat?"
Panels from G. I. Joe, A Real American Hero (1982 Marvel series) #95 (Mid-December 1989), script by Larry Hama, pencils by M.D. Bright, inks by Randy Emberlin, colors by Bob Sharen, letters by Rick Parker
As far as the internet tells me, "The King" never actually drew Jolly Jonah (JJJ doesn't even appear in Fantastic Four until ish #110, just after Kirby left the book). But here's the next best thing: a Kirbyesque portrayal by José Ladrönn, from the pages, of all places...Cable!
Panels from Cable (1993 series) #62 (December 1998); script by Joe Casey; pencils by José Ladrönn; inks by Juan Vlasco, Al Milgrom, Jimmy Palmiotti, and Scott Koblish; colors by Gloria Vasquez;
letters by Richard Starkings
If you know of any comic in which Jack Kirby drew J. Jonah Jameson, for gosh sakes, let me know in the comments!