Monthly Archive: December, 2020

Senseless New Year Sarcasm : 2021

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Well, things are better today.  The bad neighbors let the puppies out, no doubt one of their informants in law enforcement tipped them off that they might get fined for stealing someone else’s… Continue reading

When neighbors are bad

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I love my job.  I love my cats.  I love my dogs.   I don’t love the neighbors who curse at their young children so loudly that our good neighbor down the road… Continue reading

Reflections of life

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Life will become what it is, my time a flash of tiny light dancing in a celestial stream. . Why fear death when the prison of body falls away? We soar above the… Continue reading

Senseless Weekend Sarcasm : Eng-lash

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I bought an office heater a few months ago, when they were on sale, and never opened it until today.   . The picture is still on Amazon.  When I tried to access… Continue reading

Boxing Day Funnies…

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Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
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Senseless Christmas sarcasm : Turkey think

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As I’m preparing a 19 pound turkey for Christmas dinner, my writer’s mind wanders outside the universal box and into the WhatIf Zone. Farmer Brown has a turkey.  Actually, no.  Brown gave the… Continue reading

Senseless Thursday Sarcasm : Heated & Brrred

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Only one word is needed to describe yesterday:  OMG! Here’s the nutshell version: “Bring me the report with all the notes attached.”  (Brings me the notes). “I asked you to get the signature… Continue reading

Monday Funnies…

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Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Thanks Chris! There were to funny not to share. 🙂 Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog View original post

Ronovan Writes poetry challenges: Décima : Gift. Haiku : Foolish.

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THE QUICK DESCRIPTION OF HOW TO WRITE A DÉCIMA: There are 10 lines of poetry that rhyme. 8 syllables per line. There is a SET RHYMING PATTERN we must stick to. ABBAACCDDC OR  two stanzas of ABBA/ACCDDC. Décima … Continue reading

Christmas party : Work version

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If you’ve read my posts for a few months, you know there are a few (hundred) things I don’t like.  Among those gems of inconsequential 1st world irritants are: People who don’t like… Continue reading