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Celestial overthink sarcasm : unsatisfying conversations

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Another one of those conversations at 3 o’clock in the morning…  …after a very unsatisfying dream.  Take all the concepts you fear will happen and throw them together with a device that helps… Continue reading

Senseless “make every mistake possible in your job” sarcasm

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Today was “make every mistake possible in your job” day.  I’m so stressed, this is my newest Tourette’s tic: It made me wonder what kind of problems other people have when they’re stressed.… Continue reading

One of those duds of a day

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I should be writing. Oh, look, a funny meme.    Really.  I should be writing. I’m sitting in my chair, cross-legged, staring at the page.  I look at the heading as if it… Continue reading

Senseless Saturday Sarcasm: The Occasional Poet

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Joelle LeGende, The Occasional Poet©  Strikes out again. I think my brain is fried today, It doesn’t work, to my dismay, it’s doing paperwork all wrong like putting Elvis in a thong or… Continue reading

My son’s poetry: Friday Night in Kennesaw  

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  I’m trying to convince my son to publish a poem on my blog at least once a month. He’s the serious poet in the family, I’m the occasional poet.  If poetry were… Continue reading

Is there a National Dreadful Day?

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If there is, September 21 is a good candidate. I feel a lot like a cat dressed as a pizza slice. I logged into the computer I use where I work, started to… Continue reading

Senseless insomnia sarcasm

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  It’s 5:00am in the @$%^&*()->! morning. That’s what I get for thinking that an expensive brand of “sleep tea” was any better than the cheap stuff. Yes, I was asleep at 10pm.… Continue reading

Caturday cartoons

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Originally posted on bluebird of bitterness:
Someone knows cats much too well. 🙂 bluebird of bitterness View original post

Now and Then

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Now:  Time for a nap. Then: Party, party, party! Now:  Wake up surrounded by dogs and thinking, “They’re so much better than people.” Then: “Who are you, why am I in your bed…wasn’t… Continue reading

Intelligence tests defined

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Intelligence:  I have two memes to say about it Some forms of intelligence are impossible to calculate. My dad had a 5th grade education.  He could count cards and would often arrive home… Continue reading