Category Archive: humor

A few funnies

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Nope.  I wasn’t going to post anything else today, but when I came upon Earth’s Horrorscope, I had to share: Most of you are in this phase of the lockdown right about now.… Continue reading

Questions

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This week in the infinitesimally miniscule life of a writer — a person with a day job who is owned by 6 dogs and 3 cats… IQ:  One notch above a rock. This… Continue reading

“Saw it”

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Number 11 on yesterday’s post, How to lose more readers said: “Wanna play a game?  If you read all the way through this swill, please add “saw it” to your reply.  I’ll write… Continue reading

How to lose more readers

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Technically, anyone who reads another person’s blog is called a follower. I prefer the word reader.   Did you know that if you exchange the first “r” with the “d” it spells dearer?    If… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : To die(t) for?

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I’m supposed to write something pithy and full of mirth that makes you go, “LOL!”  Hell!  I’ve already lost 3 readers this week. I might as well go for the gold and lose… Continue reading

When people don’t understand

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There are several things people need to think about during this PLANdemic.  Here’s one:  Why do people wear cloth masks when a cold virus is much smaller than the weave?   This visual might… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Mother’s Day

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I wasn’t your usual mom.   My daughter was around 12 when she wrote an essay about…oh, hell…I can’t remember that far back.  Something about comparing her family members to cars.  She said my… Continue reading

Brightening your day

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  Passing along a couple of laughs that brightened my day. <_><_><_> Is this anything like a label on the blow dryer that says, “Do not use in Shower”??? When you’re not the… Continue reading

Sassy Sarcasm

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Some days my mind seems to be on vacation: . When we “put our heads together” there’s less of a chance that one of the heads will be stuck up an @$$. .… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : invasive species

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Well… We humans are a strange lot.    We ask for “the numbers.”  We say we want scientific evidence.  We have two doctors who have told us the science and run the numbers… Continue reading