Tag Archive: life

Where are the flying cars…?

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  …in the ozone, where our common sense has gone to die. How can the sarcasm fail to flow? I wanted flying cars!  Soaring in the sky at 500 mph, and getting to… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : UTI edition

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  ME:  Why?  Why God the Universe and Everything.  Why give me a UTI at this moment? GUE:  People are dying from pneumonia, dysentery, cancer, stroke, and malaria, and you bother me about… Continue reading

MONDAY

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  I dig the 5-cup coffee maker from it’s resting place on the counter and open the lid.  What do I see? A mold farm. Those little green spots that permeate the grounds… Continue reading

Why I was kicked out of the senior center

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I live in a small town and work in a building next to the senior center.   At one time, yoga class was at 3:30 on Mondays, and the number of people attending had… Continue reading

Senseless Sarcasm : Marriage

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Once upon a time, when I had more sense, I said: Here’s the perfect way to test the patience of a future spouse:   Husband number 1 would have tried to shoot the… Continue reading

Senseless Weekend Sarcasm : happening

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A lot has happened in the last few days. The least aggregious problem is that I just paid the flood insurance for a year.  The bill was $150  more than it was in… Continue reading

Hindsight

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  We utter, “Why didn’t I see that coming?” Puzzle pieces of our lives assemble without a guide, …or do they? Witness the anger stop as if a page turned to the next… Continue reading

Replies…

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It has come to my attention that my replies to other bloggers are better than my posts.  Reading the blog I’m answering first will give the reply context. <_><_><_> GrannyK’s blog, Granny Reports,… Continue reading

Senseless sarcasm : Fractured wisdom

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Contrary to popular belief, I’m not a know-it all. I’m a know-it-some. Intelligence is highly overrated.  Being intelligent and choosing to be ignorant is far worse than being unintelligent and trying to learn. … Continue reading

They pretend to pay us, and we pretend to work.

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Not very many people are fortunate enough to love their job as much as I love mine. During the COVID-19 fiasco, not many people were fortunate enough to keep their job. Now that… Continue reading