Tag Archive: rant

Parenting

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Parenting is like being the lighthouse beam that’s trying to yell, “Danger, Will Robinson” and no one is listening. Parenting is like watching a movie where the good guy is about to get… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : How not to make mistakes as a blogger?

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  This entire post could be summed up as follows: The only way to avoid making mistakes as a blogger is NOT to write ANYTHING.  You can just sit at your desk, admire… Continue reading

Muse Sick

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I think the Muse is sick in Music world. The last song I listened to sounded like Disney married country rock and had a deformed child. Yes, I have discovered the man-bun of… Continue reading

Seriously

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If you don’t do serious…I have many posts among the thousands I’ve written that are funny — or I think are funny —  You decide. I have this neighbor… I’ll call him “Dick.”… Continue reading

Hypocrisy in motion

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Okay… (I say that word a lot.  I think it’s the new “you know” or possibly a substitute for the “F” word). Rarely do I watch TV.  Unless I’m in someone’s house, who… Continue reading

Wordvolution

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Originally posted on Two on a Rant:
? The origin of the human race, and all of it’s hues, is hidden in the dust and dirt of time. Words, ethereal as the air…

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : remember

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  This is my life. Therapy through unsubscribe If you want to call it that. I am a woman on a mission!  Over the past 6 months, the number of email in my… Continue reading

Another year, another hurricane.

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We have gone past the “Cone of uncertainty” and now have a new category: The cone of RIDICULOUS As you can tell, a cone the size of Alaska engulfs the entire state of… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday : the definition of Sarcasm.

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I stole this from duckduckgo.com, the search engine that doesn’t gather information from you, because if you want to know everything about me, I’d rather you read it on my blog. sarcasm n.… Continue reading

The most overused word

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Once upon a time, I would tell people, “If you can’t get through a sentence without saying you know 10 times, please don’t speak to me!” At least that was 2 words in… Continue reading