Tag Archive: Sarcasm

A few short, silly memes with a side of whine….

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It’s a really bad high coup day, or is it high coo? I’m too tired to coo and not quite coo-coo. Today is Monday dung day — run down — dragged out —… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Insomnia Trek Continues

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  I’m loathe to admit it, but I think I’m addicted to chocolate sugar insomnia. Today’s treat was an entire book playing out in my head.  Don’t you just hate it when that… Continue reading

Find something to laugh at

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Insomnia came for a visit and refuses to leave, so I’m laughing in its face. <_><_><_> <_><_><_> <_><_><_> <_><_><_> <_><_><_> Okay — I have to go.  My coon cat says so… …and I… Continue reading

A few gems found elsewhere

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What is love?

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I’m going to ask it…. What is love? I got nothin’ During the age of the big lizards, this was the definition of love. So, basically, love back then was a mixture of… Continue reading

Annoying sayings

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Sarcasm alert. Sayings that never made sense to me: Well!   I never…            Anyone who says that probably has lived a sheltered life. I can’t…I just can’t…    Finish… Continue reading

Sleeplessness by any other name

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I just took a chill pill (code name: Ibuprofen). It’s 12:51 on the Battlestar Insomnia.  Though I’m not fighting Cylons, I often think the office copy machine/fax/scan/staple thingy is trying hard to become… Continue reading

Life : Iran it my way

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I’m awake, after dreaming about trying to buy a soda in Iran.     Then I was on a train, and I was off the train, stuck in the middle of nowhere.  Except there… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Lazy

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I’m lazy again this week.  All I’m going to post are sarcastic memes, and I’m going to do it on Saturday. Do you know how many times people have driven in tandem when… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Disenergetic

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I love making up words.  When my energy is spent, I feel dis-energetic.   Now that you know my present energy level is that of a 100 year old on life support, I’ll tell… Continue reading