Tag Archive: Sarcasm

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Poop for Thought

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This has been a fast-paced weekend.  I had to bleach the floors, clean bedding in bleach, and other housework I’d rather forget. Otherwise, the $266 I gave to the veterinarian for 4 medications… 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

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Grate sayings, and other meaningless stuff

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Some days, my brain goes into overdrive.  Today is one of those days.  It is entertaining itself by thinking of things that sound impressive but are absolutely meaningless We have nothing to lose… Continue reading

A day in the life of my cat

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Mom gave me hamburger today.  I wanted tuna.   Humans are dumb! When it was still dark and she was sleeping, I meowed and meowed at mom.  She petted me all over. Why couldn’t… Continue reading

Question and Answer

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Question: If a tree falls in the forest, does it make a sound? . Answer: What kind of ridiculous question is that? Of course it makes a sound! We’re not the only animals… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : the claws in my contract

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  Welcome to Florida this train wreck called 2019….now GO HOME. Oh… wait.  We’re all stuck on this train.  Some of us are sitting in the engine, and the lucky ones are still… Continue reading

Communication

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So….I’m sitting at home after taking 2 pain killers, 2 naps, and a couple of allergy pills. Have you noticed that when you’re sick your mind throws the strangest thought at you? This… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Offended

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In 1968, I wrote this on the back of a sweatshirt (except that I used “I’m” instead): Therefore, you cannot call me racist, crazy, or any other word overused word that has completely… Continue reading

The insanity era

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I think that the first few decades after the year 2000 will be known as the INSANITY error ERA This is $260 at Sacks Fifth Avenue: When I was a kid, those jeans… Continue reading

A very strange 2019

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I’m wondering if the events of 2019 are the foothills leading to the mountains of 2020? If so, I think I’ll buy some camping gear, 5 years worth of survival food, and take… Continue reading