Tag Archive: satire

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Speechless

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  I’m here with my $758 kitty, who was in the kitty hospital for 2 days with a blocked urethra.  He’s standing in front of the keyboard, as usual, so I have to… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : 10 strange things one learns in life

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 Never pass up a chance to ask why coworkers are frowning.  People like it when they think you’re paying attention.  A foolproof way to stop “sweating the small stuff.”  If it costs less… Continue reading

Senseless Weekend Sarcasm : Punchy

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You’ve heard the word before.   When the bad guys have the good guys surrounded, the good guys start telling jokes.   …and… When you’ve had enough C#@p for one day, you laugh at the… Continue reading

Health is a relative thing

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Ever have to fill out those %$#*&% forms at the doctor’s office…the ones in 8 font that you need a microscope to read? When you’re nearsighted, it looks a lot like this: Some… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Pollen

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I’m told there are 4 seasons in Florida.  But this isn’t quite accurate.  There are more than 5 seasons, and they overlap. At this moment, it’s pollen season, a time when your nose… Continue reading

Magic : just another word for “I don’t know what the hell it is.”

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And now for a (drum-roll) bit of Senseless Weekend Sarcasm. MAGIC. I see that word thrown around like fairy dust in a P. Pan movie. One of my favorite SciFi writers said it… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Life

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Life. That place between birth and death. Some days I think Birth and Death have a bet going.  Can’t you just see it? Birth says, “Let’s throw some humans on top of Earth… Continue reading

Intermission

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Did you know that epic movies — the ones made decades ago — had an intermission? When “Titanic” circulated the theaters, my daughter and I sat through the entire thing.  At the end… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Why did I become a cat people?!

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I sit here…wondering… “Why did I spend days washing urine-soaked bedding, and what is it about cats that enslaves my heart to the point where I’ve been petting the little B@$tard for 10… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : World poli-ticks

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The Tiny Terror, after two grueling days of enacting vengeance on Mom: He discovered it’s harder to find your own food than wait for Mom to open a can.   He didn’t come home… Continue reading