Tag Archive: satire

Humor: The virus everyone wants to catch.

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After trying to yell out at someone, “The white x on the floor is where your cart is supposed to be,” it has occurred to me that common sense is a commodity that’s… Continue reading

OMG! Running out of…

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My better half went to the store today and asked if I needed anything.  Twenty minutes later, I remembered: I’m running out of chocolate! I went on Amazon.  The price of a chocolate… Continue reading

Senseless Blurrsday Sarcasm : On a roll.

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Yep, I’m on a roll with these viral memes, so I’ll just keep going. Hmm… I think I already said that. And last — a tourist attraction that is just a bit out… Continue reading

More viral memes

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Here are a few more viral memes from social media              

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Not amused

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If I had 50 children and all of them were girls, I never would’ve named one of them Rhoda.    First grade, I’m carrying my assignment to the teacher: Rhoda:  “Why is she… Continue reading

Home office cats

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  I have a home office. I can hear what you’re thinking! “Ho Hum, I thought this was going to be a funny post.” Presently, there’s a black cat in front of the… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Conversations with Insomnia

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My brain has escaped into another dimension.  It does this far too often.  I apologize in advance, as the opinions of my brain are not necessarily that of the body it inhabits. <_><_><_>… Continue reading

Why I love to write sarcasm

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Believe me when I tell you this, you don’t want to see me dance.  If you’ve ever seen a lizard on an electric fence, that’s all you need to know. This is me… Continue reading

Senseless @!%&$ sarcasm: Vincible

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At the age of  14, I wanted to become a gymnast.  Having parents living at the poverty line — and the athletic ability of a land turtle — that wasn’t going to happen.… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : humor?

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  Humor is a strange animal.  I have at least 20 Readers Digests in my bathroom, circa 2003 – 2004.  After reading the the same jokes for the past 16 years, I thought… Continue reading