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Sunday, March 15, 2009


If 4 out of 5 people SUFFER from diarrhea....
Does that mean that one out of five enjoys it?

Why do croutons come in airtight packages?
Aren't they just stale bread to begin with?

If it's true that we are here to help others,
then what exactly are the others here for?

What hair color do they put on the driver's licenses of bald men?

I thought about how mothers feed their babies with tiny little spoons and forks... so I wondered what do Chinese mothers use. Toothpicks?

Is it true that you never really learn to swear until you learn to drive?

As income tax time approaches, did you ever notice:
When you put the two words,
'The' and 'IRS' together, it spells THEIRS?

Life's too Short..
Dance like No One is Watching You!


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Kay said...

Funny way to start Sunday. Actually, don't the Chinese have soup spoons? I know that the Japanese have little chopsticks for kids. Hmmm... it's got me thinking.

Darlene said...

Very funny, Sylvia. I am laughing so hard I can barely hear myself think.

Congratulations on your new Sister Award.

Susan at Stony River said...

I loved these, what a giggle!
But that last line... Dance Like No One Is Watching You, oh I'm afraid I've got to take that one with me and put it on the wall.

Thanks Sylvia!

Michele said...

Hmm... these are awesome... I could not but help but chuckle out loud at these! A very good post to brighten my day!!

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Linda Pendleton said...

Those are funny, Sylvia. Thanks for sharing.

Feisty Crone said...

Very funny questions, especially the one about enjoying diarrhea :)

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