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Wednesday, July 28, 2010

How Dinosaurs Became Extinct


The very first "senior moment"!!


How to tell if you're a loser!

15 comments:

Ann said...

There's a sleep over party in your house. A very good host indeed.

May be I should send you my flower pot complete with a sheep skin rug. LOL

Sunny said...

LOL! I've had a couple of those moments, hope I don't become extinct!
☼ Sunny

ksdoolittle said...

I love them both, but can especially relate to the first one!! ~karen

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

The second one needs no comment, it speaks for itself!

lotusleaf said...

Original! The earlier post about the UCLA study was hilarious.

magiceye said...

delightful!

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

It may be a senior moment but it makes about as much sense as some of the other explanations. Love the cat and dog shot.

Darryl and Ruth : )

Janie said...

Both are funny. I love the expression on the dog's face, as he's stuck outside sleeping in the little bed. Poor guy.

ChrisJ said...

I love the cartoon and the dog and cat photo. Made me laugh out loud. Thanks for being such a hard worker with ABC Wednesday.

Naturedigital said...

You made my day Sylvia. Till now i did not have a reasonable explanation why dinosaurs were extinct. Now you have it documented.
As for the second photo, there s no need for words.
Have a great day.
Costas

Serline said...

I like to think the doggie is being the good Christian, a good neighbor...

jabblog said...

The dog and cat one is so true and has been seen in our house many times!

Jan said...

Too, funny.

George said...

Thanks for the smiles. I guess I shouldn't feel too bad about my senior moments. At least the consequences haven't been as bad as they were for that couple in your first picture!

Kelly @ Impowerage said...

I guess that's where the expression, "you're missing the boat" started!

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