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Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Wednesday Humor!

 Blonde Humor for the Day

"Hi Mom, How are you?"


"Hi Sally, where are you? I thought you were with your father at the Ace Hardware"


"Yeah we were, but I got arrested, and they've let me make one phone call"


"What happened?"


"Oh, I punched this African-American woman in the head." 

"What on earth?! Why did you do that?!" 

"Well it wasn't my fault. Dad told me to find a Black & Decker."

Smile!
Its infectious..
Walking can add minutes to your life.
This enables you at 85 years old
to spend an additional 5 months in a nursing
home at $4,000 per month.


We all get heavier as we get older,
because there's a lot more information in our heads.
That's my story and I'm sticking to it.

Pictures taken at just the right moment!



10 comments:

Cildemer said...

He he he! Loved all the jokes! Don't have a favourite one this time!
And the pictures are great fun too! Love the angel pissing in the lady's bag;o)

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Hope your week is going well, Sylvia. Hugs****

DeeBee L. said...

Excellent Sylvia! It made my day especially as we are having downpours!
Needed the laugh!
DeeBee

onangelwings said...

hahahah...those are hysterical

Enrique G.A. said...

Some nice photos, humor is essential in our life, never missing the hurmor and joy.
Greetings .--

Pietro said...

Very amusing, Sylvia!

Margie's Musings said...

It was all great, Sylvia, and I needed a laugh.

Jack said...

You're a character, Sylvia.

forgetmenot said...

Sylvia, These are all great!!! Thank you for putting smiles on our faces. We all need more humor in our lives. We can always count on you for humor, inspiration, and beauty-- all done with a creative touch. Mickie :)

Nature Rambles said...

Thank you for the smiles! Loved them all, especially those two ladies!;))

Team G Square said...

Thanks for humour, it just refreshed me .

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