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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Wednesday Humor!

• On-Line Company Names:


All of the following are, or at least were, legitimate companies that didn't spend quite enough time considering how their on-line names might appear - and be misread! These are not made up.

1.. "Who Represents" is where you can find the name of the agent that
 
represents any celebrity. Their Web site is www.
whorepresents.com.

2 . "Experts Exchange" is a knowledge base where programmers can
 
exchange advice and views at www.
expertsexchangecom. 

3.. Looking for a pen? Look no further than " Pen Island " at www.
penisland.net. 

4.. Need a therapist? Try "Therapist Finder" at www.
therapistfinder.com.

5.. There's the "Italian Power Generator Company" at www.
powergenitalia.com 

6.. And don't forget the "Mole Station Native Nursery" in New South Wales, Australia, www.
molestationnurserycom.

7.. If you're looking for IP computer software, there's always www.
ipanywhere.com 

8.. The "First Coming Methodist Church " Web site is www.
comingfirst.com 

9.. And, finally, the designers at "Speed of Art" await you at their wacky Web site, www.
spedofart.com.

• The Economy Is So Bad:
-- Jury duty is now considered a good-paying job.
-- Banks are now mailing us pre-declined credit cards.
-- African TV now shows "sponsor an American child" commercials.
-- CEO's are playing miniature golf.
-- Exxon-Mobil had to lay off 25 Congressmen.
-- ATMs now give IOUs!
-- A stripper was bruised when her audience showered her with rolls of pennies.
-- Mormon polygamists now have only one wife.
-- If the bank returns your check marked "insufficient funds", you ask if they mean you or them.
-- McDonald's is now selling a quarter-ouncer.
-- Beverly Hills parents are firing their nannies and learning their children's names.
-- A truckload of Americans were caught sneaking into Mexico.
-- A picture is now worth only 200 words.
-- They renamed Wall Street "Wal-Mart Street".

14 comments:

missing moments said...

Thanks for my morning laugh today , my friend!

Pam said...

Sylvia, they tickled my funny bone right down to my knees.
Thanks for a hardy chuckle :D

hugs,
Pam

George said...

Thanks for brightening a rainy, gloomy day.

Rajesh said...

Interesting.

Κωστής Τζαγκαράκης said...

Thank you for the loughs Sylvia.
I really needed them this evening.
The situation here is so depressing .. and getting worse every minute.
Have a beautiful afternoon and evening.
Costas

Jack said...

You are always so funny. I sent the first list on to a friend.

Lee Spangler said...

I sent your list to mycousin who especially likes this kind of humor. I am glad to promote your chain of thoughts beyond the blog.

Genie said...

All I can say is, “You made my night!” I am laughing out loud at this post. You are one smart and clever gal and I adore your blog. genie

Al said...

Those are very funny, Sylvia. I know too many people affected by the economy, it's good to laugh at it once in a while.

lotusleaf said...

Thanks for my early morning giggle!

Team G Square said...

Amazing , good start for the day .

Kay said...

Thanks for the chuckles today, Sylvia!

DeVona said...

Your last photo was stunning! Thanks for sharing it and reminding us of life's beauty!

Rohit Sareen said...

incredible stuff! good dose of daily humour...tx Sylvia :)

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