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Tuesday, October 6, 2015

A New Look at Communication and Gardening!!!

As some of you know I have a 94 year old lady for a dear friend and she does supply me with wicked giggles -- many that I have shared with you before. Well, here is the latest and a great laugh to start the day!!
Gardening for the Hearing Impaired
I was working the garden this weekend and my wife was about to take a shower. I realized that I couldn't find the rake. I yelled up to my wife.
"Where is the rake??"
She couldn't hear me and she shouted back at me.
I pointed to my eye and then I pointed to my knee and made a raking motion.
Then my wife wasn't sure and said, "What?"
I repeated the gesture4s.
"Eye - Kneed - The Rake"
My wife replied that she understands and signals back.
She first points to her eye, next she points to her left breast, then she points to her backside and finally to her crotch.  Well, there is no way in hell I could even come close to that one.
Exasperated, I went upstairs and asked her,
"What the hell was that?"
She replies,
"Eye - Left Tit - Behind - the Bush!!

Hope you all have a great day!!


Lowell said...

Very funny. Your friend has a great sense of humor.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari oM
Wicked!!! YAM xx

genie said...

That one is so funny. I am actually laughing.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Hehe! You always know how to cheer me up Sylvia :)

George said...

Funny! Thanks for sharing.

Indrani said...

Ha ha! Insane!
Thanks for sharing.

Lois said...

Oh Sylvia, that is a good one! Thanks for the laugh.

Jack said...

What a hoot. I don't see an opportunity to use this on the horizon.

magiceye said...

hahahaha that was a good one!!

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