Friday, May 30, 2008

This Just Cracks Me Up

I've got a ton of things to do today. Chores, errands, calls to make, etc. You know, pretty much the typical "keep your household running stuff". It's a little after 8 A.M. and the kids just left for school. I was on the way to the kitchen to knock that out first but somehow I ended up sitting here at my computer. I decided not to spend much time here rambleing on about this and that (mainly that....but sometimes this). So I decided to share with you my all time favorite joke in the entire world. Granted, I haven't heard every joke in the world and I usually forget most of them as soon as I hear them, but I LOVE this one. It is SO funny to me. Some of you have heard it, I've told it to some people and they just stare at me with blank eyes-----but actually I get alot of that even when carrying on every day conversations. Anyway, here it is (I don't know who originally said it and please no copyright infringements or calls of plagiarism (I was sure that was spelled plagerism but I got the "little red Line" so I looked it up and this time I even read the definition, so there really is an "I" in plagiarism) ....oh yeah, here's the joke:

"Mahatma Gandi walked barefoot most times which produced impressive calluses on his feet. He ate very little, making him rather frail. With his odd diet, he also suffered from bad breath...,

This made him........

A Super Callused Fragile Mystic Hexed by Halitosis."

That just cracks me up every time I read it.
OK, I am off to clean up the kitchen.
BTW, In reference to yesterday, I stood firm! "No Video Games and No Computer Time" all day!! (I am woman hear me roar....) And I was right, sometime around 4:00 he quietly made his way to the computer. When I confronted him he said "He Forgot"! To help him remember, I said if he forgot again then there would be none today either. He didn't forget again. And today, he trotted off to the school bus.....the knives are gone......for now.

Now, I am really going to go clean the kitchen.....right after I check my e-mail.


Chatty Kelly said...

Okay, Mary Poppins - tell Burt hello.

The Patterson 5 said...

That is a funny joke. I think even Mary Poppins would love it! I can just picture her and Burt giggling by the chimney. Glad Alberquando is feeling better!

Linda said...

Hey, thanks for checking out 2nd cup today. Nice to meet you!

Sue J said...

Off to the kitchen to work.
Let me blog first.
Blog done. Back to work.

It's the story of my life, too, some days. I think this is such a cool thing to do, but then I realize that I have a sink full of dirty dishes. And, although daughter #2 loves to run the dishwasher, I shouldn't really have dirty dishes as often as I do.

But, if it means keeping up with all my's an important part of my day! (Keeps me sane....)

Um diddle-diddle-diddle dum, you!

Eve said...

Joke? No dahlin,,this is a joke:

Two hunters are out in the woods when one of them collapses. He doesn't seem to be breathing and his eyes are glazed. The other guy takes out his phone and calls the emergency services.

He gasps: "My friend is dead! What can I do?" The operator says: "Calm down, I can help. First, let's make sure he's dead." There is a silence, then a gunshot is heard. Back on the phone, the guy says: "OK, now what?"