Monday, November 10, 2014

Chuckles and Chortles

Happy Monday, everyone. I hope the weekend was good to you. Rumour has it that some areas got snow. Maybe yours? Thankfully, we didn’t experience that. I’d hate to have a repeat of last year; a very difficult winter that arrived in November and stuck around until the end of March. And reluctantly called it quits sometime in April. I shudder to think of that happening again, especially since this autumn has been crappy.

Anyhow, enough with the bellyaching, eh? Let’s get to the funny stuff!








Have a beautiful day!


30 comments:

  1. Thankfully no snow around my neck of the woods yet. Unfortunately we have some forecasted for Tuesday though; I'm hoping the meteorologist is wrong. The salt shakers are terrible but funny!

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    1. I'm hoping the snow doesn't arrive until at least mid December! Winter is long enough around here, so I don't mind if it's delayed!

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  2. I look forward to Chuckles and Chortles each Monday, thanks. It's nice weather here. We expect a cold night on Friday but no freezes are predicted. Yet.

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    1. Glad you enjoy these posts, Jean. Same time next week!

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  3. Thanks for the chuckles sweety I loved the box, and everything else...I love to start the week laughing lol thank you sweetie....I think you'll like my photo today lol

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    1. It's always great to start the day with a smile. Puts you in a good mood!

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  4. Thanks for the laughs Martha! And don't give up hope for a mild winter, there is always hope!

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    1. Glad you enjoyed, Christine. And I'm trying to keep hopeful :)

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  5. These are all great! I remember the "bear at door" news story -- the postie took a photo of the bear too in case he wasn't believed, LOL. We got snow here in Edmonton and it will be -18 by tomorrow, so hello winter!

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  6. I got snow and lots of it...about 10 cm. It's minus 12 this morning.

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    1. It's much too early for that! I don't want this time of weather to get here before mid December or so.

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  7. Oh these are wonderful! I love the one of the sexy box the best. Happy Monday to you!

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  8. Those salt and pepper shakers are epic! Wonderful collection of funny pix you've got here. :)

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  9. Oh my good gosh, I laughed out loud, seriously at that last one. Great stuff.

    Yes, snow here this weekend. And when we hit Erie on Saturday the craft stores were filled with Canadians. There's a bus that travels down a little less north. Let me tell ya, these Canadian Crafters mean business. They bring rollable suitcases into AC Moore. It's great.

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    1. I know, right? That last one is hilarious. I can just picture him sitting all grumpy and stuff at the park watching people.

      Hahahaha! I laughed with those Canadian shoppers. Yes, they really do mean business. Hunting for good bargains.

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    2. Glad you laughed, I didn't want to offend. We live close. We get lots of Canadian shoppers here, just a little less north.

      Apple crumble cooling for tomorrow. New test batch crumble top.

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    3. OHMYGOSH...no way do I get offended that easily! Joke away, Wonder Woman. I've got a great sense of humour!

      I bet there are only a few crumbs left of that apple crumble!

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  10. All funny. As always! Have a good week, Martha :)

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  11. Salt and pepper? Perhaps the woman has got the salt. I know a story from the bible which tells that the one who looks back would turn into salt ( if I'm not mistaken of course, I think I heard the story from childhood in a Sunday school)

    Newly signed divorce papers? Hahaha. They're all funny!

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    1. The newly signed divorce papers made me laugh out loud! Love that one.

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  12. LOL! Good bench sign!!
    Today it was +15C here. Winter?
    Such a tease!!

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    1. I hope there are many days left with +15C before winter arrives. I'm good with that, Jim! No complaints from me :)

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  13. Of all the tyrants that have lived on the Earth, God decides to turn a woman to salt for looking back. I'm glad the Old Testament is a myth, it's very disturbing. Including of what Lot did with his daughters.

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    1. I totally agree with you, Adam. That's why I laugh at these things. I don't take them seriously because I think they're total nonsense.

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  14. HAHAHAAAA and THAT was THE tuning point for my blindly accepting the bible as a belief system... I was 8 and I reference Lot and Sara as the final straw ! It was ALWAYS the woman who either messed up or vexed men ~ Samson and Delilah and Salome and lets not forget what Eve did to condemn us all....

    Dr. Seuss makes more sense... or Pooh Bear

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    1. I totally agree, Carolyn! And that's certainly a reason I strayed very far away from my upbringing in religion. It's always the woman. And men are always at an advantage. Hissss on that!

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