Monday, February 9, 2015

Chuckles and Chortles

Happy Monday, everyone. How went the weekend? Was it as cold, snowy and windy as ours? I sure hope not. Winter has definitely found us, and so far February has not be a very nice month. I’m dreaming of tropical places, beaches and sunshine. Reality is a totally different story. Sigh... Let’s hope it’s an early spring.

In the meantime, let’s laugh out loud. Cause humour makes everything a little better.









Have a great day, everyone!

34 comments:

  1. LOL the "we all know 'that guy'" one made me laugh. SO funny. Have a super Monday, Martha :)

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    1. I think we all know someone who fits 'that guy' category! Hahaha...

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  2. lol hilarious i aspecially of course like the countdown on calories.....lol but I got say JUSTICE is right on!!!lol

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    1. I wish pounds could be calculated like that! It would make losing weight so much easier.

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  3. So fun, Martha! I busted out laughing at the laundry one! I'm going to have to google that song now! I won't tell you about our weather or where I'm headed two weeks from tomorrow! I hope you get a wonderful and early spring! Have a goo week!

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    1. That song gets stuck in your head, Louise, so be careful! And DO share where you're going. I don't mind at all. If it's a warm and sunny place, I'll love hearing all about it!

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    2. Wonderful! I wish I could join you, but since I can't, make sure to take lots of pictures to share :)

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  4. Your Monday funnies always make me chuckle ... thanks Martha ...
    Hang in there "weather wise" spring is coming and you will be out biking again ...

    Happy Monday

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    1. You bet, Margie! Next month is March, so we're practically there.

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  5. I've never really talk much to the nurses. They usually just check my weight and blood pressure and send me on my way.

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    1. Much easier that way. You don't have to constantly repeat the story!

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  6. My favorite is the Stick Family. I agree with the cat.

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    1. Cats know all. They rule the world; we just haven't figured that out yet.

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  7. Thanks for today's laughs, we need them, soo cold.

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    1. I know, Christine! Let's hope this cold breaks soon.

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  8. That's absolutely right -- if you go for any kind of medical attention, you end up repeating exactly the same thing to an endless stream of health care workers right up to and including the doctor. Doesn't strike me as particularly efficient, but what do I know?

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    1. It isn't efficient. And it certainly explains some of the loooooong waiting periods.

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  9. I love the last one, all were great, but I would hope for a similar conversion chart with pounds lost :) It was pleasant this past weekend, highs in the low 70s :)

    betty

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    1. If only that last one worked that way. Imagine how much easier losing weight would be!

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  10. Hahahahaha, on that last one. And the rest, really all good stuff.

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  11. It was cold and sunny here and good to get out and walk. I also saw a moose a few blocks from my house.

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  12. Ha! Another group of funnies that made me laugh! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Glad you enjoyed, Linda! Come back next Monday for more :)

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  13. Thank you, sweet Martha! Love these. :-)

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    1. I'm glad you enjoyed them. Humour makes everything a little better :)

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  14. Hehe...I hate to say I smiled on that one about the ashes of difficult customers. Am I a terrible person?! ;)

    It's terrible how people try to take advantage of small business owners; non-paying customers can be a real headache. One man who owns a business near us says the total he's owed, including accumulated interest on the debts totals to $1.5 million...

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    1. Seriously? On my gosh...that is terrible! Small business owners to have it tough sometimes.

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  15. This is a good batch, Martha! I LOVED 'Oh NO, Were one of those families.......'

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  16. The ashes of difficult customers! hahahah. Wish I'd thought of something like that when I was teaching!

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    1. I can just imagine the look on the faces of your students!

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