Category Archives: Laugh

Today’s Chuckle

Two elderly women, Rose and Barb had been lifelong friends.  When it became clear that Rose was not going to live much longer, Barb made sure to visit her every day.  One day Barb said “Rose, we have always loved … Continue reading

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Everything You Never Wanted To Know

I came across an article the other day that enumerated a bunch of obscure facts.  Well, I think they were facts.  In reality, some of them sounded kind of fishy, but perhaps they were written by lawyers and are therefore … Continue reading

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The Funny Side of Reality

I once heard a story about a person that was having their garage door opener replaced.  They told the repairman that they thought they would need a least a 1/2 horsepower motor.  The repairman said he didn’t think that was … Continue reading

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The Days Of Wine And Noses

I don’t remember when I had my first sip of wine, but I do remember that it was not favorable.  It was dry and tart.  Not at all what I would expect from a respectable grape.  But, as young men … Continue reading

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Going Under Cover

I don’t know why it is, but even after all these years of wedded bliss, there are still a couple of things that defy being resolved.  I mean,  we share everything.  There hasn’t been a mine and hers for a … Continue reading

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Surviving the Seventies

Will Rogers once said “We could certainly slow the aging process down if it had to work it’s way through Congress.  Ah, but if only we could.  Today I would not be aging at all. I know that when people … Continue reading

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Immaculate Perception

Originally posted on oldmainer:
When I was a manager, the task that I disliked more then any other was preparing the annual performance appraisals of my employees. Each year, I would struggle to make pertinent comments while showing compassion.  That…

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