Category Archives: Humor

SMILE AND SAY, “PRETTY PLEASE”

Yes, smile and say, “Pretty please. . .” but especially, say, “Thank you.” For, then, at the next time that you sneeze, you’re much more apt to receive another hanky, you.

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GOD SENT ME AN E-MAIL

God sent me an e-mail the other day. He has yet to get my reply. Both He and I are left to wonder why.

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ONCE UPON A MEG

Many years ago, I was working in the office of a small, but successful company. A lot of the power computer work (work requiring big computer memory) was done by the administrative staff, so the partners of the firm did … Continue reading

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A LOT OF HOT IN AUTUMN

a lot of hot in autumn. . . moving molecules we’ve got, sent up to top while cooler, stiller ones stay close to bottom. . . we’d best not buy too many fruits, for before we succeed to eat ’em … Continue reading

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WHAT TURNS UP FROM A TURNIP

Some things are abundantly clear– you can’t squeeze blood from a turnip, my dear. . . BUT, if you SHOULD happen to squeeze, and blood IS extracted, with prolonged coaxing or ease, it just may well be that what you … Continue reading

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HEARTS AND HUGS AND SMILES

Contrary to the collective consciousness of our age, hearts and hugs and smiles and people liking things about each other did actually exist before the advent of electronic communication. And they can still be found out there, somewhere, I’ve heard, … Continue reading

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SUMMER’S SONG OF ITSELF

I wanted to share a nice quote from William Carlos Wiliiams. But, I noticed, when referring back to the page I’d seen it on, that my brain had inadvertently changed the wording. His quote: “In the summer, the song sings … Continue reading

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