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Category Archives: humor
How does soap work? Do the soap molecules surround and grab and pinch the dirt molecules off your skin molecules? Do the dirt molecules scream in protest, but they’re just too small for us to hear?
Has my new guinea pig Mullet ever had an orgasm? If she hasn’t, does she know what she’s missing?
How does the woman who does my wash & fold at the laundromat not know what pants creases are? Don’t women just know that kind of thing?
How come the food you make with old bread – bread pudding, croutons – tastes better than new bread? Is “fresh” bread the green olives of the baking world?
Thomas Edison coined the word “Hello” –
Lionel Richie perfected it.
The Middle English term for Middle English is English.
Enrico Fermi’s famous “G.I. Corollary” can basically be expressed as:
electrons are to protons as Ginger is to Mary Ann.
Further translation work revealed “To Serve Man”
wasn’t a cookbook as originally thought –
it was a tennis guide for 500 ft. tall aliens.
Every day I write a lot. At work, of course, and on the internet even on the weekends – plenty of tweets; and posting comments on political, sociological and philosophical blogs; and erotic roleplay in online chat.
Today a hashtag came to my attention Twitter: #sadmusicals. Here are a few I posted –
A funny Thing Happened on the Way to Reading Penthouse Forum
Porgy and Bess Truman
That is all for today
Omg is the periodic table symbol
for the element of surprise.
Ironically, despite having written books including
The Grapes of Wrath and Tortilla Flats
John Steinbeck was not considered a very good cook.
After his death
Alfred E. Neuman’s wife admitted
he did, in fact, worry.