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“High class” problems… More high class problems…

Yum…

Yeah, you have to be of a certain age…

I knew they were smart…

Uh, “research” what, exactly?

Gooooood question…

Boy did we miss a good opportunity…

As I understand it, they went on strike until they got different color uniforms…

This is known as “progress”…

So is this…

Uh, yesterday?

Me too…

Finally.  Something on which we can agree…

We’re going to be seeing a lot of this…

We’re already seeing a lot of this…

If all else fails, read the instructions…

It’s transformative!

Hot sex?

Who better?

Uh…

There’s always the San Andreas fault…

Ah.  That explains it…

What would we do without Oregon Officials?

Guess displaying LGBTQWERTY+ flags and the whole equity thing didn’t take…

I’m just waiting for him to transition…

If you’re a guitar player and attend a “contemporary” church, you’ll understand…

Yes.  Next question?

Let’s Go Brandon!

And in the just because it’s ridiculously cute department for this week…

We just learned Fauci absolutely lied about funding gain of function research at the Wuhan Lab.  That’s funny in a deranged sort of way.  So is the POTUS ridiculing freedom…

One of the things I miss about teaching is no longer collecting gems of unintentional humor from the writings of my students.  For your amusement, here are a few more from the past:

“I sure hope my prostrate is OK.”

“He was zoned in the ardor of the roller coaster feeling.”

“My ardor burns as bright as my pyromania.”

“I sometimes lick bronze doorknobs.”

“I asked what does ‘defenestrate’ mean as I was thrown out a window.”

If you haven’t already, consider buying a copy of License To Kill. It’s not funny, but there are some things, and some people, everyone should know.

If you get the book directly through the publisher, I’ll make a few cents more than if you get it at Amazon. It’s $17.99 at either source, and Amazon has a $4.99 Kindle edition.  Positive comments on Amazon about LTK would be great too.  Go here to comment.

I hope the Funnies are providing at least a little ray of light with which to begin the week. 

 Tactical idea: begin every parent speech before a school board with “your mere existence threatens me. I’m calling the FBI!”

As always, the Funnies will be back next Sunday, and I hope to see you here at this scruffy little blog every day.