Friday, December 17, 2010

Random Thoughts III - Last for 2010

Gotta believe you're overdue for another installment of these.


Part the Last

Ambiguity: What happens in vagueness stays in vagueness.

An apple a day still leaves you 2-4 servings short of your daily fruit recommendation.

My daughter gave up dating; said she was going on a boycott.

Why does it take a properly prepared and primed surface to paint a wall, but if some spills onto the floor, it's there for life?

If a minister runs out of bread during Communion, is that considered an "out-of-Body" experience?

It's good to have self-confidence. It's better to have a reason for it.

My life story has a superb cast, but I'm still trying to figure out the plot.

You can give without loving but you cannot love without giving.

I had to stop driving my car for awhile. The tires got dizzy.

Why are semi-trucks bigger than regular trucks?

If a General is higher in rank than a Major, why is a major illness worse than a general illness?

Do cows have calf muscles?

Can bald people get a hairline fracture?

What do the French say when they use bad words? Pardon my English?

Why do we call the elderly old people but you never hear someone call kids new people?

Can a pig pull a hamstring?

[selected, stolen, swiped, swindled, snapped up, and snazzily copied from Mental Floss, Mikey's Funnies, Good Clean Funnies List, Stephen Wright, Sermon Fodder and the mind of Mark Raymond]


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