Pugs in Love

I have been laughing my butt off all afternoon after seeing this picture a friend of mine posted. I knew right away I just had to share this.

There are so many funny lines you could capture with this picture. The cleanest of which is what I used – PUGS IN LOVE.  The looks on their faces totally look as if they are being interrupted and they were caught in the act of a wonderful evening together.

I thank whoever took this picture because it is hilarious and I hope it brings a smile and some laughter to your life as well. ….  Feel free to suggest captions as well if you want. OMG, I’m still laughing….

Little Old Man & Eskimos

We are on a roll now, T minus 22 days until our laugh a day begins.

True Story:

Little old white haired man waddles up to the returns desk when I worked at Home Depot. Real seriously he looks at me and asks “Why do Eskimo’s wash their clothes in Tide”. I look at the other person up there with me, we both shrug and go, “we don’t know, why?”

The little old man says “Because it’s too cold out tide”

Then he turns around and waddles away…..

Now for those of you who might be joked challenged, not only is the behavior of the little man funny, but this has been one of my favorite jokes.  In Tide (inside) too cold Out Tide (outside).  LOL. Still makes me laugh just typing it. I’ll always remember that little white haired man.

Bet You Thought I Forgot… T minus 24 days

OK, so I will have to come up with a plan. Cuz I’m still in my count down phase of a Laugh a Day and I almost missed today and I’m only on my second day of trying. (Stop laughing at me! – I know, I’m a slacker)

Hopefully yesterday everyone at least hummed Grandma Got Ran Over by a Reindeer. Or at least thought about it.  (don’t know what i’m talking about? Obviously, someone hasn’t read yesterday’s post – off to the blog corner for you!)

Today, I will apologize in advance for not being at the top of my humor / sarcastic game. I will try and redeem myself tomorrow. But in order to comply with my own challenge I must supply at least one smile or laugh before I lay my head down to sleep. So, I thought I would share something I get to see every night before I go to bed. It is just one part of a ritual that goes on in my house. I’m going to save the whole ritual for a different day (since obviously I will need a lot of material to get me through 2012.      😉

But it always ends with someone ending up like this…..

          Now come on, you know it makes you smile!


~~~~~~~~~~ More tomorrow~~~~~~~~~~~~

Let the count down begin…

Hmm, so I suppose I should ride the laughter wave as I have it going. Should our souls be denied the humor it so craves until 1/1/2012? I say NO! I say we count down until our 365 days of laughter.

Day -25 – Yep negative 25 days to go.

And being that it is the holidays, and if you are like me, those Christmas songs everyone keeps playing are getting old already and we still have the rest of the month to go! (for some reason radio stations feel the need to stretch this out till New Years for some gosh awful reason.)

Soooo, for a good laugh, I think everyone should just sing “Grandma Got Ran Over by a Reindeer” over and over all day long. At first people will sing or hum with you. But then after about the 387th time hearing you sing it, they will scream really loud, run out the room and swear off Holiday Jingles for the rest of the year. Ok, I tease, maybe not the rest of the year, but you might just get an hour or two reprieve. And honestly, every little bit helps.

Till negative day 24….


SING IT!   Do it!      Now!      Save the world!        Save your sanity!      Save my sanity! 


Laughter or/a Smile: Some days are harder than others

I have a motto in life, laugh every day. No matter how bad you feel, no matter how much the world sucks, without laughter you feel no hope. For laughter is hope in disguise.  But what about those days you feel no ray of hope?

Those are the most important days to find a smile no matter how small or how quick it goes by. For that brief moment of laughter is sometimes the glue that gets you through your day, reminds you that it will be ok.

I promise you have that moment even if you don’t recall when it happened. Maybe it was an ant trying to carry a load to big, maybe it was a little boy telling him mommy he was big enough to tie his own shoes, or maybe it was an older couple riding in on their Harley with Santa Hats on their Helmets and the white ball flapping around.

You may not remember the little smile or chuckle, but it was there. And it was in that moment that you felt alive and it might be ok. Your conscious might not remember it, but your subconscious does.

When I challenge you to smile each day, all I’m asking is for you try and consciously feel the warmth of the smile. Even for that brief moment. The hope it gives will last longer. And don’t we all deserve a little hope even in our darkest days?


(Wow, and not one sarcastic moment in that! – Whoops! till I typed that.  LOL  – oh well, guess I was just trying to give you your one brief moment of laughter – Cuz you know you just smiled!)  


Committing to 365 Days of Laughing – Will You Join Me?

As 2011 comes to a close, I’ve begun thinking about what my 2012 New Year’s Resolution will be.

I don’t drink or smoke so giving those up would make me an instant winner in the “did she keep her resolution” game. Gold star for me already! I rock!

I could always do the old standby of losing weight. But let’s face it – in a few weeks in I’d want a Coke & a scoop of ice cream. Who am I kidding; I’ll cave to both of those in less than 24 hours.

I could be determined to be less of a procrastinator – but I’d just put it off.

Then I thought, hey, I could be less sarcastic to those I love – but then I realized that was like asking me not to breathe. Besides, my family and friends hardly hear from me now, if I stopped being sarcastic with them, they’d never hear from me.

So I have decided to share with you my wonderful readers the one thing that keeps me going each and every day. Laughter. You see, I have committed to laughing every day no matter what. So my New Year’s Resolution will be sharing one thing each day of the year that made me laugh or I found funny.

I’d love it, if after you read my daily laugh, you would maybe leave a post or comment on one thing that made you laugh or smile that day. Let’s dedicate 2012 to making each other smile a little more in this fucked up world.   🙂

(Yeah, that whole giving up swearing resolution obviously wasn’t going to work either)

So hear is to more laughter in all our lives in 2012~

Drats, I just realized next year is leap year, now I’ll have to stretch my self to come up with 366!  LOL……..


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