Archive for ‘Laugh of the Day’

November 6, 2012

Laugh of the day – Princess wordplay

I saw this sign posted outside someone’s garage today:

Princess parking only.  All others will be toad.


October 17, 2012

Laugh of the day – October 17, 2012

For all you gardeners out there….

"Pickles" cartoon by Brian Crane, October 17, 2012


October 6, 2012

Chuckle of the day – Today’s hippies are so restrained and practical!

I smiled after reading this passage in Vanessa Farquharson‘s book Sleeping Naked is Green:  How an Eco-Cynic Unplugged her Fridge, Sold her Car, and Found Love in 366 Days.  It’s a tongue-in-cheek description of the modern-day environmental movement:

Back in the sixties, hippies went all out — burning bras, getting high, tossing beer bottles or bricks into the toilet tank to save water.  But today’s hippies don’t have the same edge:  they’d never burn a bra because that would be a waste and pollute the air; they’d never drop acid or smoke anything other than organic weed because that would be putting unnecessary toxins into their bodies, which by the way are sacred; and they’d rather install a proper dual-flush toilet than use a brick as the latter could corrode the plumbing and is probably better off donated to Habitat for Humanity anyway.

Kind of true, isn’t it?  😉

July 31, 2012

Laugh of the day – July 31, 2012

For all you bookworms out there. 😉


Speed Bump comic for July 31, 2012.

Source:  Speed Bump by Dave Coverly.


July 9, 2012

Laugh of the day – July 9, 2012

This one is for my vampire-crazy friend (you know who you are)!


Sherman's Lagoon comic strip for July 9, 2012

June 26, 2012

Laugh of the day – June 26, 2012

Observed on the street:

A pre-schooler to his mother, as they walk towards Shoppers Drug Mart:  “Is that the Band-Aid store?”

Life’s necessities are so much simpler when you’re four years old 🙂

June 18, 2012

Laugh of the day – June 18, 2012

Courtesy of Dilbert on June 13, 2012:


Dilbert comic from June 13, 2012


Remember, regardless of “what other people think,” your own perspective is unique and always worth sharing.   Speak loud and speak proud!  🙂