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Friday, January 20, 2017

FRIDAY FUNNIES

Oh, darn, sorry I'm late with this.


I got an email from a friend a while ago.

It said "Geez.  I didn't realize that we live in such a s*** hole until just a few minutes ago.  I think I'm afraid to go outside."


Apparently this year's election has even divided some families.



Oh well, we have a new president.

Let's just get over it and get on with our lives.



And remember, we need to concentrate on more imminent dangers - there's snow in the forecast.


All right.

Everybody get the picture?


I give up.

Listen up, Gentle Readers.

Please go out there and have an excruciatingly fab weekend and give yourselves a break: keep laughing!

Here, kitty-kitty . . . Hey, where's the dog?


18 comments:

  1. The science teacher one's my favourite!

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  2. Apparently, Inauguration Speech Borrows Line from Batman Villain Bane.

    sigh.

    Sending more $to DNP and ACLU and PP.

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  3. Well, I appreciate your "optimism," but we have four years of hell to look forward to and it's going to leave this country a smoking mess if he's able to process even a small portion of his promises. This day brings new meaning to "sick to my stomach."

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  4. Ditto for the science teacher!

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  5. Ha! Now I need to go check Mrs. Chatterbox's pincushion to see if it looks like me.

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  6. For some reason some of your frames were empty.
    We need chuckles. Today is a dark passage in American history.

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    1. Hmmm, all okay here. Try going directly to the site.

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  7. looks like you have your blog set for "agree with me or else mode" well, peace to you, but my hometown is still ravished by Clinton and Obama policies.

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    1. ming, I don't have my blog set for anything. Sorry about your hometown, wherever it is.

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    2. Thank you, really, I look at my town and am heart broken, we had at least five manufacturing plants going strong. and now, nothing, no work, no hope, would you have not voted for Trump in the same circumstances?? We have lost our manufacturing to countries who have no pollution, and labor laws, simply because the elite can rake in more money more money, is that what America should be??/

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    3. You do realize that usa job loss has been in the works for 30/40 years and is due to technology, military and universities, on a global scale and cannot be blamed on any one party. Reagan was as much a part of it as clinton, both Bushes and many others including major businesses.

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  8. You outdid yourself today, Bruce. They're ALL top shelf...Kudos!

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  9. Hmm...I might take up sewing, just for the pincushion.

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  10. you do that, while Chinese peasants make needles for you while they work fourteen hours a day and live on noodles.

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  11. Thankfully, there was "Masters Snooker" on the box, plus other programmes to which I was not averse. Hence I did not need to travel to Canada to watch that "ceremony" from afar, or even watch it at all!

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