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Friday, January 4, 2019

THE FRIDAY FUNNIES

I had planned today's post for some time, just waiting for the holidays to be over.

But when I opened my friend Tom's post this morning I was amazed at what my eyes beheld.

So I swiped this photo of Tom, on the left, with some of his friends recently to lead this off.


And now . . the Friday Funnies!








Okay, I've had my fun.

Now, only a little alliteration, just literally have a lovely weekend.

And always remember to keep laughing!

Here, kitty-kitty . . .

(Ouch!)


11 comments:

robin andrea said...

These are very funny. The world really does look like that these days. We haven't quite adapted to it with our phone and don't plan to.

L Lewis said...

Ah, Moses. How clever is that? I must say I am forced to use my phone at this point in my life, but won't always be. Like when I am living off the grid with a donkey in the middle of NM . . .

joeh said...

If I leave home and forget my phone, I will turn around and get it, never mind for 40 years I drove all over the place and never had a phone. Of course if I had to call someone I could borrow another phone, but I don't know any numbers.

Sharon Anck said...

I LOVE this one. It's funny and oh so true at the same time. And, that picture of your friends is a perfect addition.

The Bug said...

Oh my gosh - this is ME. I carry my phone everywhere I go, and if I feel the least bit bored I start playing a word game. It really is an addiction. I might need some sort of intervention!

Steve Reed said...

I love the one about Moses! I try really hard NOT to look at my phone. I check it a couple of times a day but otherwise it's in my pocket. My e-mail can wait.

RedPat said...

Your friend's pic is perfect for your theme! Thanks again for the chuckles!

William Kendall said...

The expression of utter contempt from those cats is perfect!

Val said...

I'll take your word for it that those cats are not looking at a phone, watching YouTube videos.

Haddock said...

I like that Moses downloading one.....

Tom said...

This humour and its subject must be universal.