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Friday, July 31, 2020

THE FRIDAY FUNNIES

Well isn't this jolly?


Yeah, I know.

Phoenix set a new record for the date yesterday: 117 degrees!

I think it only got to 103 here in the Central Highlands.

And we still have August to live through.

Nevertheless, SWMBO decided to go out alone to a store for the first time since mid-March.

Actually she only went to the garden shop but she came home with a potted wisteria vine and a trunkload of other heavy stuff for me to cart around to the back yard.

More on that in the ensuing days.

But for now, let's look at your weekly dose of the bright side of life.









O.K. dat's enough uh-dat!

Have a spectacular, toasty, maybe watermelon-fueled weekend, everyone, and always remember to keep laughing.

Here, kitty-kitty . . .


12 comments:

LL said...

Oh, man! What a great lineup! Brain Freeze!

BootsandBraids said...

Going to be 107 here, hottest it's ever been. So that poem about summer, yes.

robin andrea said...

Thank you for the laughs.
You remind me of the one summer I spent in Phoenix. It's probably why I now live on the California north coast where it was 53 degrees here this morning and foggy. Cool, very cool.

William Kendall said...

Red Riding Hood wasn't the brightest bulb.

Tom Cochrun said...

Thanks for the smiles. And Watermelon sounds great.

Jager said...

I'm so old the Oldies stations don't play music from when I was in high school it's too damn old!

RedPat said...

Thanks for that! You had a couple of real groaners there today!

Val said...

I didn't see that Sweet Carol line comin'! The look on the Oldies cat is the look I had when a convenience store clerk called me MA'AM for the first time!

The Bug said...

These were all great. Once again I had trouble picking a favorite, but the geezers & sweet Carol line are the winners this week. Ha!

Beach Bum said...

My music being played in the Oldie station was definitely unsettling. Frankly, I find it hard to grasp that we're living in 2020.

Sharon said...

Another weekend is slipping away and I somehow missed the Friday Funnies. Since I really don't have anything else to do, it is a bit unbelievable that I missed it. However, not to worry. I found it this morning. I love the poem, it fits perfectly. And I'm right there with that bee looking for Sting. I could listen to Sting every day. I've seen a few geezers go off so that is a scary thing to encounter. As usual, loved them all.

Jenny Woolf said...

Sometimes I feel I really need a teeshirt like that.