Archive | January, 2009

Walks into a Bar Jokes

January 31, 2009

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Walks into a Bar Jokes

Well, it’s Sunday again, so Lauren is letting me post something. It turns out that “Walks into a bar” jokes are my favorite sort of joke. Here are a few to get started, but feel free to play along. The first one is my very favorite. I tell it to my 7th grade math class […]

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Comfy.

January 30, 2009

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I went to the doctor today about my stupid voice, and he set up an appointment with an ENT in Lincoln.  They’re going to stick a camera in my nose!  (Do you think I’ll be able to post a picture of that?)  Anyway, I asked my doctor if I should keep taking the rest of […]

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Solved.

January 29, 2009

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I have three pairs of ‘good’ jeans.  (I don’t count my painting jeans or fleecy jeans as ‘good’, just ‘useful’.)  They are all the same brand, same style, but bought at different times.  One pair is getting old , one pair is so-so, and one pair is way too short, but works when I’m just […]

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Sleeping cold.

January 28, 2009

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Sleeping cold.

I’m sorry for another doodle, but I really just needed some kind of lead-in to show you this video. I lay perfectly still when I sleep. Seriously, it’s the rare night that I turn over even once. It also makes me a very considerate sleeper because I never steal the covers. Lloyd, however, tosses and […]

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Say the nice thing.

January 27, 2009

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Say the nice thing.

A friend and I have been talking about giving compliments, and how they might be taken in an awkward way, but I’m going with  –  just say the nice thing.  You might feel strange, but it’s got to have a good result most of the time. Case in point:  We had a little get-together at […]

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Recapturing lost youth.

January 26, 2009

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When I grew up, our bathroom had two fantastic features. One was a flip-out stepstool that my dad built for us, and the second was a special faucet that you could turn and it would become a drinking fountain.   (I would also stand on that stepstool and do Noxema commercials in the mirror, but that’s […]

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