With all the evil abounding in the world, and too much negativity posted on social media, we thought a little humor on facebook Friday was in order.
Today’s post is a collection of captions, quotes and memes from various sources.
We begin with a question Wilson Adams asked in the prelude to a serious post.
How many therapists does it take to change a lightbulb?
But… the light bulb has to really ‘want’ to change
Debbie Liedka Clark offered this prediction
“With the rise of self-driving vehicles, it’s only a matter of time until there’s a country song where the guy’s truck leaves him.”
Joy Kuhn shared a cartoon of a veterinarian examining a dog, and then offered this explanation to the owner.
“The barking could be boredom, fear, separation anxiety, or just wanting attention. But most likely it’s because he’s a dog.”
Diane McGregor Key revealed this concern.
“Raisin cookies that look like chocolate chip cookies are the main reason I have trust issues.”
Posted in “Funny Jokes and Humor”
Kids Laundry Rules
-Keep everything inside out
-Make sure underwear is still attached to the pants
-Never empty the pockets filled with Legos, crayons, and rocks.
Rich Trapani admitted, “When I was a little kid, I literally thought ‘This little pig when to market’ meant it went shopping.”
From Perry Hall’s facebook page
“Talked to an Alaskan who called her self a nomad. I told her she must be a very happy person because she is no-mad.”
Perryism – Many churches have clergy and lay people. We don’t have clergy but we do have lay people – during long sermons they lay down on the pew and take a nap!
Amy Holt posted a meme with the captions:
ME at 18: As long as I can get home by 4am, I can get up for work at 6am.
ME NOW: How dare you even suggest we start a movie at 8pm
Steve Wolfgang shared this quip from the American humorist, Mark Twain.
“Never argue with stupid people! They will drag you down to their level and then beat you with experience.”
Finally, there’s this martial advice found on Clean and Funny Jokes and Memes.
Husbands, if your wife does something wrong
just explain how your Mom used to do it.
She will appreciate your advice and
strive to do it more like your mother did it.
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The Preacher of old reminds us that “there is a time to laugh” (Eccl. 3:4). Hopefully, today’s post brought at least a smile to your face, and maybe a chuckle or two.
–Ken Weliever, The Preacherman
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