Good for a giggle

Kid-Like

“Mom, why do my eyes squint when I eat something sour?”

“It’s because of a pucker reflex.”

“Do you want some (Sour Skittles)?”

“No thanks, I don’t really like candy.”

“Mom, you’re not very kid-like.”

“I wasn’t very kid-like when I was a kid.”

“I’m a little kid-like, and a little not.”

“Yeah.”

“The kids on my bus are very kid-like. They had a burping contest this morning.”

“Can any of them burp the alphabet?”

“One kid got to ‘k’.”

“Not bad.”

By |2008-01-29T13:16:08-05:00May 29th, 2007|.Cait and Me, Funnies|11 Comments

Are Bull Terriers Good With Children?

I know. What am I doing including an article on Bull Terriers? I thought you could use a good chuckle. That and a good friend of mine breeds them. Try substituting your breed’s name and see how much of it would apply to your beloved–unless, of course, you have one of the smaller, delicate breeds.

The following story titled “Are Bull Terriers Good With Children?” by Peggy Arnaud appeared in The Bull Terrier Club Of South Australia magazine in February 1994.

“Haven’t we all been asked this question many times [are bull terriers […]

By |2016-10-24T09:56:56-04:00April 10th, 2007|Dogs in General, Funnies|19 Comments

You Know You Want To

My daughter is doing a jig, jumping on her bed in her pajamas, and singing, You know you want to… Uh huh, uh huh. Her arms are flailing around up over her head as if raised in a Hallelujah chorus.

I’m laughing so hard, I momentarily forget how tired I am.

Cait wants me to tickle her. As I’ve mentioned before, we’ve had nearly nightly tickle fights since she’s been a baby. But, tonight, I’m just plain too tired. I’ve been up since 3:00 A.M. Kiera’s been going through a bout of health issues. As this is the third “incident”, and since trouble supposedly comes in three’s, I’m hoping we’re home-free for a while.

But I digress. Cait is desperate to be […]

By |2008-01-29T13:19:52-05:00February 26th, 2007|.Cait and Me, Funnies|12 Comments

Go To The Dark!

I needed to get a tool out of the garage to finish a project I was working on. As I turned on the light, there was a bat flying low and circling around the garage. Then it starting flying around the light. I quickly opened the garage door, waved my arms and yelled, “No, not the light! Go to the dark! Go to the dark!”

Guess it’s all a matter of perspective…

By |2008-01-29T13:22:38-05:00December 7th, 2006|Funnies, Life, Nature|3 Comments