Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
"Hige sceal þe heardra, heorte þe cenre, mod sceal þe mare, þe ure mægen lytlað…"
RX: "Hey... Do you smell anything funny?"Me: "What, like a dead clown?"
Or a clown with bad hygeine.
Is it evil of me to enjoy dead clowns?
Depends on how you enjoy them.
Funny-strange or funny-funny?
Only funny clown is a dead clown.So, yeah.
All dead clowns are funny. Even the ones you build yourself
OK, enjoying dead clowns might be right out.
Dead clown or smelly hippie? What are Dead Clowns #Occupying this year?
"Clowns? ...Send 'em right in."
You know, you get a funny smell if/when mice get into the house, and fall is a prime time for rodent invasions.The smell gets a tad bit stronger if they fall victim to a trap. Especially if you don't check the trap in the first three or four weeks. Don't ask me how I know.Error analysis often includes statements like, "Huh. I forgot about that trap."* I prefer the plastic-permanent-bait Victor brand traps. Because if one mouse comes in, others often follow the trail. I wash my hands after unloading and resetting the trap. Every time. They work for years. I tried a different brand, and they don't seem to last or catch the wandering rodent. Or baby snake like the one in the barn; I turned it loose to keep eating bugs and such.
Brad, are you one of us people with Aspie tendencies? I mean, you didn't go with the jokes, but immediately started logically analysing the situation.
Justthisguy,Um, I blame that on Skip.Skip pointed out to me that there is no humor without pain. I haven't looked at humor or "funny" or jokes the same since then.Joy, the curious delight of tangles of meaning, those I find enjoyable. And I almost *have* to get the jokes, in order to wend a way around them so consistently.Enjoy!
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