Spring break in our house meant free camping and trout fishing trips to the nearby national forest whether we wanted to go, or not.
This goes a long way toward explaining dogs’ fascination with socks.
That’s got to be a Dagwood.
Drive In movies might work.
Substitute something else for cupcakes, and someone else for Bea.
Maybe she sat on the table.
Murphy’s (1st) Law – “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.” Gumperson’s Law is a variation – “The probability of something happening is inversely proportional to its desirability.”
First, you have to catch them. Neats are pretty slippery.
Not quite the internet but maybe worse. At work, we transitioned from Polaroids to 35 mm (the film had to sent out for development, and the images attached to individual files) When the whole company computerized, we got our first digital cameras. They were handed out on a Friday and we were instructed to practice using them over the weekend. One of the guys decided to have his wife help him practice. On Monday, after using his camera to snap images of damaged cars, he uploaded his work to the company’s server – but he forgot to delete his Saturday night play date images. The uproar made it all the way to the Home office.
Howdy Doodly Do. Would anyone like any toast?