Give ‘em a mile, they’ll take an inch
Give ‘em my job, you’ll feel the pinch
They may work for cheap
But you’re in too deep
You’re a mean one, Mr. Grinch.
With turkey, pie, and yams
It’s not complete without the hams
I had to indulge
And I’ll notice the bulge
‘Till I shed a few dozen kilograms!
Happy Thanksgiving to Mike Lester and all his thoughtful followers.
Thou his statue isn’t quite demure
We all love reading Mike du Jour
With Thanksgiving on the way
And eating all day
On turkey and fixings, for sure!
There once was a poet from Japan
Whom folks said his lines did not scan
He said they’re amiss
The answers like this
I just try to put as many words in the last line as I absolutely, positively can.
Truly peace of mind (ignorance is bliss), at least until the next time the phone rings. ’Nuff said…
“Picasso, like great art (or halibut), has both of his eyes on one side of his head. He is insecure, a little shy and easily hypnotized by shiny objects and infomercials.” – https://www.washingtonpost.com/syndication/comics/mike-du-jour/?name=mike_du_jour
Rose is a true multitasker, with her priorities in the right order.
This is truly the most adorable comic I’ve seen. My wife and I start every day with Rose is Rose, and next year marks our 50th anniversary.
I get 15 or 20 letters/emails/robocalls marked “FINAL NOTICE,” all from the same place. I’m tempted to ask them to make good on their promise, but that would just get me 20 more final notices.
Back in 1988, our choir chipped in and bought our new priest a new Yamaha violin, but without the extended warranty. I wonder if he’s getting robocalls on it!
Now I see where this arc is going. It’s hilarious and pathetic. Here’s the direct link:
Lately our robocall blocker has been getting most of these (yea)!