! I’m in the right-frame of mind for some humour.
I think neither side of my brain is dominant. They both take the backseat
The only other “People” I know who are always looking for a brain are Zombies. hm.
They don’t care if it’s in working order.
Rev. Spooner had a bright rain.
Looks like Scarecrow left his brain behind, right?
I’ll get you Steve Lukather,,, your little dog too!
My problem is that neither side of my brain is dominant in the morning, but they both become dominant with a 1/2 hour left of work.
Some in the class knew beforehand that the scarecrow would fail – but the lion didn’t have the courage and the Tin-man didn’t have the heart to tell him.
Nice to see Toto there!
I’ve never really believed in the whole “left brain logical/right brain creative” nonsense.
My neurons are teasing my morons, but I have them both fooled: I’m watching the Klingons!
In the Scarecrow’s case, it’s “Hayfoot, Strawfoot”… ;-)
took a lot of effort to get that punchline … well worth it, too!
This screening test was taken pre-wizard…
Did Toto eat his own Homework?
I’m surprised the Lion had the Courage and that the Tin Man had the Heart to take the quiz.
“If I only had … the answers.”
Ummm…(D) – none of the above?
Am I the only one hearing “Oz never did give nothing to the Tin Man…”?
What? Is the Wizard too tenured to teach?
What did you learn today Dorothy?
Is she a good witch or a bad witch???
I think as far as brains, the scarecrow drew the short straw…
She should have submitted a Strawman to her Principle on this one.
I’m of two minds on this.
That’s the last straw