Cavemen must have asked “What’s burning?” before fire was invented
… and afterwards too!
note: if I was a caveman, I’d still want to live in a house; call me old fashion … or modern … but don’t call me hairy because I’d be sensitive about that.
double note: “clubbing” probably meant something different to cavemen.
triple note: coffee is fine, but coffeet would be weird.
what I’m listening to now #8: old Weezer.
Posted in comedy, funny, humor, language, life, personal, random, random thoughts, stuff, thoughts, Uncategorized, word play, wordplay, wordplay, words
Tagged before fire, cavemen, clubbing, coffee, coffeet, fire, sensitive cavemen, what's burning?
If scientists ever develop a means of bringing cavemen to life using DNA taken from caveman blood, which has been preserved inside insects encased in amber,
… it probably wouldn’t be a good idea to take them to a zoo.
Better lock those pets in the backroom too!
note: if I start cave painting now, I might be famous in 40,000 years.
double note: I bet caveman school had a lot more P.E. and less of all those other subjects … that I can’t remember now.
triple note: someone in history didn’t have grandparents … they probably had awkward situations … and no money in birthday cards.
quadruple note: cavemen probably didn’t call themselves cavemen, I bet they called each other Grock or Rraap or whatever their vocal cords could come up with.
Today a 4 year old student recognized the “free gyoza” ticket from a local ramen restaurant, I was going to give him, before I had pulled it all the way out of my wallet.
Everyone likes a freebie … age doesn’t matter.
Posted in comedy, funny, humor, language, life, personal, random, random thoughts, stuff, thoughts, Uncategorized
Tagged cave painting, cavemen, free gyoza, humor, humour, Jurassic Parkinson's disease, the first modern human probably didn't think they were so lucky
It must have been nice to be a caveman.
No one else’s shoes to fill.
note: I can barely fill my own shoes … I buy them a little bigger than I need … just in case I grow a bit more.
double note: there is always room for growth, but not growths … because that is kind of growthss.
Today my neighbour told me that the local big mountain had a lot of snow on it: we are pretty close like that.
Posted in comedy, funny, humor, language, life, personal, random, random thoughts, stuff, thoughts, Uncategorized, word play, wordplay, words
Tagged cavemen, humor, humour, running shoes, shoes to fill, stretching