In my laundream, my mother still does my laundry
… and sews on the occasional button.
note: are dryer lint filters “laundreamcatchers“?
… they are about as useful. hee hee!
double note: lint always reminds me of this old post. Don’t worry, it’s not a picture of an old post from a fence or anything. … but wouldn’t that be cool!
Today I scared kids by singing “It’s a Small World” in a high pitched creepy voice … and mimicking small zombie children, from all around the world, trying to kill them. Disney should really make a movie like that!
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When I ate grapefruit as a kid my mother used to cut each segment away from the peel, so it was easy for me to eat.
She was pretty non-judgemental when I piled on the sugar too!
I’d like to thank her for that.
Hey! It’s not like she peeled all my bananas for me or anything!
If you feel that way about it, go find your own mother!
note: if I didn’t have a mother, I’d wish I’d never been born.
double note: I’m sure if I was born again, I’d be a born-again atheist.
triple note: Matt Damon has been Bourne again a few times now!
quadruple note: are there any born-again Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, Jews, …
… or are only Christians allowed to do that?
quintuple note: being a “died-again something” isn’t as catchy as that “born-again” stuff.
sextuple note: sheep probably “dye-in-the-wool” more than most animals.
Today was relaxative … I ate a lot of corn last night.
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Do you know how to stop people from lying?
Use a “defibrillator” on them.
It would also give new meaning to “getting a paddling”.
note: lie detector – another word for mother.
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