Posts Tagged ‘Silly’

Bad Rhyme, Good Advice

July 8, 2021
To truly be counted among the wise,
you first have to take your own ad-vise.

– Robert Alan (I think. It sounds familiar, so I may have just heard it somewhere a long time ago.)

Okay, I Admit It. I Just Wanted To Do One More Socksy Joke

June 28, 2021

This morning L’s Mother and I accidently put on almost identical outfits (Which, now that I type that out, I realize that could be the lead in for much better jokes than the one I’m about to tell), except that she was wearing socks and I wasn’t (Hmmm . . . that too, come to think of it.). But this didn’t surprise me any.

She’s always been the socksy one around here.

Try Not To Force Things, Maybe?

November 16, 2020

It’s silly, I know, but after years of hearing Star Wars references, I’ve started to wonder what you’re supposed to do when the Force isn’t with you . . .

My Thought Process For THIS Day

July 14, 2020

I need to use the bathroom, but I know L’s Mother is running a bath in the closest bathroom. No problem, I’ll just use the back bathroom.

*Walks past the closest bathroom and sees the door is open* Oh, she’s not in the bath yet! I’ll just nip in and use this one then . . .

*Steps into the bathroom and sees the toilet seat is on fire*(1)

I . . . think I’ll just use the back bathroom instead.


(1) Okay, not literally, but there IS a huge candle burning on top of the toilet seat in anticipation of the bath to come.

If She’s Going To Wear It, It Should At Least Look Good On Her

January 8, 2020

I suspect I have already made abundantly clear my feelings regarding the girls’ love of dressing up the dog, but if you need clarification, suffice it to say that I don’t approve, but I recognize that my approval is not required.  Even so, as I watch the dog prance around (and seemingly happily so, I will reluctantly admit) in a frilly canine “party dress,” I remind myself that it really could be worse.

At least she’s not wearing the dress that makes her look frumpy.

And Now On A Lighter Note

December 16, 2019

Recently it occured to me that eating a second breakfast can be hobbit forming.

Now To Finish The Story

June 5, 2019

I never was sure I saw knives in the “play fighting” incident any more than I was sure the first time I was “preceded” was anything more than a wild coincidence, but coincidence or not, eventually my friend and I decided we’d had enough of this car in front of us.  Up until this point we’d been politely following the rules of the road regarding turn signals and the like (This will make more sense when you realize the town we lived in at the time was comparatively small, and we knew the equally small police force at least by name, and one of the officers in particular took a personal joy in pulling over teenage drivers if you gave him any excuse.), but the next chance we saw we pulled off a sudden ninety degree turn that risked violating the laws of physics, if nothing else, and that was that.  We never saw the car again.

Was it a coincidence?   Probably, but I’ve always thought the simple fact that we even considered the possibility that we were being deliberately preceded said volumes about us, good and bad.

He Didn’t

June 4, 2019

So to those who told me yesterday that they felt like yesterday’s post was the lead up to a horror story, that was exactly what I was feeling at the time.  My friend, on the other hand, was less convinced, but he was like that.  He tended to assume “harmless playing around” in situations where my assessment was . . . different.

For instance, one time we were at a concert and, with a big grin on his face, he pointed out the two guys “play fighting” some distance from us.

“Man, I love doing things like that to mess with people in crowds!” he chortled.

Narrowing my eyes, I focused on the distant spectacle as best I could.  “When you do it, do you use knives like I’m pretty sure these guys are?” I asked.

When You Think You’re Just Being Weird, And The Universe Decides To Be Weirder

June 3, 2019

To give you an idea of the twists and turns my mind can make, once I was out driving with a friend, and after a while the continued presence of the car in front of us began to offend us in a tongue-in-cheek sort of way.  (It wasn’t a very busy road as a rule.)  We eventually laughingly concluded that the car was “obviously preceding us” (similar to following us, but doing it in front of us instead of behind us),  and therefore we made a series of random turns onto side roads to get them to “stop it.”

This was funny until the third time they obligingly made the same turn right before we did . . .

Lala Thought This Was Hilarious

December 20, 2018

While at Disney World, Lala and L’s Mother meet a few princesses, one of them being Ariel.  Ariel took one look at Lala and said, “I thought *I* had long hair; you couldn’t get a dinglehopper through that . . . you’d have to use my father’s trident!”