Dragon Laffs #1992

Good Morning Campers,
It’s the weekend.  And I got nuthin’ to open with. 
We are getting weather again.  First it got warm and all the snow melted and started the flooding, then it started raining and added to the flooding, and then the rain turned to sleet and freezing rain and ice and then snow and froze all the flooding and put a nice layer of snow on top of all the frozen flooding and … well … northern Indiana is an interesting place to live right now.
Izzy Dragon has a doctor appointment and a counselor appointment back to back this afternoon so I’ll have a long boring afternoon, so I guess I really need to laugh more than most today.  If we can even get out with the ice and snow.  I guess we’ll see.  In the mean time …

Friggin’ Pete had some good advice for us for Valentine’s Day that I missed.  Wished I had seen this a couple of days ago, but it’s still good advice.

I’m not all that upset that I don’t have a Valentine on Valentine’s Day. Hell, I didn’t have a Groundhog On Groundhog’s Day either and I made it through just fine….

Really good advice.  And you know, Monday is President’s Day and we don’t have one of those, either.

Thankyouverymuch, I’ll be here all week!!!


Here’s some good advice from Joe L.  

 Hi Everyone,

I strongly suggest carefully inspecting the box of any tool. There have been a number of instances where a tool was returned and the store put it back on the shelf.

I ran into this recently at a big box store when I bought a DeWalt biscuit joiner. There was only one on the shelf and I was going to take it. The young man helping me did not care if I opened the box to check. It had wear marks on the bottom plate and one accessory was missing. They did have one more but it was on the very top of the storage shelf. He got the big ladder and got it for me. Seemed to be factory sealed so I didn’t open it. I checked it as soon as I got home and everything was fine. Correct parts were also there.

If you buy a tool, don’t just put it away in the garage. Open the box right away and make sure it looks new. If you wait a few months to do this, the store may not accept the return. Apparently, people are buying items, using them for their project and returning them. Be careful.


Good advice!  Caveat emptor!

One of the toughest jobs I EVER had.  Babysitting.

To Blame It On Someone Else
Shows Management Potential

I enjoy a glass of wine each night for its health benefits.  The other glasses are for my witty comebacks and flawless dance moves.

Just because it’s interesting and beautiful.


I have put a lot of thought into it and I just don’t think being an adult is gonna work for me.

EXERCISE makes you look better naked.
So does WINE.
Your Choice.


Especially the one that is rolling their eyes at me and talking back right now.

LAZY is such an ugly word.
I prefer the term Selective Participation.

“It’s not worth doing something unless someone, somewhere, would rather you weren’t doing it.”

I hate when people ask me what I did yesterday.  I don’t know…I breathed a lot.  Probably got mad at something…Sighed heavily.  The list goes on.

One thing no one ever talks about when it comes to being an adult, is how much time we debate keeping a cardboard box because it’s, you know… a really good box.

My theory on housework is, if the item doesn’t multiply, smell, catch fire, or block the refrigerator door, let it be.  No one else cares.  Why should you?

He was the sort of person who stood on mountaintops during thunderstorms in wet copper armor shouting, “All the Gods are bastards!”

I leave my house a mess so when friends visit they go home feeling better about their own housekeeping skills.

I’m just that good of a friend.

Saw a werewolf at the bus stop this morning, or possibly just a very hairy guy.

Either way, the silver bullets worked.

And that my dear friends is that.
May your days be filled with love and happiness.

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