Okay, so I was out mowing the lawn, and as I usually do, I listen to music. Usually loud, and with the headphones set so that they blank out the background noise so I don’t hear the sound of the mower. Anyway, one of Mary’s songs came on and I started singing along and crying … which, you can imagine, is a really bad combination on the back of a power mower. It was Melissa Etheridge, Like the Way I do. A real power ballad. Well, I was crying so hard that I couldn’t see where I was going and … well … I hit the house. Thankfully, it was on the brick part, with the tires so no damage, but I guess the thud was loud enough that Izzy was startled enough inside and the dogs were going nuts. She came outside to find me crying on the back of the lawnmower … not my best look. LOL! We both sat out there and laughed for about 5 minutes. She went in to calm down the dogs and I finished mowing the lawn without further incident.
Mary … this one is for you!
Just when you think that food can NOT possibly call you on the phone, BOOM!
Let’s do a real quick one of these PSA’s. I found this on one of the Air Force Emergency Management Boards that I belong to and found it quite informative.
I found this really cool lightning background, set the timer on my cell phone and propped it up on a chair and then jumped up in the air when the timer went off to get this picture. Actually, I had to try seven times before I got THIS picture. (I didn’t keep the other six) Looks cool, right?
So, now these next batch of pictures are all from the same source, as you’ll be able to tell from the first picture — and they’re all from Stephanie.
Now…wasn’t that a twisted collection of …fish? Whatever they were. LOL! Thanks Steph!
Another “Pet Day” picture. Here’s Harold, with his pet Lisa.
If a child can work a tablet, phone, or game they can work a broom, mop, and dishes!
So…Sasquatch and I started an email conversation that worked its way around to redheads, and, well…I’ll let you join the conversation with that knowledge
Sasquatch: Trouble seems to be a guiding light sometimes…or is it just cute redheads? Maybe one and the same.
Impish: In my experience, cute redheads are ALWAYS trouble.
Sasquatch: Well, they say well behaved women rarely make history. My history with redheads does indicate that they are memorable.
Impish: Yup, mine have been…historic as well.
And then Sasquatch sent along these 3 Memes…
Yeah, that’s pretty much been my experience…
Never been with a blonde for very long, but they’ve been … fun, brunettes have screwed me over twice, but the third time was definitely the charm, (maybe ’cause there was a bit of redhead in there) and the couple of redheads in my life have scared hell out of me.
I do that now.
Tesla is truly smart technology!!
I bought a new Tesla!! It’ll run on an electrical charge. Had to go back to the dealer yesterday because I couldn’t get the radio to work. The service technician explained that the radio was voice-activated. “Nelson,” the technician said to the radio.
The radio replied, “Ricky or Willie?”
“Willie” he continued and “On The Road Again” flowed from the speakers. Then he said, “Ray Charles”, and in an instant “Georgia On My Mind” replaced Willie Nelson.
I drove away so happy and for the next few days every time I’d say, “Beethoven” I’d get beautiful classical music, and if I said, “Beatles” I’d get one of their awesome songs.
Well, yesterday, this woman ran a red light and nearly smashed into my new Tesla, but luckily, I swerved in time to avoid her. I yelled at her, “Crazy Bitch”!
The radio replied, “Hillary, Maxine, Kamala, Warren, AOC, or Pelosi?”
God, I love this car!
Okay, that’s disgusting!
So, is that too much TP?
And how about some mail…or comments real quick?
Dragon Laffs #2011
When I sent three of my family the Spuddle definition, my brother came back with: “I’m in a muddled spuddle every day at my hovel” I have seen coaches in a a muddled spuddle in a huddle . . . there for awhile, it looked as if that also was the Russian forces!
Good word usage and good sentence structure. B+
Dragon Laffs #2012
Hang in there, Impish. We need you!
Thanks Cynical John, I’m trying my best, brother. I get to finally see my counselor tomorrow, while you guys are reading this and I did get to talk to my doctor and get put on some antidepressants, I’ll let you know how that works out.
Dragon Laffs #2012
Centurion, Gauteng, South Africa
Thanks Wouter from Centurion, Gauteng, South Africa. That is way cool! Man, we have readers from all over the friggin’ WORLD!!!!! Ain’t that sumpin’! Regards right back atcha!
Dragon Laffs #2012
What do I always say . . . .? “There is good in all things.”
Yesterday, my husband re-lit the water heater, but it was leaking so bad, it just put it out.
The good? Hey, I am not in hot water!
Why do I feel like there should be a rimshot meme after that last one?
Dragon Laffs #2013
I find most hunters tend to disappear when in response they hear banjo music music. 😄 On a more serious note, is the blonde with the spray tan available? Not sure how she can balance on such small feet but I’m willing to work with her.
Will make inquires regarding blonde. And yes, hunters and banjo music do seem to have bad history.
And that does it for the mail for today.
A couple of more weird rooms thanks to Stephanie.
So, I got into a taxi this morning and the driver said, “Do you mind if I put on some music?”
I said, “No, not at all.”
He said, “Kiss?”
I replied, “Let’s just start with the music and see how we feel after that.”
I don’t know if I could take a dump in what I imagine is supposed to be Donald Duck’s mouth…
Feelin’ awful hampsterish…
Yesterday I completed a chore I’ve been putting off for 4 months.
It took me 20 minutes.
I will learn nothing from this.
And to add insult to injury, it looks like he’s talking on his phone!
Why? Just, Why?
And THAT seems like the perfect END to today’s issue. Thanks again for all your help and input to today’s edition of Dragon Laffs. I couldn’t have done it without you. Love and happiness to you all.
Had to buy a new water heater, which my husband has done many times over the years, hauled it home and installed it.
I told him he is too old, so this time, have them deliver and put in. They said $900 for heater, $700 for install.
$3,099.00 later, we learned the codes had changed over the years he did it himself, now we had to put in bigger vent pipes, more earthquake straps, and other things I couldn’t understand.
I’m back in hot water . . . with the bank this time!
Miniatures . . . why? Because Barbie has to eat!
And so do Mattel employees and owners.
Hang in there, Dragon.
Love and respect from Australia. ❤