Daily Archives: March 12th, 2011

Mortician

A man who just died is delivered to a local mortuary wearing an expensive, expertly-tailored black suit. The female blonde mortician asks the deceased’s wife how she would like the body dressed. She points out that the man does look good in the black suit he is already wearing. The widow, however, says that she …

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An Italian Altar Boys Confession

‘Bless me Father, for I have sinned. I have been with a loose girl’. The priest asks, ‘Is that you, little Joey Pagano ?’ ‘Yes, Father, it is.’ ‘And who was the girl you were with?’ ‘I can’t tell you, Father, I don’t want to ruin her reputation’. Well, Joey, I’m sure to find out …

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The gardener & the Maid

One chilly day, a man is working in his garden with no trousers on. “Why aren’t you wearing any pants?” a passer-by asks. “It was my wife’s suggestion,” the man replies. “Last week, I was out here with no shirt on and I got a stiff neck. —————————————————————— The Maid A maid for a wealth …

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An Australian Tale

One day a koala was sitting in a gum tree smoking a joint, when a little lizard walked past, looked up and said, ‘Hey Koala! What are you doing?’ The koala said, ‘Smoking a joint, come up and have some.’ So the little lizard climbed up and sat next to the koala where they enjoyed …

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Click the ball

The object of this fun little game is to click the ball with the mouse pointer so that it changes colour – Have fun, lol http://mazzanet.id.au/ball.php

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Elaine's Blog

Following and living in the light

Society Reviews

Film Reviews, News, And Editorials From A Conservatarian Perspective

The Geekly Blog

Reviews and Articles from a Fellow Geek!

www.mylongpubcrawl.com

LEJOG - Lands End to John O'Groats via a few pubs

The Exported Film

Movie and TV Show Reviews and Articles by Michael Colan

Jason's Movie Blog

A Movie Blog for the Latest Movie Reviews, Trailers, and More

Articles of Destroyer

"Every review deserves passionate thought."

Roqoo Depot

Where science meets science fiction.

Philip K. Dick Review

A Re-read Project

Olivia’s Liver

My Life With Liver Disease

Rabid Reader's Reviews

Book Reviews from a Reader for Readers

SPeye Joe (Welfarewrites)

Joe Halewood writes about tenant and welfare wrongs

Nature's Place

The place of Nature in the 'ordinary' Spiritual Life through Meditation using Macro Photography to illustrate.

Tish Farrell

Writer on the Edge

Sensible Self Improvement

Love, Life and Happiness

100 Records That Set The World On Fire

( While No One Was Listening )

Scribble and Scrawl

Leadership, Creativity, Innovation, Inspiration

Purplerays

spiritual enlightenment and self improvement

Deidra Alexander's Blog

I have people to kill, lives to ruin, plagues to bring, and worlds to destroy. I am not the Angel of Death. I'm a fiction writer.

@ShashaSelflove

Staying Positive

ipekseyhanpoyrazkarayel

Asla İdeallerinden Vazgeçme Asla! Never Give Up Your İdeals Never!

Yakup Uykutalp

"Yazmak Yaşamaktır"

Good Thoughts

One Step At a Time

Kev Brockschmidt, Illustrator

Flotsam and Jetsam on the Cartoon Art Sea...

Art(ish)

Micke Nikander, Finland

AFQ

Trusted advice for the curious life - ANSWER FOR QUESTION

gooferie

Erie's first fake news source!

moviejoltz

The website where movies count

INDIHOPE

Make This World A Better Place

The WordPress.com Blog

The latest news on WordPress.com and the WordPress community.

drawthepublic

illustrator Russell Jackson

ILLUSTRATION AGE

THE ULTIMATE RESOURCE FOR ILLUSTRATORS

Movie Nation

Informed film criticism, against the grain --since 1984.

conradbrunstrom

Things I never thunk before.

ELLIS NELSON BOOKS

young adult, middle grade, children's books

Pratchett Job

Rereading Discworld, one book at a time

TracyB.art

“Modern Impressionist Art” by Tracy Bezesky

A-wing and A-way

The Influence of Birds on Culture

THE FORESTER ARTIST

Creating art on the big canvas and the small ones too

Hortus Closus

Pour vivre heureux, vivons cachés

Palimpsest

noun ° pa·limp·sest ° Something having usually diverse layers or aspects apparent beneath the surface; something that has changed over time and shows evidence of that change.