I was listening to some radio quiz program called Says You! while on the road shortly after February 14, and the theme was Valentine’s day. The host gave the name Maria Sklodowska and asked the panel to name her partner. After much humorous banter, the panel finally guessed that she married Pierre Curie, at which point one of the panelists remarked that she then became a madam. The host closed it out by noting that the Curies had a long and glowing relationship .
This quaint diner in Indiana’s Brown County is a great family-owned place that serves excellent food at reasonable prices.
Out of touch with Reality Silicon Valley “bros” have been smoking something bad when they manage to convince each other to pay $35 for a jug of unfiltered, untreated “raw” water.
People get carried away but thankfully, this thread was short.
- I remember seeing one of those. It was near the dance hall where they were holding a hop.
- I hear if those get out of hand, someone could croak.
- That’s quite the leap of imagination.
- I see what you did there. *golf clap*
I and two of my friends are at a convenience store buying drinks. My friend’s drink is $2.73 including tax. He hands the cashier exactly $2.73. But the cashier doesn’t take it.
Friend: “Here you go.”
Funny, I haven’t changed my opinion of the theory of gravity either. I must just be stubborn I guess.
I don’t now, I’m a bit up in the air about it.
I remember ages ago I was at my cousin’s watching football with a few of his friends.
STORE OWNER: Why do my taxes keep going up?
PROPERTY ASSESSOR: Because the churches don’t pay taxes, so we have to make up the difference.
STORE OWNER: And why are there so many churches?
PROPERTY ASSESSOR: Because we’re not allowed to decide whether or not something’s a church.
STORE OWNER: (pause) Stop leaning on my altar.
The above was copied from Not Always Right, a humor site.
If attacked by a mob of clowns, go for the juggler.