Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Man's Best Friend? (Hump Day Funnies)

Happy Hump Day

Here we go, time to enjoy a good laugh to help you over the mid week hump and on to the weekend.

Today I'm in the mood for man's best friend.

Sort of.


You decide.

 Oh, I really don't want to go upstairs.

Uh huh. I'm not buying it.

 Or something.



"Has anyone seen the cat?"

I can't come up with any comment here that tops that face.

 Mocking? Why, no. Why would you even think that?"

And here's your "aw".

"Come on. Won't you say it for me? Please."

Okay, that's it. Did any of these tickle your funny bone? Give you a hump day laugh? Are you over the mid week hump? Did you have a favorite?

Joke of the Day:  Since this was an all picture post, I've got a joke for you.

Father Mike and Pastor John tended their flocks in churches across the street from each other, near the edge of town. One day the two clerics were seen erecting a sign by the side of the road which read:


They had barely finished when a man drove by and shouted at them, "Why don't you two keep that religious crap to yourselves?"

His word were still hanging in the air when there was a screech of tires and a loud splash.

Father Mike turned to Pastor John and asked, "Do you think we should have just said, 'Bridge out ahead.'?"


Maria Zannini said...

Love the dachshund! That face is priceless.

Sue McPeak said...

Awwwwww! Of course I had to say it....what a fun way to start HumpDay. Thanks for the BigSmiles.

Visiting while on the AtoZ RoadTrip. Stop by if you are out Tripin'...I'll make you a glass of Texas Sweet Tea.

Sue CollectInTexasGal
Hitchin'A Ride on the AtoZ RoadTrip

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

That is a groaner!
The exploded one is funny. I had a dog once that would shred and destroy anything.

Linda G. said...

LOL! I love ALL the pics, and that joke at the end is priceless.

L. Diane Wolfe said...

I love the mocking one! My best friend had a corgi and yes, he was round.

Stacy McKitrick said...

I like that second one the best. Kind of reminds me of some family members I have! Loved the joke, too. Thanks for the laughs.

LD Masterson said...

Maria - Priceless is the word.

Sue - Thanks. And I'll be happy to stop by.

Alex - And I'll bet he denied doing it, too.

Linda G. - Glad I made you laugh.

Diane - My Sophie is a bit on the plumb side but hasn't hit "round" yet.

Stacy - Looks like some teenage boys I have known.

Stephen Tremp said...

Hahaha Great joke. And thanks for the laughs. If dogs could talk this is what they would say.

Susan Gourley/Kelley said...

Loved the funny. Dogs can looked so sorry for their naughtiness.

Gina Gao said...

These pictures are really funny! Great post.

Maryann Miller said...

They were all so cute it is hard to pick a favorite, but I did like the little girl listening to the cat.

The joke did make me laugh out loud. I may print it off so my hubby can read it.

Al Diaz said...

I loved the one over the furniture. I actually lay like that too, I think that's why I laughed so hard.
And the joke was excellent! Thank you, LD. You never fail to make me smile.

Julie Luek said...

Oh my goodness, I love dog-dogs. I once came home to a shredded bag of white flour strewn all over my house. It was horrible. My dog came out, the flour now mixed with his saliva and turned into a paper mache coating all over, and tried to look innocent. Really, all I could do is laugh. And clean him up. And throw out a blanket or two....

Mike Keyton said...

Loved all the humps but - and don't scowl - I didn't have an 'aaaw' moment. : )

LD Masterson said...

Stephen - Yup. Especially the excuses.

Susan - I had one who had a perfect poker face. I know he was guilty if he DIDN'T look like it.

Gina - Thanks. Glad you enjoyed it.

Maryann - Please do. I love sharing laughter.

Al - Um, I think I related to the first one, only change the location to the garage.

Julie - LOL. I had a similar "white out" incident one time but it was my toddler sons and a big can of baby power. They didn't even try to look innocent.

Mike - Aw, seriously? That little guy didn't do it for you? Okay, I'll get you good next time.

Tina said...

Love the "not on the furniture" one...and that was a great joke.
Tina @ Life is Good

Kaye George said...

Fun, fun, fun blog post!

mshatch said...

AW, that was cute as heck! And the German Shepherd...dang, makes me miss mine; he was the best.

Tara Tyler said...

great hump day pics! love doggies =)
german shepherds are awesome!

Julie Flanders said...

I'd cry if I was really faced with the upstairs mess or the exploding mess but the pics are a riot. I love guilty dogs LOL. :D

Mark Means said...

LOL....great pics and thanks for the chuckles.

I think we all need more chuckles!

Liz Fichera said...

Oh.M.G. The photos are too precious for words...

LD Masterson said...

Tina - Glad you enjoyed it.

Kaye - Thanks. Fun is good.

mshatch - They are beautiful dogs.

Tara - Yup. Absolutely.

Julie - Guilty dogs are even funnier than guilty kids. But mine have brought me to tears a few times.

Mark - I love giving out chuckles.

Liz - I'm glad you liked them.

Sheena-kay Graham said...

The pastor joke slayed me, serves that jerk driver right. Those pics were hilarious but the words added made it all a new level of funny.