Happy Hump Day
Here we go with some hump day funnies to get you through the week or just through the day, whenever you stop by.
My pictures today are all on the same theme: pets and people furniture.
You know, sometimes they don't always go together.
There are cracks in the seats to slip through...
and in the backs as well.
Sometimes it's a size issue.
And sometimes...um...I'm not sure how to explain this one.
Maybe we better move on to a joke.
I'm a little old lady, so I can tell these...
A little old lady was sitting on a park bench in The Villages, a Florida Adult community. A man walked over and sits down on the other end of the bench. After a few moments, the woman asked, 'Are you a stranger here?'
He replied, 'I lived here years ago.'
'So, where were you all these years?'
'In prison,' he said.
'Why did they put you in prison?'
He looked at her, and very quietly said, 'I killed my wife.'
'Oh!' said the woman. 'So you're single...?!'
Okay, let's break from the funnies for a minute for some great news.
First, we have the cover reveal for PK Hrezo's Butterman Travel sequel,
The year 2069 is coming to a close, and eighteen-year-old Bianca Butterman's pilot license is finally official. She's ready for the Induction Day she’s waited for since she was a kid—the one that will secure her name on the Butterman family tree of time travelers. But ever since the media discovered Bianca is pop superstar Tristan Helms’ latest new honey, everything Bianca does or says becomes a target of criticism. Having her professional credibility topping the gossip sites across social media is an open invitation for the government to step in and regulate Bianca’s Induction. Now she will have to ask herself if saving 1500 people from drowning is worth losing everything she’s ever worked for, including the Butterman family biz.
Great cover and it sounds like a terrific story. You can add it to your GoodReads shelf by clicking HERE.
Second news item:
Haven't heard about the Write Club? I'll let DL explain...
"It’s a modest writing competition whose inspiration was derived from the movie FIGHT CLUB. There are numerous versions of this concept around the internet, but nothing like we do it here. This unique approach, combined with your participation, continues to set it apart from the other writing competitions and is responsible for its phenomenal growth. Its essence embodies simple, good-natured competition, with lots and lots of fun sprinkled on top.
Over the course of eight weeks I’ll be holding twice-weekly bouts in which the winners will advance to the play-offs, which will ultimately lead to a single champion. Bouts between who…or what…you ask. Anonymous 500 word writing samples, submitted under a pen name by anyone who wishes to take part, that’s who. The writing can be any genre, any style (even poetry) with the word count being the only restriction. It’s a way to get your writing in front of a lot of readers, without having to suffer the agony of exposure.
Sound like fun? Of course it does. So hop over to the Write Club site for all the details and send in your submission.
Now, I know what you're thinking. You're thinking I forgot your "aw".
I'm staying with my "pets in furniture" collection but this one qualified as an "aw".
The eyes did it for me.
How about you?
That's it for today. Hope you found a smile or a chuckle or even a good old belly laugh.
Did I get an "aw"?
Did you have a favorite?
Have a great day, week, weekend...oh heck, have a great everything.
See you next Wednesday.
The National Institutes of Health has just released the results of a $200 million research study completed under a grant to Johns Hopkins.
The new study has found that women who carry a little extra weight live longer than the men who mention it.