Happy Hump Day.
I'm going to do something different this week. Your first funny of the day is a series of battling church signs.
Now before anyone takes offense, I know these aren't real and they aren't meant to reflect the actual beliefs of any particular faith. They're just for fun, okay?
Personally, I would love to believe these were actual signs but my son was quick to point out they were obviously Photoshopped. I don't care, they still made me laugh.
How about a little old lady joke?
(You know why I claim the right to tell these.)
Sitting on the side of the highway waiting to catch speeders, a State Trooper saw a car puttering along at 22 miles per hour. Knowing a car going that slowly could be just as dangerous as a speeder, he turned on his lights and pulled the driver over. As he approached the car, he noticed there were five old ladies - two in the front and three in the back of the car - wide-eyed and white as ghosts.
The driver was obviously confused. "Officer, I don`t understand, I know I wasn't speeding. What seems to be the problem?"
"Ma`am, you weren`t speeding, but driving significantly slower than the speed limit can also be a danger to other drivers."
"Slower than the speed limit? No sir, I was doing the speed limit exactly -- twenty-two miles an hour."
The officer, trying to contain a chuckle, explained to her that "22" was the route number, not the speed limit.
"Oh dear," she replied, "that's right. Thank you. I see the difference now."
"Well, I'm going to let you go this time," the officer said, "but I have to ask...is everyone okay? These women seem awfully shaken up."
"Oh, they`ll be fine in a minute, Officer. We just got off Route 119."
I didn't get a picture of that lady with her friends but I did get this one of her with her dog.
I think she's on Route 119 again.
Okay, the church signs ran this post a bit longer than usual so I'm jumping straight to your "aw".
There's nothing like sharing a nap with your best friend.
Aw, come on. You know you said it.
I want to take a second and thank my blog friend Alex Cavanaugh, the Ninja Captain, who gave this blog a very nice mention in his post yesterday. He also referred to me as "someone with a pure heart", quite the nicest compliment I can think of. Thank you, Alex.
If you don't follow Alex's blog (is there anyone who doesn't follow Alex's blog), you really should stop by. Especially now during the A-Z Challenge.
Okay, are we there? Over the mid-week hump?
Oh, yeah - we're sailing toward the weekend!
Have a great one and I'll see you next Wednesday.
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