Seriously, these posts made me laugh so hard, my Cowbell slipped (if you know what I mean.)
I adored Heather Curley’s entire post, I laugh in church. Loudly., but this sentence started the gigglefest:
“Look, I’m perpetually twelve. If you leave the door open just a crack for sexual innuendo or fart jokes, I come crashing in like the Kool-Aid man.”
And I don’t know about you, but when Daylight Savings Time hits each spring, I long (like 10 times that Sunday/Monday) to live in Arizona where they don’t bother with this crap. Gina Valley expresses it perfectly in Top 10 Reasons Daylight Savings Time is the Devil.
Incidentally, #3 on her list completely happened to us:
“It makes everyone arrive 30 minutes early for the second service at church on Sunday morning, when we were in fact all shooting for the first service, but forgot to adjust our clocks.”
And finally, the post that has yet to be beat – I still go back and visit it every few months for a gigantic belly laugh: Surviving Whole Foods by Kelly MacLean.
She had me with this opener, but every time I read this thing I practically go into convulsions. I swear, I’ve been to her store.
Whole Foods is like Vegas. You go there to feel good but you leave broke, disoriented, and with the newfound knowledge that you have a vaginal disease.
And a Monday bonus for my posse…
The best video I saw this week was from Donnalou Stevens. Not only is her voice fantastic, but anyone over forty will likely die laughing over it. It’s called “Older Ladies” and you might have to be on Facebook to view it. I promise, it’s worth it! Donnalou is like the Gloria Gaynor of the new millenium.
Part of the chorus:
“If you want a younger model, I wish you well, Sweet Pea.
Cuz if you can’t see what it is you have, then you ain’t having me.”
Happy Monday! I’m wishing a glorious St. Paddy’s Day to y’all. 🙂
What funny stuff have you stumbled onto this week? Do you have any plans to get in touch with your Irish side today? Enquiring minds always want to know these things here at More Cowbell!