5 Posts That Made Me Act Undignified

Outside TPAnd by “undignified” I mean laughing so hard there were tears, and maybe a little drool.

We like to get our Monday giggle on, so of course I’m sharing these gems with the posse here.

May these links cause undignified behavior in your world as well.

First up is the Top Stupid Boy Names of 2013. This is from The Shitastrophy (and yes, that really is the name of his blog). Strangely enough, the post is pretty clean.🙂

It’s Amazing I Don’t Drink has an easy cheat sheet of texting terms when interacting with teens.

Speaking of funny posts about parenting, 35 Reasons Moms Are Late is fantastic. This is vintage Jenny from the Blog (Suburban Jungle) and could easily be applied to Dads.

Toby Shoemaker — one of my pals here, and the creator of Dumbass News — shares the amazing fact that THREE is the magic felony number in Tennessee. At least when it comes to flattening a friend with your truck. (Just read the post. You’ll likee.) 

And finally, for all of you that currently work outside the home (or have in the past)…here is the video that made me act really undignified. How to poop at work. It’s actually clean enough to listen to at the job, but you might want to get behind a closed door first. (And I don’t mean a stall door.)

This dude’s voice kills me. I was so convulsed after the first minute, I had to take the video in slow doses. Put down your beverage before hitting play.


What has made YOU act undignified this week? Do you have any funny links to share? Enquiring minds always want to know these things here at More Cowbell!

~ Jenny

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30 Responses to 5 Posts That Made Me Act Undignified

  1. Thank you so much for the shout out!! I really appreciate it and glad you enjoyed the list – the girl one is coming this week and will not disappoint either.

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  2. davidprosser says:

    All howlers Jenny.The world is barmy.
    xxx Huge Hugs xxx

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  3. tomwisk says:

    Lovely post Jenny. Have discovered Trophy Wife.

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  4. Pooping at work! Love it!!! Had to share with Phil (and everyone else for the LOLs). Could be paired with the Poo-pourri commercial🙂

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  5. Julie Glover says:

    I had to read the names one. The Polo comment had me laughing out loud. By my favorites are names like “Xhwant,” and the kid says, “It’s pronounced Bill.” Seriously??? It does seem almost that bad at times, with some of the crazy spellings for kids’ names.

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    • Jenny Hansen says:

      Did you see that he’ll have the girl names out this week? That’s something to look forward too. I’m always shocked at what people are willing to name their kids.

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  6. These are all terrific funny bloggers! Great choices. Oh, and that pooping at work vid is a riot.

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  7. Some people should NEVER have children! Those are just wrong. Although one woman has a whole lot of fun with her name. ( http://www.today.com/id/34641678/ns/today-today_news/t/marijuana-pepsi-will-see-you-now/ )

    Some people should also never live in Tennessee. Not sure if should be the victims who stay away, or the ones who would run them over though.😀

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    • Jenny Hansen says:

      Marijuana Pepsi??! Holy Cowbell…what’s up with that? I love the article though.

      I’ll tell you, the one time I drove in Tennessee, it was raining and they were all driving 80+ MPH on two-lane roads. It scared me to death.

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  8. Jess Witkins says:

    I shared this video in a blog too. Joe and I cracked up watching it. Our favorite is when he suggests shouting “Turd Burglar” whenever someone tries to get in the same stall as you. And remember, this can be avoided with an “Astaire.”😉

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    • Jenny Hansen says:

      You and I (and Piper and I) are always sharing the same stuff. We share a single brain, right? Every part of this video has hysterical promise as far as I’m concerned.

      Something I will never understand: The people who walk through the office with their paper or magazine under their arm, just announcing to everyone that they’re going in to DO BUSINESS. Have they no embarrassment at all?

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  9. That name post reminds me of a story I heard. A mom was mad they weren’t pronouncing her daughter’s name right: La–a because the “dash don’t be silent.”

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  10. Jenny, seriously. I am such a child but How to Poop at Work is SO FUNNY. Can’t stop laughing.
    xx

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    • Jenny Hansen says:

      Sierra, we are ALL children here. I promise, you are in great company. That video slayed me. I laughed for three days over it, and had to share it here. Everyone deserves to start their week with a big belly laugh.🙂

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  11. John Holton says:

    “How to poop at work” started before there was an Internet that everyone could use. It was one of those things that was typed up and passed around, copied and recopied and filed in desk drawers for the times when you really needed a laugh. I knew a guy that had several file folders of the stuff. My personal favorite was the letter from President Reagan to John Hinckley, where he goes on about letting bygones be bygones, and, oh, by the way, Teddy Kennedy is screwing Jodie Foster.

    That said, the video was well done. Are those Lego people?

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    • Jenny Hansen says:

      John, I think those are Lego people. And I know you can input copy for the synthesized voice, I just don’t know where (because trust me, I’d use it).

      I know instructions on work-time bathroom breaks are oldie-but-goodies, but I’ve never see the letter from Reagan to Hinckley. I’ll bet that’s CLASSIC.

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      • Jenny, late to the party, just wanted to say I’m 99.9% sure that voice is the Microsoft Word Text-to-Speech thing. It’s hidden away in 2010 under Accessibility options. I can’t remember now how I did it, but I set it up so it would read my stories back to me. Helps with proofing way better than reading it myself (that guy doesn’t know where he’s supposed to stop, add emphasis, etc!), and a lot less embarrassing than getting caught reading my own writing out loud.
        I have no idea how you’d record that, but it’s the same voice.

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  12. Sue says:

    Hahaha! These were all awesome. Especially loved the pooping at work because I have the mind and humor genetics of a 12 year old, and the 35 Reasons Moms Are Late – classic. I have pretty much experienced every single one of those. Thank goodness my kids are adults now – except I’m still usually late. Maybe I need to write a 35 Reasons Perimenopausal Women Are Late, except I can’t remember them all.

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