WELCOME to Friday March 9, 2018.
Work is the curse of the drinking class: Oscar Wilde.
When I read about the evils of drinking, I gave up reading: Henny Youngman.
He was a wise man who invented beer: Plato.
He talked with more claret than clarity: Susan Ertz
One reason I don’t drink is that I want to know when I am
having a good time: Nancy Astor
Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy: Benjamin Franklin.
You’re not drunk if you can lie on the floor without holding on: Dean Martin.
The problem with the world is that everyone is a few drinks behind : Humphrey Bogart.
when he is stopped by the Highway patrol. ‘What are these matches and lighter fluid
doing in your car?’ inquires the cop. ‘I’m a juggler and I juggle flaming torches in my act,’
announces Paul amiably. ‘Oh yeah?’ says the doubtful cop. ‘Let’s see you do it then.’
Sighing, Paul the juggler climbs out of his motor and starts juggling the blazing torches masterfully.
A couple driving by slows down to watch. ‘Wow,’ says the driver to his wife. ‘I’m glad
I quit drinking. Look at the test they’re giving now.’😐
ANSWER: Good Morning Vietnam!
but raising the morale of the troops.
‘”Your son has been pretending to be a substitute teacher, lecturing the students, uh, giving out homework, uh. Mrs. Glasser has been ill, there was some confusion with the real sub. Your son held a teacher-parent conference yesterday and was planning a class field trip to a French bread factory in Trenton.”
TODAY’S MOVIE DIVA OF THE DAY AWARD GOES TO MS. KIM HILLYARD. GREAT JOB KIM! 🙏🙏🙏🙅
green + land = Greenland
1. something that will make you sick + an indefinite number = ?
2. half of the width of an em + an organ for secreting = ?
3. a swindle + to move or travel = ?
4. an animal’s shelter + a visible sign = ?
2. en + gland = England
3. con + go = Congo
4. den + mark = Denmark
Take a sheet of paper – any size that you happened to have (remember, just imagine this paper). Now fold this sheet of paper in half and now fold it in half again, at right angles to the first fold. Now you have four thicknesses of paper. Now imagine you use scissors and cut through all four thicknesses, right down the middle of the paper, parallel to the first fold you made. Now, imagine, how many pieces of paper do you have now? Don’t get paper and scissors to solve this one – try to picture this in your mind!