* A chef? (You get buttered up.)
* A chauffeur? (You get taken for a ride.)
* A gambler? (He cheats on you.)
* A telephone operator? (He gives you a phone-y line.)
* A trashman? (He dumps you.)
* A clockmaker? (He two-times you.)
* A pastry cook? (He desserts you.)
* A shoe salesman? (He walks all over you.)
* An elevator operator? (He lets you down.)
* An artist? (He gives you the brush.)
* A jogger? (He gives you the run-around.)
“In North Carolina, a mother is suing a daycare center because one of the workers there
Guaranteed to Roll Your Eyes…
prominent local lawyer. He takes the lawyer’s Christmas
gifts from under the tree leaving the packages for the
wife and children alone. As he is leaving the house, he is
apprehended by a policeman.
He confesses to what he has done but tells the policeman
that he can’t be arrested.
The policeman asks why, and he responds, “Because the law
states that I’m entitled to the presents of an attorney.”😱
Tuesday’s Movie Trivia of the day!‘ What movie is this quote from???
Answer: Clint Eastwood!
This phrase is used by the character Harry Callaghan, played by Eastwood in the film “Sudden Impact.” It’s a form of challenge to an opponent that, if taken, will give him the excuse to strike back hard. In the late fifties and early sixties, Eastwood also played ramrod Rowdy Yate in the television series “Rawhide.”
Wednesday’s Movie Trivia of the day! What movie is this quote from??? “Goodness had nothing to do with it, dearie.”?
Tuesday’s Quizzler is…… A different fruit (a total of twelve) is buried in every one of the following lines. Example: A word is considered ‘buried’ when it can be read like P A R I S in the sentence “Grand-pa(pa ris)es at seven every morning.” Can you detect them?
I’ll find a tempting spot,
Where mayhap pleasant flowers will bloom,
And there I’ll shape a charming cot.
Where bees sip nectar in each flower,
And Philomel on hawthorn rests,
I’ll shape a rustic, sun-kissed bower –
A bower meet for angel guests.
Then she who lives and loves with me,
Sing our days of calm repose,
Sole monarch of the flowers will be –
For Myra is indeed a rose.
I’ll fin(d a te)mpting spot,
Where mayh(ap ple)asant flowers will bloom,
And there I’ll sha(pe a ch)arming cot.
Where bees sip (nectar in e)ach flower,
And Philo(mel on) hawthorn rests,
I’ll sha(pe a r)ustic, sun-kissed bower –
A bower meet f(or ange)l guests.
Then she wh(o live)s and loves with me,
Sin(g our d)ays of calm repose,
So(le mon)arch of the flowers will be –
For My(ra is in)deed a rose.
Wednesday’s Quizzler is…….
1. Spend time idly or bread unit
2. Worker’s organization or marriage
3. Pine tree fruit or ice cream holder
4. Feeling of curiosity or savings account accrual
5. Land parcel or considerable quantity
6. Illumination or not weighty at all
7. Typewriter type style or the VIP crowd
8. Baby’s toy or city square
9. Weapon or upper body appendage
10. Bowling group or three nautical miles
11. Stand at a slant or thin
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