Tuesday’s Jokes, Quotes, Quizzlers and Teases!

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WELCOME to Tuesday March 12, 2019

Contemporary Latin Phrases:

“Domino vobiscum.”
(The pizza guy is here.)

“Auda similarum ad seattles.”
(They all sound just like Pearl Jam.)

“Sharpei diem.”
(Seize the wrinkled dog.)

“Nucleo predicus dispella conducticus.”
(Remove foil before microwaving.)

“Il guyus nissanem iste ickye.”
(That Nissan guy gives me the creeps.)

“Bodicus mutilatimus, unemploymi ad infinitum.”
(Better take the nose ring out before the job interview.)

“Motorolus interruptus.”
(Hold on, I’m going into a tunnel.)

“Veni, vidi, Pesci.”
(I came, I saw, I moidered da bum.)

“Revelare Pecunia!”
(Show Me The Money!)

“Sic semper tyrannus.”
(Your dinosaur is ill.)

“No Quid Pro Quo.”
(I’m Sorry, We’re All Out of Quid.)

“Nunc Tutus Exitus Computarus.”
(It’s Now Safe To Turn Off Your Computer.)

“Veni, Vidi, Velcro”
(I came; I saw; I stuck around.)

“Et tu, pluribus unum?”
(The government just stabbed me in the back!)

That’s my story and I’m sticking to it! Have a happy Tuesday people and whatever you do, don’t forget to LAFF IT UP! Peace, I am outta here, Eucman!

 

 

DAILY QUOTES…

“In the U.K., a group of scientists successfully taught bumblebees how to play soccer. And now, they’re trying to get American bumblebees to watch it.” -Conan O-Brien

“A 100-year-old Dutch woman recently persuaded local police to arrest her to fulfill an item on her bucket list. Cool story for her, not so much for the victims of her double homicide.” -Seth Meyers
“A Florida man was arrested for throwing potato salad at a nail salon. During his arrest, he said, ‘I’ve been drinking and taking Xanax. What do you expect me to do?’ Well, not that, although I do sympathize. When I was trying to give up carbs, I once threw a bowl of spaghetti at a karate studio.” -James Corden
 
 
 
Guaranteed to Roll Your Eyes…. 
The new father ran out of the delivery room and announced
to the rest of his family waiting for the news, “We had
twins!”

The family was so excited, they immediately asked, “Who
do they look like?”

The father paused, smiled and said, “Each other.”😳

 

 

Monday’s Movie Trivia of the day!‘ What movie is this quote from??? ​ “Sir, would you mind taking your feet off the table and put your shoes on, please?”
“Yeah, I would mind. I’m havin’ a bad night.”

Answer: Casino!
In this scene manager of the fictional Tangiers casino, Billy Sherbert (Don Rickles), has politely asked a gambler at a card table (Craig Vincent) this first line and he has replied with the second. Although the characters in “Casino” were fictionalized, the story was based on actual incidents and people. In the 1996 Academy Awards, Sharon Stone (she played call girl/wife Ginger McKenna Rothstein) was nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role but lost the Oscar to Susan Sarandon in “Dead Man Walking.” Two historical notes: 1) Oscar Goodman, who played a small part in the movie as Sam Rothstein’s attorney, was subsequently elected the Mayor of Las Vegas. 2) the real Frank “Lefty” Rosenthal (the movie character Sam “Ace” Rothstein, played by Robert De Niro, was based on his life) was permanently banned from the state of Nevada.


 

Tuesday’s Movie Trivia of the day! What movie is this quote from??? “But Delta’s already on probation.”  “They are? Well, as of this moment, they’re on *double, secret* probation!”

 

 

 

Monday’s Quizzler is…. ​There are five weather forecasters getting ready for a weekend forecast. Each forecaster is predicting different weather and is choosing a suit and “tie” (yes, the women, too) of different color combinations. There are 3 men (John, Matt and Tim) and 2 women (Karen and Sarah).


Can you determine the color of the suit, the color and pattern of the tie, and the weather prediction for each forecaster?

1. The forecaster who wore a black suit did not predict snow or rain.
2. Many viewers called in to comment on the whimsically printed tan tie and brown suit combination.
3. The five forecasters were: Matt, the woman who predicted high winds, the person in a black suit, the man with a striped tie, and the woman in an olive suit.
4. A solid white tie was chosen to represent the snowy forecast that day.
5. John’s orange tie was hated by his wife.
6. Sarah had a teal colored tie which was not floral.
7. Tim predicted sun and did not wear brown or black.
8. The man who predicted rain did not wear a striped tie.
9. The blue suit was worn by a man.  

Answer: John, black suit, orange floral tie, foggy
Tim, blue suit, striped pink tie, sunny
Sarah, gray suit, dotted teal tie, windy
Matt, brown suit, whimsical tan tie, rainy
Karen, olive suit, solid white tie, snowy

 

 

Tuesday’s Quizzler is……. When you curtail a word, you remove the last letter and still have a valid word. You will be given clues for the two words, longer word first.
Example: Begin -> Heavenly body
Answer: The words are Start and Star.

1. Measuring stick -> Law
2. Prophet; visionary -> To perceive
3. Rip; pull apart -> Beverage
4. Topic; anything with mass and volume -> Not glossy; flat
5. Moon depression -> Large box
6. One who digs for ore -> Belonging to me
7. Police person -> Place of work
8. Vocalist -> Scorch; burn superficially


 

 

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