Thursday’s Jokes, Quotes, Quizzlers and Teases!


List of Text Messaging & SMS Abbreviations

Abbreviations A to L2moroTomorrow2nteTonightAEAPAs Early as PossibleALAPAs Late as PossibleASAPAs Soon as PossibleASLAge / Sex / Location?B3Blah, Blah, BlahB4YKIBefore You Know itBFFBest Friends, ForeverBM&YBetween Me and YouBRBBe right BackBRTBe right ThereBTAMBe that as it MayC-PSleepyCTNCannot talk nowCUSSee You SoonCWOTComplete Waste of TimeCYTSee You TomorrowE123Easy as 1, 2, 3EM?Excuse Me?EODEnd of DayF2FFace to FaceFCFingers CrossedFOAFFriend of a FriendGR8GreatHAKHugs and KissesIDCI Don’t CareIDKI Don’t KnowILU / ILYI Love YouIMUI Miss YouIRLIn Real LifeJ/KJust KiddingJCJust CheckingJTLYKJust to Let You KnowKFYKiss for YouKMNKill Me NowKPCKeeping Parents CluelessL8RLaterAbbreviations M to ZMoFMale or Female MTFBWYMay the Force be with YouMYOB Mind Your Own BusinessN-A-Y-LIn a WhileNAZName, Address, ZIPNCNo CommentNIMBYNot in my BackyardNMNever Mind / Nothing MuchNPNo ProblemNSFWNot Safe for WorkNTIMNot that it MattersNVMNever MindOATUSOn a totally Unrelated SubjectOICOh, I SeeOMWOn My WayOTLOut to LunchOTPOn the PhoneP911Parent AlertPALParents are ListeningPAWParents are WatchingPIRParent in RoomPOSParent over ShoulderPROP(S)Proper Respect / Proper RecognitionQTCutieRNRight NowRUAre YouSEPSomeone else’s ProblemSITDStill in the DarkSLAPSounds like a PlanSMIMSend Me an Instant MessageSOSignificant OtherTMIToo Much InformationURYour / You areW8WaitWBWelcome BackWYCMWill You Call Me?WYWHWish You Were HereXOXOXOXHugs, Kisses, …

That’s my story and I’m sticking too it! Have a GREAT THURSDAY people, stay safe, and
whatever you do, don’t forget to laff it up! Peace, I am outta here!  Eucman!  😁

q u o t e s o f t h e d a y  
“A new study has found that being good-looking can hurt a man’s career because the people in charge of hiring see attractive men as a threat. So if you’re a man who was recently hired for a new job, congratulations. You’re hideous.” -James Corden

“Scientists believe the first modern Europeans mated with Neanderthals. This is the oldest evidence yet of beer goggles.” -Conan O’Brien

“I was thinking about doing something to my wife on April Fools’ Day but then I thought, you know what, tricking her into marrying me was more than enough prank.” -Jimmy Kimmel 

Guaranteed to Roll Your Eyes I was recovering from surgery when a charity representative phoned asking me to take part in a door-to-door fund-raising effort. “Sorry,” I replied, “but I’ve been incapacitated.”
Undaunted, the caller kept trying to convince me to change my mind and volunteer.
I interrupted and said, “I’m incapacitated. Do you know what that means?”
She hesitated. “It means your head was cut off?”  😱😳😁😎

Wednesdays’ Movie Trivia of the day! What movie is this quote from??? “     “Well of course you call yourself a man.” “Father, stop it! You heard him!”

Answer:  The Patriot! This movie is loosely based on actual historical events in the Revolutionary War between England and her American colonies. The movie tells the story of South Carolina colonist Benjamin Martin (Mel Gibson), and is loosely based on the life of American General Francis Marion, who became known as “The Swamp Fox.” In this scene, colonial soldier Gabriel Martin (Heath Ledger) has just asked permission of his sweetheart’s father (Joey D. Vieira) to write to her (Gabriel says, “I’ve come to call on Anne”). The father pretends not to hear well, puts a horn to his ear and says line one. His daughter Anne (Lisa Brenner) knows her father is acting and sternly admonishes him with line two. The scene where Martin’s young daughter Susan (Skye McCole Bartusiak) says, “Papa! Papa! Please don’t go. I’ll say anything, just tell me what you want me to say and I’ll say it,” is a real tear jerker. The house lived in by Aunt Charlotte (Joely Richardson) is the same one used in the 1994 movie “Forrest Gump,” only with slightly different interior paneling.

Thursday’s Movie Trivia of the day! What movie is this quote from????” What’s so funny, Edwards? “Your boy Captain America over here. ‘Best of the best of the best, sir. With honors.’ Yeah, he’s just really excited and he has no clue why we’re here.”

Wednesday’s Quizzler is…. ​In a sylasearch I give you a syllable-starter, which is the first syllable in the words you are to find. I will also give you a listing of the other syllables that you must use to figure out the 8 words.
Syllable List – al, cute, fec, form, fume, i, ma, mis, mit, nent, se, sion, son, tion, ty
Syllable-starter: per
How many syllables each word has:
1. (2)2. (2)3. (2)4. (3)5. (3)6. (3)7. (3)8. (5)

Answer:  Perfume (per fume)Permit (per mit)Perform (per form)Permission (per mis sion)Permanent (per ma nent)Persecute (per se cute)Perfection (per fec tion)Personality (per son al i ty)  

Thursday’s Quizzler is…….
What does this symbol represent?

Bed Time

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