Thursday’s Jokes, Quotes, Quizzlers and Teases!


24 Phrases Only Southerners Use…..
Someone once said that when you visit the South, you need a translator. It’s true, we do have a mouthful of sayings that only Southerners understand. However, if you’re from the South, you know that sometimes there’s just no other way to get your point across. If you’re tying to be nice, but you just can’t quite let it go, “bless your heart” is a go to. When you’ve met the girl of your dreams, chances are she is “pretty as a peach.” If you just heard your mama come home and you haven’t finished your chores, she will definitely be “madder than a wet hen.” Take a look at some of our favorite Southern sayings that we just couldn’t live without.

  1. Bless Your Heart
  2. Fixin’ To
  3. It Doesn’t Amount to a Hill of Beans
  4. It’s Blowin’ Up a Storm
  5. More Than Carter’s Got Little Pills
  6. Over Yonder
  7. She was Madder Than a Wet Hen
  8. ‘Til the Cows Come Home
  9. If I Had My Druthers
  10. I Reckon
  11. She’s as Pretty as a Peach
  12. Full As A Tick
  13. If the Creek Don’t Rise
  14. Worn Slap Out
  15. Hold Your Horses
  16. Well, I Declare
  17. He Was Funny as All Get Out
  18. No Bigger Than a Minnow in a Fishing Pond
  19. Heavens to Betsy
  20. Hush Your Mouth
  21. Too Big for His Britches
  22. She’s Got Gumption
  23. Can’t Never Could
  24. Well, I S’wanee
    That’s my story and I’m sticking to 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

“My New Year’s resolution this year was to get a gym membership, use it twice, and then
never use it again. I’m already halfway there.” -Jimmy Kimmel

“A seventh-grade teacher in California was arrested for teaching while drunk. Which is why an entire
Earth Science class now thinks hurricanes are formed when rum collides with lime juice, passion fruit,
and crushed ice in a hot pink souvenir cup from Senor Frog’s.” -Jimmy Fallon

“New research came out that reveals that being attractive in high school leads to success later in life.
So finally, some good news for hot, popular teenagers.” -Conan O’Brien

Guaranteed to Roll Your Eyes
Rushing to get to the movies, my husband and I told the kids we had to leave “right now” at which point our teenage daughter headed for the bathroom to apply makeup. Her dad yelled for her to get in the car immediately, and headed for the garage grumbling. On the way to the multiplex my husband glanced in the rearview mirror and caught our teen applying lipstick and blush, which produced the predictable lecture. “Look at your mom,” he said. “She didn’t put on any makeup just to go sit in a dark movie theater.” From the back I heard, “Yeah, but Mom doesn’t need makeup.” My heart swelling with the compliment, I turned back to thank this sweet, wonderful daughter of mine just as she continued, “Nobody looks at her.”😳

Wednesdays’ Movie Trivia of the day! What movie is this quote from??? “
“Coffee and cigarettes, that’s like the breakfast of champions.”

Answer: Blue in the Face!
“Blue in the Face” starred Harvey Keitel, Michael J. Fox and Lily Tomlin. Actor Jim Jarmusch, who plays a character named Bob (no last name), makes this funny, albeit incorrect statement while smoking a cigarette and drinking his morning coffee. He had been discussing why he loves cigarettes and is sitting around with a group of friend who are all sitting around doing the same thing. This part of the dialogue ends and jumps quickly to Paris in the springtime. Much of the dialogue in this feature was ad-libbed. All of the other options were filmed in the 1960s.

Thursday’s Movie Trivia of the day! What movie is this quote from???
“I don’t drink…coffee.”

Wednesday’s Quizzler is….​
In this teaser, you will be given rows, each with three clues. The answer to the second clue of any row will consist of the letters — usually rearranged — of the answer to the first clue in that row, minus one letter. The answer to the third clue, likewise, will consist of the letters from the second answer, minus one. If you put each dropped letter into the box following the word from which it was dropped, reading down the two columns of boxes will give a phrase, or two terms that are somehow related.

  1. Summoned [] 2. Open widely, as a mouth [] 3. Wooden pin
  2. Sender [] 5. Domain [] 6. Full serving of food
  3. Threaded [] 8. Grumble [] 9. Revolve
  4. Halted [] 11. Deceives; scams [] 12. Drove too fast
  5. Risk [] 14. Crisp toast [] 15. Bundle of hay
  6. Head of a country [] 17. Extent of a sovereign’s rule [] 18. Non-composite number
  7. Like a dull, simple task [] 20. Italian city [] 21. Peruvian capital
  8. Consumer’s price [] 23. Test [] 24. Fibber

Answer: 1. paged [D] 2. gape [A] 3. peg

  1. mailer [I] 5. realm [R] 6. meal
  2. strung [S] 8. grunt [G] 9. turn
  3. paused [A] 11. dupes [U] 12. sped
  4. gamble [G] 14. Melba [M] 15. bale
  5. premier [R] 17. empire [E] 18. prime
  6. menial [E] 20. Milan [N] 21. Lima
  7. retail [E] 23. trial [T] 24. liar
    “Disagree” and “argument” — a potential cause and effect.

Thursday’s Quizzler is…….
Decipher this phrase:


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