Friday, 19 January 2007


ben trovato writes: anticant has been chivvying me to liven you all up with some funnies, so I've been scouring the Internet and have dredged these from the bottom of the barrel:

Three quickies

1. Invisible

The invisible man married the invisible woman.
Their kids were nothing to look at either.

2. Police Dogs

If you're being chased by a police dog, try not to go through a tunnel, then on to a little seesaw, then jump through a hoop of fire. They're trained for that.

3. Fatherly Advice

George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush were having a little father-son chat the other day.
George H.W. Bush said to George W. Bush: "Son, you're making the same mistake in Iraq that I made with your mother."
"What was that, dad?" asked George W. Bush.
To which George H.W. Bush replied: "I didn't pull out in time."


lavenderblue said...

Oh thank you !
That made me smile........
I feel you might regret this thread........
Smelling salts to hand methinks.

zola said...

Should not have "got in" in the first place. Should it have been that me old Antidote?
Or should it have been : should have gone the usual way, backdoors ....

zola said...

Concerning police dogs : Just place back legs in wellies and give the dog a bone.

zola said...

BTW : To help poor old Ben here and to support him in trouble as the predictions from lavenderBlue get dangerously true to life - let me define better that getting in through the backdoor.

The CIA has been doing that for yonks and this comment does not necessarily agree with those that think the CIA is a term for :-
" See Eye "

anticant said...

Thanks, Zola. Even if you and I can no longer muster that extra inch, I know I could rely on you to see me safely through the mile too far in a blizzard.

zola said...

Just felt sorry for Ben.
Blame Ben I do.
Misunderstood the flowerpot zen he did.
But we suspect he is an innocent at heart.

butwhatif said...

"You'll only breed fundamentalists if you violate her territorial integrity." The son was told that, time and time again; and whilst the father appreciated that lesson on Iraq, clearly he didn't when it came to Barbara.

lavenderblue said...

How very odd.
I would have thought that 'Our Tobe' would be here, steeped as he is in lewd anecdotes and naughtiness.......
ah well , never judge a book by it's cover.
I don't KNOW any jokes, dammit.