Friday, July 24, 2009

Funny Bone Friday - Things I may have heard, or said, or just thought in my head

"You're gonna be your own bobble head doll."

"As a former African-American, I appreciate that."

"You gave birth to a freak of nature, but that's no reason to treat him like one."

"Purple Mountain Majesties"

"It's not worth rolling around in the gutter about."

"Neither grass nor carpet should be crunchy."

"That day I lost a loser."

"The walls were very thin. I am still scarred."

"She's the ultimate Dairy Queen."


Anonymous said...

I have a huge smile on my face, those were funny!

tammy said...

The African American totally made me giggle out loud.

Purple Mountain Majesties....are we talking about Cadance's mountains here?

Loralee and the gang... said...

I loved the African American one, too. Now who do you think might say that???
And some days I feel like I AM the Ultimate Dairy Queen. But then I cut back on the goodies!

Erin said...

I hate thin walls!

And you're right - neither grass nor carpet should be crunchy.

Scrappy Girl said...

Thin walls have scarred many a child...LOL! I love all of these. I have a crunchy spot on my carpet...thanks to my 2 preschoolers...LOL

rychelle said...

i freakin' love these posts!

and i think you'd look great as a bobble head doll. ;)

wendy said...

Hmmmm, good things to say or THINK you might have said. I always thought you had a little African American in you (ha ha) and what's up with Purple Mountain Majesties. Reminds me of when I was a primary song leader and we were singing Little Purple Pansies specked with Yellow Gold-- and this little "darling" (Satans spawn I am sure)thought we were singing Little Poopy Panties.
anyway, I'll check in with you in September once I get moved and HIGH SPEED. Crap. I will sure miss my blogger friends.
and p.s. --you'll want to hear this LOVE STORY as it would put Taylor Swifts song to shame. It's a beauty.

tiburon said...

I can think of lots of things worth rolling around in the gutter about...

Kado! said...

yuck on crunchy carpet & grass!

....thin wall = years of therapy...or at least that is what I've learned from my husbands family!