Monoku Monday - July 2021
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"Debby Downer edition" posted 5 Jul 2021
the chill pill you took this morning appears to have been a placebo
misery loves company though company doesn't love misery
i saw this sign at an introvert's home "the fewer the merrier"
"be yourself" is just about the worst advice you can give some people
to err is human but blaming someone else is even more human
found in a pessimist's purse: "in case of accident, i'm not surprised"
meant to tell you I borrowed your car the good news is: your air bag works
[humor attribution - found online, sources unknown]
"More Book Worms" posted 12 Jul 2021
i just published a book on reverse psychology do not buy it
i can't tell you how much I love my new blank notebook there are no words
i wrote a book on aardvarks in hindsight, paper would have been better
a new book: "the ups and downs of marrying darth" by ella vader
Bismarck wrote of his car an Otto auto autobiography
[humor attribution - last two by Edmo Snord, all others found online]
"Bits and Pieces (part I)" posted 19 Jul 2021
some cattle in a satellite would be the herd shot around the world
always and never words you should always remember never to use
want to take a do-it-yourself anesthesia class? knock yourself out
I Know, Right?
whenever I'm not in my right mind my left mind gets pretty crowded
politicians are like Slinky's useless, but fun to watch fall down stairs
Quote of the Week
my wife and i were happy for 20 glorious years then we met
[Quote of the Week ~ Rodney Dangerfield]
[All other humor found online ~ sources unknown]
"Bits and Pieces (part II)" posted 26 Jul 2021
common pickup line for blackbirds "have you bred any good rooks lately?"
writing advice: be mindful not to carelessly split infinitives
i know a doctor who specializes in diseases of the rich
But Is It Worth It?
a guy once told me he would give his right arm to be ambidextrous
99.9% of all lawyers give the rest a bad name
Quote of the Week
whenever you step on the brake to stop your life is in your foot's hands
[#3 attributed to Tom Lehrer, #6 to George Carlin, all others found online, attribution unknown]
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