Ram Saimi Mobey Taguire
An atheist is walking along the bank of Loch Ness, suddenly, out of the depths the loch ness monster appears. Nessie snatched the atheist up in its jaws and threw its head back, throwing him up in the air. Just before the atheist fell into Nessie’s jaws he cries out, “Oh God help me!”
Amazingly, God appeared next to the atheist. God asked, “All your life you didn’t believe in me, why do you call upon me now?”
The atheist replied, “Give me a break, I didn’t believe in the Loch Ness monster five minutes ago either!”
Par for the corpse.
He must grim and bear it.
A Scythe to behold.
A sickle joke.
I used to make my own kites when I was a kid. I used newspaper and dried weed stalks for sticks. They worked pretty well. Kind of gives you an idea of how poor my family was when I was growing up.
But this comic got me to thinking. If a caveman wanted to make a kite, what materials could he find to use? Sticks probably wouldn’t be too hard to find, but what could he use for paper? Maybe he could make parchment from animal hides.
Around here we have what is called spring break. But it occurs during March and ends before the Vernal equinox. So technically the break is during the winter.
They already have a device that will communicate with a ghost. It’s called a Ouija Board. If you take a Ouija Board and use it correctly you can communicate with the ghost of Isabel Sanford.
Oh no, wait! That’s a Weezy Board.
Handle for dipping or handle for dunkin’?