My Saturday and a rainy day…little did I know that a mystery of epic proportions would present itself…a mystery that need solving for the good of mankind.
Thunder….lightening…..down pour after down pour….an atypical Summer Saturday in the Deep South.
It all began so innocently….I felt the urge come over me and made my way, awkwardly, down the hall turn the corner and into the bathroom…as I entered the door I noticed something unusual…..foot prints from an unknown source….
I studied for a moment….searching my mental files on the prints and then followed them to the door….
I was fascinated with the mystery surrounding the unidentified foot prints…..so I followed them as far as I could and they brought me to the culprit…..using my considerable tracking skills I found the perp.
There she was looking as innocent as a babe.
She was sitting in her favorite chair and when I asked if she had been in the bathroom I get the typical.”What? Who me?” look.
She had been outside in the rain and mud and decided to wander around the house leaving her mark everywhere she went. (and I imagine she was snickering all the while)
The interrogation ended when MoMo decide to end it…..to wait for her attorney.
My constant barrage of questions abruptly ended when she decided that it was nap time for she had enough of the questions and accusations.
Another mystery solved!
No matter the culprit I still had to clean the mess.
I wish I could solve the one of where my sock goes in the dryer….but that will be for another weekend in the rain….then there is that sound in the kitchen that no one hears but her.
Cooler weather once again has come around….maybe this time it will stick around longer than a couple of days….we can hope.
I begin my weekend posting with a photo of a potato….I love a baked potato with lots of butter and sour cream but eateries never have a big potato I have to settle for those small ones….but then I saw a great potato at my local grocery…..
It was heavenly!
Enough of the foodie thingy…..we are in the middle of NFL season and we just finished the World Series…..I am not a big fan of organized sports but I do enjoy the guys at Bad Lip Reading…..
First we have the World Series……
Next their take on the NFL…
These guys are genius…..they NEVER stop being funny…..it is important to start your day with humor…….enjoy!
For me their takes are far more entertaining than the actual sports…..I hope you guys will have a great Saturday and enjoy yourself as much as you can.
When you retire you have plenty of time to wax nostalgic….and the weekends are the perfect time for me to do so…..
I remember those iconic words to the intro of a new comedy show on NBC….starring Chevy Chase, Laraine Newman, Dan Ackroyd, Bill Murray and John Belushi, Gilda Radner, and Garret Morris ( I am sure I forgot someone)(plus my spelling could be off as well)…..
I was a bar manager in those days and it became a ritual of watching SNL…the jukebox was off, the band had to take a break, etc. and the bar would settle in for some great humor.
I admit that once the original cast departed I lost interest….don’t get me wrong the replacements were humorous and good for the parts but they were not the originals…..and IMO not as funny. Yes Will Ferrel is funny…..and Eddie Murphy….and….they all are funny just not as funny as the originals.
Recently Chevy Chase has made the news around SNL…..
“The worst [expletive deleted] humor in the world.” That’s what Chevy Chase has to say about today’s Saturday Night Live, FOX reports. Chase, an original SNL cast member, made the comment during a lengthy interview with the Washington Post, during which he also took shots at a couple former cast members. Will Ferrell’s George W. Bush? “Just not funny.” Tina Fey? He liked her, but “didn’t see what all the folderol was about.” As for SNL co-creator Lorne Michaels: “I’m amazed that Lorne has gone so low. And the audience of millions? “A whole generation of s—heads.” So when, in Chases’ estimation, was Saturday Night Live worth watching? The first couple of seasons, he says, adding “Why am I saying that? Because I was in it? I guess.”
You should see the looks I get these days when I tell people I do not think SNL is as funny as it should be…..most look like I just insulted Jesus or someone of equal importance.
I know what am I thinking? Well to be honest I do not think Seinfeld is all that funny either……so if you like chalk it up to me being an old fart.
Glad to see I am NOT alone.
Time for that relaxation I look for on weekends……(the “honey dos” are getting a bit much, LOL)
My granddaughter visited and we had a great talk about social media and where it was likely to go.
Then we talked about the “social media” in my day….she found it all so humorous…..it is official…I am OLD!
We have come a long way….but I still use the old school times….my granddaughter did a cartoon of me standing along side a T-Rex….(she did make it clear that there was NO religious content to her ‘toon)……I will get even…..
Morning all….the weekend begins and I will be busy these days….I have a garden working with tomatoes, radishes, asparagus, onions and chard….I will also be doing some work in the orchard with the tangerines, limes, satsumas, plums, pears and peaches and a few figs…….damn….forgot the grapes…….it is a lot of work but well worth it.
I am old enough that I remember a routine by Abbott and Costello, the “Who’s on first” routine….it was brilliant….back in the 80’s I was a fan of the Wayans and “In Living Color”….some excellent humor and they did an update of the Abbott and Costello routine only theirs was called “Jews On First”……it has Sharpton and Farrakhan as the talkers…….
Hope you guys appreciate how well these guys did this piece……
Thanksgiving is done and now we wait for the next “big” meal….Christmas….since I refuse to be part of the blind consumerism that is the “holiday shopping” days….I will instead offer up a little humor…..
Doews anyone remember the movie “16 Candles”? If so then you will recall a very memorable character in the movie, Long Duc Dong. If so then I can do you one better….
Wondering why “Phuc Dat Bich” was trending on Twitter? No, it’s not some crazy new spelling of a foul-mouthed slam, it’s … a guy’s name. And it’s making headlines because the 23-year-old is quite unhappy that Facebook keeps shutting down his account over suspicions it’s a fake name, Australia’s News Network reports. “I’ve been accused of using a false and misleading name of which I find very offensive,” the Vietnamese-Australian wrote, alongside of a picture of his passport that he posted to the social media site. “I find it highly irritating the fact that nobody seems to believe me when I say that my full legal name is how you see it.”
His name is actually pronounced Phoop Dook Bic, per ANN, which notes that “Phuc Dat” is a common Vietnamese name. “He’s able to get through international airports so it is legitimate,” one of the man’s friends—refuting suggestions that the passport had been doctored—tells the Herald Sun. As the Huffington Post points out, the photo was originally posted in January, but for some reason surged in popularity this week, and currently has about 140,000 “likes” and has been shared more than 75,000 times.
If it were me….I would change it to John Smith.
I knew it was too good to be true……
As the Sydney Morning Herald puts it, Phuc Dat Bich “faked dat” name. The 23-year-old Australian who convinced the world that his awkward-sounding name had resulted in Facebook shutting down his account now says the whole thing was a hoax. He apparently spilled the beans after SBS News contacted him with doubts about his story, noting that a passport photo he provided was Photoshopped and the name “Bich” isn’t a common Vietnamese surname. “What started as a joke between friends became a prank that made a fool out of the media,” he wrote on Facebook Wednesday, identifying himself as Joe Carr—or possibly “joker,” per the BBC. He tells the Herald his name is actually Tin Le, while Mashable identifies him by way of a supposed former classmate as Thien Nguyen.
The Herald notes he asked to be called “Mr. T” for fear that he would lose his job. He says the ruse began “with me fooling Facebook, it then somehow shared across the pages.” The “ordeal” taught him “not to trust the credibility of the media,” the prankster adds. “It goes to show that an average joe like myself can con the biggest news sources with ease.” He also thanks the people who stood by him, even though it was all for naught. “To those who do have culturally specific and spectacular names, ignore the ignorance in those who may try to put you down,” he says. “Continue being the best person you can be and make your mark on the world in whatever way you can—even if it is a simple prank.”
Oh well….it was fun while it lasted……got his 15 minutes of fame…..