Saturday, December 28, 2013

Observations of life

Here are just a few of the things I have learned / observed* during my 63-year knuckle-dragging life here on Planet Earth:

1.  There is a great need for a sarcasm font.

2.  You can't fold a fitted sheet.

3.  It should be a best friend's sacred job to immediately clear your computer history if you die.

4.  I keep some people's phone numbers in my cell phone contact list just so I can identify which calls NOT to answer.

5.  I disagree with Kay Jewelers.  I think on any given weekend more kisses begin with Miller Lite than Kay.

6.  Map Quest really needs to start their directions a little further down the list.  I'm pretty sure I can figure out how to get out of my driveway.

7.  They also need an "Avoid Ghetto" routing option.

8.  Sometimes it's hard to distinguish that fine line between boredom and hunger.

9.  High school kids get dumber and dumber every year.

10.  You never know exactly when it will happen, but there seems to be a moment in every work day when a little buzzer goes off in your brain and you just know you're not going to do anything productive for the rest of the day.

Happy Saturday kids.

* True, some of them I observed here on the internet.  :)



  1. All true. 'Appy New Year. fin

  2. 11. There really should be bacon-scented perfume for women trying to attract men.

    1. Wouldn't that just open the door to polygamy? ;)

  3. Well, I agreed with everything so that makes me around 63. Right?

  4. If you've really learned all those you're now a very wise man. (Note I did NOT say a "very wise OLD man.")

  5. I'll settle for "kinda wise". As I said, some I learned from the internet. Truth in advertising you know. ;)

  6. I think a special font for sarcasm is the best idea I've heard all year.

  7. I think for the High School kids the dumb get dumber, but the smart are getting smarter. Otherwise I agree on all.