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Can’t make this stuff up. Not if I tried. Not that I would need to, I seem to have people humor me all the time. Like this oneCan’t forget this one either.

Common sense. Not very common at all, now is it?

Someone was asking for my email. So to make things easier, I told them “it’s my first name…” [like I always do!].

Her response? “Ok, so f-i-r–”

No“, I interrupted. “It’s MY first name, as in s-u-m-…”

Really?!

Now, if this person was not a pretty young person, I’d give them the benefit of the doubt. Fortunately, this was over the phone. If she was to see my facial expression, I don’t even know…

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Another Joke!

I’ve got another joke for you!! It’s been a while since the last one, hasn’t it?

Ready?

How do you organize a space party?

You planet!

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Application Humor

Someone I know had this as their Facebook status yesterday, and it made me literally laugh out loud. Because it’s so true!

She wrote:

Whenever I am filling out an application, and I get to the part where it asks “who should we contact in case of an emergency”, I always write in “doctor”. What’s my mother/father going to do?

It’s made me laugh a few times today, that’s for sure!

P.S. Don’t forget to leave me a comment below on your thoughts! As always, I’d love to hear from you.

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Funniest Kid Ever

So I am waiting in the lobby of the hospital earlier this morning, and this adorable little girl (had to be 2 1/2 or three years old at max) caught my eye. She was giving her mom a hard time and running around in a crowded area (every young mother’s nightmare, I’m sure).

To try and calm the kid down, the mom offered her daughter a snack — little cookies.

The child happily obliged, and was enjoying said cookie… until she dropped it on the ground. She looks down at the cookie, looks up at her mom, then quickly picks up the aforementioned cookie from the dirty floor and stuffs it in her MOUTH thinking the mom hadn’t noticed!

The mom, of course, did notice. She tries to convince her daughter to spit the cookie out.. and after a few seconds or so — the daughter says: I’ll throw it in the garbage myself. The mom agrees.

The little girl spits the cookie into her hand, runs towards the garbage can, turns around and quickly puts it back in her mouth and swallows it!

Everybody in the room who had noticed the incident play out (except for the mom of course) burst out laughing.

I feel for her parents already. That kid is going to be rebellious in her teen years for sure.

P.S. Don’t forget to leave me a comment below on your thoughts! As always, I’d love to hear from you.

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Consumers

As I was patiently waiting (not really) in line to return something at customer service in Target earlier today, I overheard the following conversation between the cashier and consumer.

Consumer: I want to return this (this being a child’s outfit).
Cashier: Ok, do you have a receipt?
Consumer: No.
Cashier: How did you pay?
Consumer: Cash or credit card…. but credit card I think.
Cashier: Do you have the credit card?
Consumer: No.
Cashier: Can I see your driver’s license or ID?
Consumer: I don’t have that either.
Cashier: I need that or something in order to process the return.
Consumer: Sighs. I’ll come back.

Me: Trying my hardest not to burst out laughing, but can’t keep the smile off my face.

Really?! I swear, I worked in retail part time while I was a student and it just never surprises you the things people say/do.

I don’t know about you, but I’d never even try to return something if I didn’t have a receipt or proof of purchase. Or if I did have the receipt, but I’d used/worn the item.


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Joke

I love jokes… and am pretty easily amused most times. So I thought I’d share a joke today:

How do you make gold soup?

Give up?


Put 14 carrots in it.

Get it? Carrots, karats. Oh, forget it! 🙂

P.S. Happy Birthday Faraz!

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Cricket

The sport, not the insect.

I don’t understand it, I don’t like it, and I certainly don’t have the patience and/or attention span to watch it. Do you know how long those games are? 8 HOURS! Sometimes, they take FIVE days!

That means 8 hours X 5 days = you must be crazy if you think I’m going to watch that.

The rest of my family LOVES the sport. The World Cup just ended on Saturday and so around my house it was cricket time, all the time lately for quite a while. Pakistan (where I was born) lost in the semi-finals, and the final game was between Sri Lanka and India.

All I’ve heard lately is about cricket, and frankly I’m over it!

Before I end for the day, I’ll share a related joke my dad shared with me yesterday — Just saw a Sri Lankan drinking tea from a plate, he said the Indians took the cup.


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Joke

I love (funny) jokes, and the one below is probably one of the funniest I’ve read or heard in a while:

Real Ad: Ad seen in the The New York Times…
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Complete set of Encyclopedia Britannica. 45 volumes. Excellent
condition.
$1,000.00 or best offer. No longer needed. Got married last weekend.
Wife knows everything.

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Five Year Old Delivers Herb Brooks’ ‘Miracle’ Speech

My brother, Faraz, just shared this video with me and it is hilarious and cute (but I don’t condone or appreciate that kind of language from kids that age).

On opening night of baseball, five-year-old Joshua Sacco gave the speech that the Team USA coach Herb Brooks gave to his team (before ‘Miracle on Ice’) to the Red Sox.

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Election 2008 Political Cartoon from XKCD

I got the following political cartoon from XKCD .. and I couldn’t agree more.

At least for the first few days you are watching the results and what not.. but it will be really weird after that without a doubt.

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