In the title you see";D" right? It means "laugh" with your eyes winked. Yes, this post is intended to cheer up whoever who have a bad weekdays. Weekends are coming! Hang On! I'm sure you'll find at least one of these (below) to be funny. I guaran-DAMM-tee you about this. Well, it has not been a good month(s) or period for me either. Honestly...for the past few months...my life is literally wreaked by havoc and bedlam! Nothing seemed to be right. Everything just got worse and not to my liking. At times, I really wonder if this whole thing is just a marathon nightmare? Or am I in a coma or something? First my beloved Mum had left me...then my step-grandma was brutally murdered...and just 3 days ago it was my colleague's turn to meet God Almighty! This is really tough...And that's why I need to cheer myself up all the time! And today, I'm gonna cheer you guys up....Cheers~ ;)
~7 Funny Stories~1~What Was Fantastic?
As we walked down the aisle on our wedding day, my husband's buddy was playing with his iPhone. Later all the guys rushed over to ogle it. In the limo on the way to reception, I snuggled up to my new husband and said, "That was fantastic." "Yeah," he said. "I've got to get one of those."
2~Yeah, I Trust You.
Unfortunately, getting a new passport required a new photo. As I handed my 10-year-old passport and the new picture to the clerk, I sighed. "I like the original better," I told her. "Trust me," she said. "10 years from now, you'll like this one."
3~Don't Forget Your ","
One little punctuation mark would have made a world of difference in the gigantic sign I saw posted outside a local family restaurant: "Kids Under 12 Eat Free Live Clown Every Wednesday."
My friend's 90-minute commute was awful-the time spent in traffic was sending him over the edge. So I was happy when he found a new job closer to home. "That's great," I said. "What are you doing now?" "I'm a bus driver."
When my dad asked my son what he'd like for his birthday, the boy said, "A Wii console would be nice, please,Grandad." "Oh, come on, son," my father replied. "You can have a big one."
My four-year-old, Sophie, kept spinning tall tales. So I told her the story of the boy who cried wolf. "He kept telling th villagers a wolf was about to attack but there was no wolf at all," I explained. "Wasn't that naughty?" "Oh, yeas!"She said. "And then when there really was a wolf, everyone thought he was lying and the wolf ate him up." I looked down at her to see if she got the point. She seemed deep in thought, then looked up at me and said, "I was once eaten by a wolf once, you know."
7~I Want Regular Please
"Do you know what I just heard?" said my husband, Raymond, looking up from the TV. "Researchers in Brazil have discovered a new use for coffee. They've figured out a way to use the beans to make biofuel." he paused. "I guessed that means someday we'll pull up at the petrol pump and have to choose between regular and decaf."
(by Ian Baker)
(by Ian Baker)
So did you guys enjoy yourself what you've read? Did you have a good laugh? Or maybe a few giggles then? No? You should get some laughing-hormone jab! Anyway it's getting pretty late right now. 2.20 a.m. in the morning! My work start at 9 a.m. sharp. Darn! It's time to sleep now...did you notice the rainbow colour? Awwww *yawning*...last but not least...