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Very funny, Fran! I enjoyed it and am also enjoying your book.
Thanks for making me laugh this morning, Fran!
All good and a fine way to start the morning!
Loved them all!
The first rings a bell with me!
Thanks, Fran, for making my Monday morning so much better!--Dixon
Fran, thanks for another morning laugh.
Thanks for your comments. I hesitated to do this, but once in a while, I feel the need to lighten the mood. This is one of those days. I chose these from some of my favorites. My favorite of these is the one about the recipes and the editor and publisher. I also collect jokes and "Little Johnny" stories about teaching, but we'll save those for later.
lol funny. I think that means laughing out loud.
Funny stuff. These remind me of a cartoon I saw long ago:Two men sit in conversation, facing each other across a desk. Both are wearing peculiar, out-dated clothing, circa 19th century England. A stack of papers is visible atop the desk, along with a desk ornament that reads "Editor."The editor is speaking to the other man: "Make up your mind, Mr. Dickens. It could be the best of times or the worst of times, but surely it could not be both."
Wonderful! As they say on the Internet: "LOL!"
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