We’re two weeks into 2021, so I guess it is time to toss out some COVID-19 related humor. Back in March who would have believed the pandemic would still be raging, and worse than ever. These were sent by a friend of mine – so if you don’t find them funny, it is all his […]
I’m not sure who introduced me to this book first, but it remains a perennial favorite. I do remember it was the go-to novel for eighth graders who had neglected to do a book report. You could read it in a couple of minutes, and your report might be longer than the book. This perennial […]
I’ve used the title more than once, but this attempt at humor comes from 2017. Many people enjoy the weekend so much that Mondays come as a shock. If a picture really is equivalent to a thousand words, then this wordless post says it all. It was the eight most popular post here last year, showing […]
Another four-year-old post was your ninth most-viewed piece here in 2020. Johnny Hart was someone who managed to integrate this faith and his work life. Even when he was preaching, he was entertaining. Which explains why, 13 years after his death, his comic strip continues with two of his grandsons and a daughter in charge. […]
Your last collection of COVID-19 jokes for this calendar year. Hopefully at least one will make you smile.
I’ve been feeling a little tired as 2020 draws to a close. You too perhaps – it has been a stressful year. Turns out I’m not as tired as I feel. I’m actually dead. That is me in the picture. This comes as a great surprise to me. I don’t feel dead. I don’t remember […]
Ten days before Christmas – time to lighten up a little.
It is funny how people can sometimes think alike. Here we have signs at two zoos (or similar establishments) with the same theme. Which isn’t what you think it is. Both these signs work from the assumption that there are some people who are basically stupid. You and I don’t need signs warning us against […]
The picture says it all, so I won’t add much to it. Just an example of Canadian humor from a commuter rail service in British Columbia.
Is it possible to go crazy in just seven days? Stir crazy at least. The Government of Canada, in its wisdom, says I have to stay indoors for two weeks upon entering the country. I agree with in theory, though in practice I can’t see what the harm would be if I were to go […]