Of course, I’m not really going to hell: I have an unlimited supply of Get Out of Hell Free cards!
DEFINITELY scroll down to see the update on this one! I wouldn’t say science fiction writers lacked vision, but did ANY describe pool-noodle hats to enforce social distancing? Yeah, I didn’t read that one either. From the Comments Below: “Put on the pool noodle hat, Dave.” “I’m sorry, Hal, I’m afraid I can’t do that.” … See the Meme
In some ways, she told me, she was “really impressed” — so why am I still laid off?
From True editor Dottie in Missouri. (Yeah, I know the art is old: if it was modern they’d be reading their phone.)
Stand firm and chant with me: “Yard of nachos! Yard of nachos! Yard of nachos!…” Ignacio “El Nacho” Anaya is credited for creating nachos in 1943 in the city of Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico, just over the border from Eagle Pass, Texas. But he didn’t invent the tortilla chip: they were created by Rebecca Webb … See the Meme
#1 of 2 (#2 is here) — and no, I “don’t mean anything funny” with the labels “#1” and “#2”.
He went GAGA AT her lack of TACT, and she AT his TAT of his CAT. (Yes, I know many won’t “get” that line.)
The practice of saying “God bless you” when someone sneezes dates goes back centuries, apparently due to the folk belief that a person’s soul could be thrown from their body when they sneezed, or that sneezing otherwise opened the body to invasion by the Devil or evil spirits.
On the other hand, when is the last time you saw a tree Tweeting? No, I mean the online kind….
Complaints about this one? Join the queue, which currently stretches to El Salvador.