Saturday, June 11, 2011

Random thoughts

Pop-up windows are the Internet's way of sneaking up behind someone and yelling "Boo!". Speaking of which, it is a bad idea to sneak up behind someone and yell "boo" when that person is holding a knife. It ends badly for someone.

At what point does a person have to stop using the word "mommy" because it is just creepy? A 5 year old can say "I love you, mommy". A 35  year old cannot. Also, a 5 year old can run through their parent's back yard naked and people think it is adorable. People have a very different response when a 30 year old does it.

Something a school administrator looks down on: Smoking and drinking in the teacher's lounge. I don't know why. At least  you are not smoking or drinking in a full classroom.

It's only funny till someone gets hurt. Then it is hilarious.

Saying "Hello, boys" to a well-endowed woman may or may not be a good idea.

Something a hospital administrator looks down on: Coming into a hospital wearing a black robe and carrying a scythe.

Telling your date "You look just like my dead ex-wife/husband."

Standing up during the middle of a Calculus class and announcing that "The teacher is just making words up!".

I wish reporters would stop asking questions that the person cannot answer such as asking military officers to discuss the upcoming military operation or where the secret base is located.

If a new pill has one benefit but takes 20 minutes to list all the dangerous side effects, don't take it!

It says a lot for our race that we are getting other species of animals, such as monkeys, addicted to cigarettes. Anyone who wants to debate the nobility of humans needs to think about this little hobby of ours.

I hate those people who ask you what you wished for after blowing out all the candles on a cake. They know that if you say it out loud it won't come true. Now I just answer by saying "Well, I wished for world peace, for everyone to get along, no more war and everyone to be happy and healthy. Oops, guess it can't come true now!".

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