Things that made me laugh.

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Ah, Keith… he’ll outlive us all. When the earth is experiencing the utter destruction of nuclear winter? Two things will survive… cockroaches and Keith Richards.

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Here’s Larry, Curly and Moe. The three wild turkeys that my oh so stubborn husband chases off our property at least 4 times every morning. It’s comical to watch my other half flying across the back yard in his pajamas and slippers, waving his arms like Robbie the Robot, hollering at them to scat…. while the Stooges run to the edge of the property line and patiently wait for him to go back inside.

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100,000 people have had nothing better to do with their lives for the past 2 years than read my drivel filled posts. If that isn’t cause for celebration? I don’t know what is.

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This small bottle of supposedly outstanding margarita mix a friend gave me was funny for one reason only.

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10 cocktails? From that mini container! Clearly they’ve never bellied up to our bar.

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25 thoughts on “Things that made me laugh.”

  1. I’m please to have helped you reach 100,000. Yes, I somehow made YOUR accomplishment about ME. But, seriously, it’s pretty dang awesome!

    Is it possible that your hubby looks at the turkey chasing as exercise? You should make a video and market it. I bet there isn’t YET an app for that!

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  2. You have a lot of people that enjoy your drivel River. Your oh so detailed, yet comical experiences with the Hubs. And now that Lord Dudley has taken over your home, all of his amusing photos. So, congrats on your 100K views! 🎉🎊🎈🎉🎊🎈

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  3. At the risk of repeating yourself, if “100,000 people have had nothing better to do with their lives” than read your drivel, you (and maybe Covid19) at least deserve kudos for helping keep them home and safe from those who don’t read your drivel (or mine, for that matter). Frankly, humanitarian bloggers like us should be awarded the Nobel Pizza Prize (though I’ll settle for the Keith Richards look-alike Prize).

    P.S. Congrats! .

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  4. I read Keith Richards’ autobiography, “Life,” a few years ago and was surprised at just how good it was! He’s led a very interesting life and came across as a lot more intelligent and witty than you might expect.

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