One of these days, I swear, I’m going to do a readership survey to find out how readers feel about these lazy ass monthly twitter round-ups, but before I go to that trouble I think I’d better do a survey to find out if people respond to surveys.
Oh, and you can follow my tweets at 8days2amish.
I’m thinking tomorrow I’ll write about either Obamacare or how May-December CBS Morning News co-anchors Charlie Rose and Norah O’Donnell can’t seem to keep their hands off one another.
• Proof that cocaine disrupts logical thinking is that cocaine users call cocaine blow instead of sniff.
• Don't why it's taken me this long to learn this, but the opposite of postpone is prepone. Really. OED says that's the word for being early.
• Anyone typing the phrase “To err is human” should always feel obliged to include at least one deliberate tiepo.
• Joe the Plumber back in the news. He wouldn't have been near the sensation if he'd been Joe the Proctologist.
• Jessica Yellin out at CNN. Look for her to land at Fox where they're always eager to employ someone who can be described as yellin'.
• Asking a 7 yr old to convey with brutal honesty the flaws in her father's appearance is a mistake a grown man makes just once.
• So many people saying they're enjoying http://www.UseAllTheCrayons.com on the toilet means I might change slogan to "Brightening Planet One Crap At a Time."
• I can only conclude anyone who says puns are the lowest form of humor has never seen an Adam Sandler flick.
• Enjoyed "Walking Dead" premier, but once for the sake authenticity I'd like to see a cliffhanger that ends with someone hanging from a cliff.
• I’ve cut my nose off so many times to spite my face it’s become physically impossible for me to stop and smell the roses.
• I’m surprised you don’t see more mug shots of people’s mugs.
• The were two genuine American heroes few honored by naming sons after them. Who? Orville and Wilbur. They were Wright, but it was wrong.
• It reveals an unpleasant cruelty about myself, but I enjoy looking at pictures of tranquilized bears falling out of trees.
Outlandish is a peculiar word. We already have a perfectly good word for what it means. It’s ocean.
• Not saying local volunteer fire fighters join for social aspects, but it is suspicious the town whore house catches fire every Friday.
• Join me in crafting more sensible spellings: let's all spell hyphen ... hy-phen!
• Often the things we most want are the things that’ll kill us the quickest if we were given unrestricted access to them.
• I try and be moderate in all things -- including moderation, a philosophy that allows me to engage in excessiveness whenever it suits me.
• The chances of finding suits in a suitcase are even less than those of anyone ever finding gloves in a glovebox.
• It's common knowledge you can hear the ocean thru a sea shell I just discovered you can also hear it through an empty toilet paper roll.
• Rejection and humiliation are challenges we can use to either defeat or fuel us. If that’s true, I have enough fuel to reach Pluto.
• I find it difficult to be grammatically proper on these dreary fall days. I fear I have Seasonal Effective Disorder.
• Editors who labor to remove the bull from carelessly written stories should be called decrapitators.
• Spanker devotees spend their lives in the pursuit of slappiness.
• I’m going to start signing all my proper letters, “Worm regards.” I think earthy people will really dig it.
• I fear the CNN special "Blackfish" is going to give what are commonly known as killer whales a really bad name.
• Just discovered Crayola has a color called “Macaroni & Cheese.” Be warned it tastes nothing like the real thing and Listerine won’t help.
• I wish elected officials would stop quoting "Art of War" author Sun Tzu and start quoting Fred Rogers.
• Unless you're a disabled pirate or a sympathetic cyclops, you'll never have a chance to see truly eye-to-eye.
• Kill Devil Hills, N.C., sounds like a great place to host a religious revival.
• I'm surprised even Angela Merkel's husband was listening to what Angela Merkel said on her phone.
• Given the derivative nature of pop music, I'm surprised we've yet to see a band called The Lovin' Forkful.
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