Saturday, March 5, 2011

No. 42

"Just the knowledge that a good book is waiting one at the end of a long day makes that day happier."

1. Cats are the only animals who know they have it...and flaunt it.
2. Life is sometimes like riding shotgun in a garbage truck with...a junkyard dog at the wheel.
3. He who waiting for 
his wife's opinion.
4. What part of maybe don't you understand?
5. You can't fool the camera...but you can Photoshop it.
6. You only have the right to pursue happiness...not a guarantee to catch it.
7.  Sharpen your sense of smell...keep your nose to the grindstone.
8. A crook is someone who can't afford the station in life...
 he feels entitled to.
9. When it comes to spending people
 stop at nothing... then they
use credit cards
10. Time walks.
Personally, I am against marrying
 outside of one's species.
If you carry a chunk of asphalt into a bar...
can you get one for the road?
99% of our thought is repetitive according to
 scientists...who keep saying this.
If Grey Poupon and Dockers pants merged...
they would be called Poupon Pants.
When everything is going your way...
should you try to pass?
Dance like everyone IS looking.
Some believe TV is gooder than books.
Frogs have no ribs.
The 800 lb. gorilla in the room can sit anywhere
it wants to sit.
Why is there no butter in peanut butter?
If you started out with nothing and still have 
most of it...are you a success?
Would a fly without wings be called a walk?
The best thing before sliced bread was...
unsliced bread.
Copyright HTStone 2011


TALON said...

I love the Kathleen Norris quote, Count Sneaky!

I told Stripey No. 1 and he just winked :)

klahanie said...

Hi Count Sneaky,
Another superb collection of musings. Some of it, indeed, 'food for thought'. Good point, why is there no butter in peanut butter and why is there no ham in a hamburger? :-)
My friend, may you and your loved ones, have a most peaceful week.
In kindness, Gary.

Anonymous said...

This would all make a very good Almanack...but I can only say this because I am anonymous about it, being myself sincerely tongue in cheek.

Fran said...

The gorilla made me laugh!

Zamboozee said...

I always like these sorts of ideas & old engravings, it kind of reminds me of the old Punch magazine...not that anyone in America really knows what a "Punch magazine" is...