Category Archives: Humour

High-school reunion

Mary, Betty and Cathy were in their seventies and met at a high-school reunion, the first one they happened to attend since they had graduated. “So, Mary,” said Betty, “you were the one we had figured would be the very … Continue reading

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Hell

A young lady came home from a date, rather sad. She told her mother, “Jeff proposed to me an hour ago.” “Then why are you so sad?” her mother asked. “Because he also told me he was an atheist. Mom, … Continue reading

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… a time to die

The following story is one of many my Aunt Thekla, oldest sister of my Dad, told when I was old enough to appreciate some of her experiences as co-owner of the vintner-supply business she ran with her husband in the … Continue reading

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Survived by his wife

If you do not want to read all of this entry, then nevertheless do yourself the favour of getting a good belly-laugh by watching comedian Alan King’s Survived by his wife (thanks to Allan Chinnery for that link). Last Saturday … Continue reading

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In praise of older women

Today someone sent me some sort of statement (I received it a number of times already) falsely alleged to have been composed by Andy Rooney. I wrote to her: Claire, No, anyone searching his memory for a 60-minutes program in … Continue reading

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Male Power?

Why is changing a light bulb always a guy’s job? Because women have more important things to do – like making men feel useful and important by giving them things to do, like changing light bulbs. How many divorced men … Continue reading

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Newborn child found in barn

What if the first Christmas would have happened now and not two-thousand years ago? Newborn child found in barn – Police and Youth Welfare Office investigate A Nazareth carpenter and an under-aged mother in temporary custody [Original source and author … Continue reading

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‘Bad Dog!’ – A Political Satire

rense.com ‘Bad Dog! – A Political Satire By Henry Makow PhD 6-24-8 A new session of the Seventeenth District Human Rights Tribunal of the Feminist Soviet of Canada is set to begin. Ms. Rutherford-Armstrong is the Prosecutor. The Judge is … Continue reading

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The Three Stages of a Man’s Life

The Three Stages of a Man’s Life PG-Rated Pictures requiring no words.

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