A veritable hodgepodge of giggles to begin our Monday.
Given the news these day you have to wonder don’t you?
Looks like voter suppression has been around for a while.
For your Monday morning contemplation.
Give kneesies a new depth of meaning … and agility.
Ask your waiter about our special.
They never think of this as they munch their kale chia spread on beetlenut bread, do they?
The dream of a few people I know with a General Arts degree.
I’d kill – or at the least commit a petty crime – for a taste of bacon about now.
I knew there had to be a downside to the electric car that does everything for you.
I’ve been singing this one since I bought the new iPad Air 5!
I thought I’d end the next few Memes for a Monday with a thought from Vince the Sign Guy.
The word for October 3rd is: Hair \hâr\: [noun] 1.1 Any of the cylindrical, keratinized, often pigmented filaments characteristically growing from the epidermis of a mammal. 1.2 A growth of such filaments, as that forming the coat of an animal or covering the scalp of a human. 1.3 A filamentous projection or bristle similar to a hair, such as a seta of an arthropod or an epidermal process of a plant. From Middle English hēr, heer, hær, from Old English her, hǣr , from Proto-Germanic *hēran.
Hmm somebody’s lawyer didn’t do a good job at jury selection.
And suddenly they have jaws like steel traps.
Leftovers – hell in our house it’s: Cook me a complete four course dinner.
Priorities ….. it’s all about priorities.
Oh foolish man.
And notice not a feline in sight. The things I do to make those dogs happy.
The word for September 26th is: Lavatory /lăv′ə-tôr″ē/: [noun] 1.1 A room equipped with washing and often toilet facilities; a bathroom. 1.2 A washbowl or basin, especially one permanently installed with running water. 1.3 A flush toilet. Middle English, piscina, from Late Latin lavātōrium, from lavātor, launderer, from Latin lavāre, to wash.
Please don’t mention it to Nicky and Nora but I seem to have more Feline memes than those of the Canine variety. So once again it’s Cat Day at Memes for a Monday.
Science Fiction? or Fact? You decided!
Does anything make you move faster than the sound of a pet throwing up at the other end of the house?
Not everyone is granted the gift of linguistics!
I don’t know this really sounds like a canine I know!!
Looks about as exciting as the movie musical.
Or has he just retired?
I knew they learned that somewhere.
You can’t blame a guy for trying.
Ready to rumble.
Been there. Done that. Have the mug but it broke in the dishwasher.
The word for September 19th is: Drunk \drŭngk\: [1. adjective2. noun] 1.1 Intoxicated with alcoholic liquor to the point of impairment of physical and mental faculties. 1.2 Caused or influenced by intoxication. 1.3 Overcome by strong feeling or emotion. 2.1 A habitual drinker, especially one who is frequently intoxicated. 2.2 A drinking-bout; a period of drunkenness. 2.3 A drunken state. Past participle and former past tense of drink, used as an adjective from mid-14c. in sense “intoxicated, inebriated”. The noun meaning “drunken person” is from 1852; earlier this would have been a drunkard. Meaning “a spree, a drinking bout” is by 1779.
To start the week here’s an interesting observation from Frida Kahlo.
I’ll get our weekly religious meme out of the way early.
I’ll just leave this here.
Just a thought but Thanksgiving is next month – family feast time.
And anytime the CBC shows one of their show-all spots on hotel rooms I swear I’ll never stay in another hotel again.
This sounds very much like a dream I use to have just before I began each new class – except I was, god save your eyes, naked.
Just looking at this I can taste the wood with slight overtones of lead or just a hint ot rubber.
Oh come on! Does anyone still iron clothes???
And I leave you with this thought from Vince The Sign Guy
The word for September 12th is: Sorrow \sŏr′ō\: [1.noun2.verb] 1.1 Mental suffering caused by loss, disappointment, or misfortune, or an instance of this. 1.2 A source or cause of sorrow; a misfortune. 1.3 Expression of sorrow, or an instance of this. 2. To feel pain of mind in consequence of evil experienced, feared, or done; to grieve; to be sad; to be sorry. From Middle English sorow, from Old English sorg.
Well okay I only show up on Monday’s – and admittedly today is a Tuesday but I do show up with a cornucopia of memes.
I recall that after two weeks of Mr Clemdening’s German class I switched to Intermediate Macramé!
I believe there was a bulletin from the WHO on that a few weeks ago.
Would that more of us could do that.
A word to the foodies out there.
One should always look at where the advise comes from.
Ah yes …….. well ……..
Always in the pursuit of knowledge I present this little known fact for you to wow you friends and family with.
A sad fact of life at this stage.
I leave you with this thought:
The word for September 6th is: Macramé \ ˈma-krə-ˌmā\: [noun] 1.1 Coarse lacework made by weaving and knotting cords into a pattern. 1.2 A form of decorative textile made by knotting and weaving. French, from Italian macramè, from Turkish makrama, towel, from Arabic miqrama, embroidered veil, from qarama, to gnaw, nibble.
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