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One-Liner Wednesday — On getting rusty.

“Keep a small can of WD-40 on your desk—away from any open flames—to remind yourself that if you don’t write daily, you will get rusty.”

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Today's Humor by Sue Murphy

“Did you ever walk in a room and forget why you walked in? I think that’s how dogs spend their lives.”

Sue Murphy

Memoir

Comedy v. Tragedy, Round 3

In this example from Mark Twain’s Roughing It, the protagonist (Twain) has just moved to Carson City, Nevada, from Missouri and is considered a tenderfoot, aka a sucker. 480 more words

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amandaonwriting:

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no judgment. I spend so much of my inspiration on grocery lists.

Who Put the Ponder in the Ponderosa?

When I’m back in the USA and people find out I live in Mexico, they always ask the same three questions. Is it safe?  What do you do for healthcare?  398 more words

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Comedy v. Tragedy, Round 2

In this example of humor through pain, Jean Shepherd recalls a family trip to the county fair.

Context: the “old man” takes his two sons on his favorite amusement park ride, a “real gut buster” called the Whirligig Rocket Whip.  290 more words

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Today's Humor by Emo Phillips

“I like to play chess with bald men in the park, although it’s hard to find 32 of them.”

 

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