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Turkey! (8)

Day 8:

“I have 60 camels. You have two very beautiful daughters. Would you like to exchange?” asked a man addressing my father. While my sister wanted to use the choicest of words for this Turk we came across at 8 am in Sultanahmet, I couldn’t take my eyes off his ear, which seemed surgically restored with grafted skin.

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A bit of levity, fun and jokes.

A bit of levity, fun and jokes

More great funnies from Raili! These certainly made me laugh!

soulgifts – Telling Tales

He’s a cheat

My husband is a liar and a cheat. 

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She shot us some filthy looks and carried on – 18th April 2001

Tuesday 18th I had a driving lesson today. It went okay other than when I went backwards first when doing a 3-point turn!

I also got this letter from Michael Amhurst this morning. 11 more words



This is the month when we’re tightening our belts, usually financially; but also at  the other end of the spectrum we’re slackening our belts ,and wondering why did we eat  yet another slice of Christmas cake? 209 more words


My Poor Garden

The first thing we did when we moved into the house fifteen years ago was the garden. For months before we got the keys, we had been drawing up plans for a cottage-style garden out back and a heather- and grasses-themed patch out front. 814 more words


Turkey! (7)

Day 7 :

We’d chalked out this day for the smaller pleasures of life, for a mid-afternoon siesta, for a walk in the village. And for the royally famous, mixed origin (Roman and Turkish), communal bathing ritual of the hamam.

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