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Hi Anne I'm back from work and now have a nice red. The comment re the tulip glasses was a reply to Jim about yesterday's easy piccy ( kid with glasses). I'll probably be diving the 'Key Biscayne' which is an oil rig that sunk in a storm off Lancelin in the 70's. Its in 40m and is a fantastic dive, More...
An old cowboy sat down at the bar and ordered a drink. As he sat sipping his drink, a young woman sat down next to him. She turned to the cowboy and asked, 'Are you a real cowboy?'
He replied, 'Well, I've spent my whole like breaking colts, working cows, going to rodeos, fixing fences, pulling More...
cont. women. When I shower, I think about women. When I watch TV, I think about women, I even think about women when I eat. It seem that everything makes me think of women.' The two sat sipping in silence. A little while later, a man sat down on the other side of the old cowboy and asked, 'Are you a real cowboy?' He replied, 'I always thought I was, but I just found out I'm a lesbian.'
Hello Greg, welcome back from work. I wish! No, I don't drink much, it goes to my head to quick.
Do you do a lot of diving? Is the Lancelin trip when you go to Perth?
Hi catherine france! sorry not to have been in touch - just too busy with work! Hopefully things will ease off in March - April. Mon cadeau pour vous aujord'hui - we would say 'unjust' rather than 'injust'. Au revoir, bon week end to you also!
Jaz, I love it, and Ed - so true! Can anyone believe the heartbreak of the Women's Snowboard yesterday, what was she doing?!!
I am enjoying the Olympics. Can't sleep at mo it is 03.51am Sunday 19th Feb. Hi to all. No jokes this time of day sorry.
Whoops, I was just filling in time telling jokes waiting for you to come back on. I hope it's clean enough for this site. No doubt I will be told if it's not.
3:32 I had a good time today! Good Mean! I love that beautiful CAT!
Hey Greg, where you gone???
I'd like to do a lot more diving specially Christmas ans Cocos islands and Rowley shoals about 120km west of Broome. Its really good up there. But the Abrolhos has some great diving as well. You shouldn't get me talking about this stuff cause I'll bore everyone to tears. I'm an addict. Time for some nice Capel Valley chili cheese to go with my wine. Not a huge fan of blue vein.
I type real slow.
What wine are you drinking?
I have typed since I was at school and that is what I do for my work, although on here I try to be too quick sometimes to get the jokes to flow without interruptions and make a few mistakes. Also where I put the pages to read from isn't very convenient.
Its the last of a Brown Brothers 'Tarango'. Do you write down all the jokes that you hear? Wish I had the brains to do that!!! But I can't remember most of them 10mins afterwards.
Lesson to learn- When you near the finish line don't try a backside method grab unless you want second place.
I never remember jokes. Most of what I write on here my daughter e'mails me or we receive them by e'mail at work. I usually only repeat the better ones on here, although we get some good ones. We often have a good laugh at work, better not let the boss know! What's a Tarango. I like some of the Brown Brothers wines. I like Goundry Unwooded Chardonnay.
I was just drinking Green Ginger Wine tonight. I especially like it in the winter when I get home from work and am preparing tea. I prefer white wine and some reds, and love Bailey's. I always treat myself to a big bottle of it duty free when I go overseas.
Tarango is a mild red wine. Not too dry.
9:25 - I keep making mistakes and spending time fixing them! Someday I'll break the 5 min. time. The black cat is beautiful. We have a beautiful blanket of snow today. A winter wonderland!! Good Maen to all.
Hi Karen from Ohio, The time is only important to you, if you enjoy playing and commenting that's what it's all about. Enjoy.
Had a good laugh Mel from Perth. It made me think back to a couple of times that my kids have embarrassed me. One was when my son was offered analgesics at school, and asked if we used them at home. He told the registrar that I take heroin. I can't imagine what went through her head as I'm on staff More...
I like stones and I LOVE Baileys. My daughter works at liquorland so I know when the specials come out. Just finished my bottle of baileys, have been drinking it half and half with butterscotch schnapps. Yummmmmmm!
Bonjour...morning all
amateur here
A worse one, when he was older and thought he was funny, was when he had a bad and loud burst of wind in a shop and shouted, 'Mum!' Every pair of eyes flew to me, and it was all I could do not to choke him then and there.
I personally think Mel from Perth's THINGS TO THINK ABOUT #3 should say 'mothers of teenage girls'. I've had little problems with my boys, but the girl, what a difference!!!
I wondered if you had any children. My daughter used to work p/time in Liquorland down here before she had children and worked her days in an office. I'm right out of Bailey's at present. It must be time for an overseas holiday. No, next year I hope to go overseas again, about every 2nd or 3rd More...
Interesting suggestion in yesterday's Hard:-
Dan Praetorius From Roma/Wisconsin
Here's MAEN in Latin:
ves pertinus
Felix MaPoVeNo, Y'all.

I read regularly

Anne, Good cowboy joke, I find it interesting that some jokes effect people in many different ways. Men and women often enjoy them in a varied way. Most women do not like the Three Stooges, I roar when I watch them. I always thought men liked jokes more than women until I found this site. It seems pretty even to me.
Wow Anne, you make my day with your jokes!
I love that site! Est-ce qu'il y a quelques francophones qui jouent aussi ici?
Whoops, I didn't realise it was soooo late. Time goes quick when you're having fun.
Well, good night Greg, will speak to you again soon, and good night everyone else also.
Kathy, I didn't support you yesterday as I've decided to ignore jerks, but didn't get to the computer yesterday anyway. You know that we all think highly of the regulars, so my support to all who are unfairly criticised might not be posted but is there. Thanks again Julie for the extra info on Tasmania, I've written it all down.
MaPoVeNo :-
Sounds very nice.But IMHO most people who go chat online know English but not Latin.MaPoVeNo sounds
nice to me but I am not sure I can use or explain
to Scandinavian,Asian,African etc friends
countries.Opinions please specially from regulars,
supporting members some of whom are very wise.
3:54 Looks like a cat I used to have long ago. I coud sure use him right now. It was 75 degrees 2 days ago, and now it's 13 degrees. Brrrrr! That's complete with freezing rain, sleet, and snow and 25mph north winds.
4:29 at least I'm constistent...consistently slow! Thanks for all the jokes..especially the ones about kids. I'm a new teacher and need all the laughs I can find.
Those of familiar with the band Fiery Furnances, Barb and I will be in their audience tonight. Should be a good evening. Deadboy opens the show. Rock on.
Another interesting suggestion in yesterday's Hard:-
malcolmg From Chichester
To Susan of Scotland
As an alternative to 'Maen' how about 'Good Morfternoon', an amalgamation of morning and afternoon, invented by a linguist friend of mine in Toronto, also for use by people corresponding between different time zones.
Opinions please.
Speaking of embarassing moments with kids:
When my son Alex was 2 years old, we got stuck in a bad traffic jam and were on the highway way past his dinner time. I told my husband we needed to stop because Alex needed to eat. Grouchily, he agreed to stop at the Old Country Buffet (cheap & instant gratification). We parked and went in.
To our dismay, a whole busload of tourists had just unloaded and the waiting area was totally packed. My husband exclaimed 'Oh G-d dammit' and Alex perked right up and started yelling 'G-d dammit!' at the top of his lungs. The busload of people were all devout Mennonites in full regalia...the dad in front of us pulled his kids away, saying 'stay away fromt he English!'
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