Love this! It gave me a chuckle! :) Thanks for sharing!! :))
My other favourite punctuation joke is this one.A woman, without her man, is nothing.A woman: without her, man is nothing.
Very good. Yours is great too Fran!To do the underlining thing ( I think you mean link to another site ) take your curser up to the tool bar and find the word or icon for link ; click on it and a wee window opens for you to fill in. Try it nothing bad will happen.
Lovely.I'm trying to teach my son about periods. He insists upon reading, say, "The cow ate a ladybug." as "The cow ate a ladybug period".
There's a little seaside tourist town not too far from us that has among its shops a "gourmet" icecream parlour right next to a gift/souvenir shop. There is a big sign on the door of the gift shop warning strolling peeps with icecreams: "NO ICECREAMS PLEASE". I think the owners of the icecream parlour probably disagree. :)
I saw it too and had a good laugh. Love Fran's one in the comments too!
Husband is a punctuation fiend, especially missing apostrophe, his current favourite is a large box seen in a DIY store which had on the side: Contents: Students, Desk. A bit like how many can you fit in a mini?I shall pass this one on to him.
And then there's: Residents refuse to be put in rubbish binsas opposed to:Residents' refuse to be put in rubbish bins.
Thanks for the comment you left on my blog. I's not that I don't want to be there for my children if they need me, it's just that I find it hard to think about me at all and I just wondered what other people thought. Somehow I think(make that know) they will always come first and I will just have to sneak the odd five minutes for myself. Love the picture by the way.
Well, it would depend. A younger grandma might be tender and tasty; an older one tough and stringy. I'm wondering which kind I am.....Hmmm.
Ewwww, Molly! Very funny Isabelle. And wonderful job on the linky stuff!
I enjoyed that!! Am now racking my brains to remember another....!