Today is not a good writing day for me. I don’t want to write. I don’t even want to think about writing. I can’t even turn to comfort food because I’m dieting. So, I’ve decided to laugh and I invite you to laugh along with me.
Below, I’ve given links to some blogs I visit whose posts are usually humorous. If those bloggers are also having a blue day, look at some past posts. If you don’t laugh … well, I guess your sense of humor is different than mine.
If you have any other humorous blogs, websites, or YouTube videos to share, please leave a link in the comments section. Maybe I can laugh all day.
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10 thoughts on “A blue, blah, blogging day”
I don’t watch House, but this makes me think I might like it:
It’s amusing, as is this (at least for my sense of humor):
Hope you get a smile out of these and are back on track soon.
Thank you, Cathryn, you made me laugh. I think we must have similar senses of humor. Do you happen to enjoy Eddie Izzard’s “Dressed to Kill”? Darn, now I wish I had that on DVD.
I used to never miss an episode of House, but that was before I started writing this novel, and I hadn’t seen that bit. The second video clip, I had to wonder, were they both stupid, or just the wife?
Cheep up Buckaroo! When I’m in need of a quick fix I check out what Ruth is doing at the Spontaneous Smiley Project:
Darn it if that glass isn’t half full after all. I could have sworn it was half empty!
Thanks for the link, Jen. I’ll try harder to look for those smileys today. I’m reminded of what a four year-old said to me once: “Did you see that butterfly? It smiled at me.” As they say on Sesame Street, “It’s all in how you look at things.”
I feel I should tell you a joke.
Okay, so a guy walks into a bar and he orders a beer. And the bartender says, “We don’t serve beer.” Oh and I forgot to tell you that the guy was a monkey. Wait. No. Sorry. He wasn’t a monkey, he just had a monkey with him. Yeah. Oh, and the bartender… that’s right. He didn’t say “we don’t serve beer,” he said, “we don’t serve monkeys. Oh, also, there’s a priest and a rabbi in the bar, and a fat lady sitting on a teeny-tiny stool. She’s also got a monkey, but her monkey looks kind of like a rat. Except wait… I think the fat lady might be from a different joke…
(This is why, around these parts, I am not allowed to tell the joke.)
But my heart is in the right place. =)
See, Judy, this is why you make me smile. Also, people, I didn’t want to give the impression that Zebra Sounds is just for laughs. Judy does have her heart in the right place and her posts are often touching, too.
Thanks for the blog recognition. I’ll check out the other links you gave as well. I could use a laugh since I fail to humor myself.
Enjoy! No links to add?
Thanks for the shout out. I’m two days late and I guess that would make me $2 short too.
(ever heard the expression a day late and a dollar short?)
Sorry you’re blue.
Hope it passes asap.
Big virtual hugs my friend.
p.s. a guy walked into a bar.
You’re welcome. Glad to do it, though you get plenty of readers anyway. And yes, feeling better. New day, new perspective.