Friday, November 22, 2013

friday fragment zone

Unlike dancing into the danger zone by opening my mouth about certain opinions, dancing into the fragment zone is safe. Find out who else is dancing around the fragment zone over at Mrs. 4444's blog.



Not much to write about at the moment since my train of thought has left the station.




Have you seen the new updated lines to the poem,“Twas The Night Before Christmas”? 
"Now, Dasher! now, Dancer! now, Prancer and Vixen! On, Comet! on Cupid! on MasterCard and Visa!
(BTW - I just learned that the author of this poem is not certain. Either Clement Moore or Henry Livingston wrote it. check out this snopes entry)




arseholes (since I talk mostly to Americans I think this British version is a nicer way of saying it - more refined?)  My brother shared his theory on this recently.  He believe there is always a certain percentage of arseholes in any group/community of people.  Therefore in large cities you run into more arseholes.

I'm leaving the fragment zone with this funny video.  (the comments on it indicate it was a prank on a supervisor - well done for sure)



 
Half-Past Kissin' Time

16 comments:

Heather Smith said...

On Debit, on credit, on master card and visa...

Joanne said...

Only one turkey directing traffic! On our roads they cross single file, ten minutes at a time. The arseholes!

Laurie Matherne said...

Fifty shades of fowl, eh? I liked the trashy video, too. Enjoy your weekend, Lisleman.

lisleman said...

Good - you know reindeer names of debit and credit are good. Actually naming kids debit and credit makes a bit of sense.
thanks

lisleman said...

I've been called a turkey and an arsehole but I never heard a turkey called an arsehole. thanks

lisleman said...

thanks - wishing you a great weekend too.

lisleman said...

thanks - yes the temps have dropped through the ice. No snow here yet so I hoping for a break between leaf racking and snow shoveling.

tracismixedbag said...

Wow! I'm glad it was just a prank because that trashman seemed very angry. I seriously thought he was opening up a can of public sanitation on their ass.


I love the new version of the night before Christmas.

longhollow said...

Oh, that new line in the song is too sad...but still funny! I think arseholes is much more refined. It will be my new word...

lisleman said...

It's sad only because it's true for too many people. Good to know my blog offered a bit of refinement for you. thanks

lisleman said...

thanks - can of public sanitation - funny

doreenmcgettigan said...

I have been doing pretty good the past few years at not using my credit cards for Christmas. Now if I could stop using them for every other thing...
There are definitely arses in every group and I think in Philadelphia they are all on steroids.
Have a great holiday, don't eat too much fowl:)

lisleman said...

thanks - so Philly is full of them? We have plenty around Chicago. Thank goodness both of us are very disciplined regarding credit cards.

Secret Agent Woman said...

I heard a comedian once who said that all people can be divided into creeps and assholes. No exceptions.

Mrs4444 said...

The garbage can video looked real to me. Maybe I'm just gullible.
I loved that baby game pictured. Not sure why, but it really sticks out for me.
I agree about the arseholes. I think there's an equal percent of exceptional, awesome people in every group.


Thanks for linking up. Enjoy your weekend :)

lisleman said...

As far as ratio goes I hope there are a higher percent of exceptional people in any group. One problem with arseholes is it just takes one to ruin a good time.
Yes the garbage video looks real but the comments sounded like a good explanation. thanks

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