You know It’s Your Last Day At Work When …

You know it’s your last day at work when…. You hand a bank teller an envelope, and when she asks, “What’s this?”, you realize you just dropped the company’s deposit in a mailbox. A woman comes into the store, you turn to the other salesman and say, “I waited on … Continue reading

Top Condom Slogans (1 of 3)

Cover your stump before you hump Before you attack her, wrap your whacker Don’t be silly, protect your Willie When in doubt shroud you spout Don’t be a loner, cover your boner You can’t go wrong, if you shield your dong If your not going to sack it, go home … Continue reading

100 Ways to Confuse Your Roommate

Insist that you are a vegetarian and protest anytime your roommate eats meat. Then leave “Slim Jim” wrappers on the floor and lie on the bed holding your stomach everytime your roommate walks in. If he/she asks about the wrappers, say you know nothing about them. Get some hair. Disperse … Continue reading

excuses

EXCUSES The following is a collection of “actual excuse notes from parents (including spelling)” from the Office of Educational Assessment at the University of Washington. * My son is under a doctor’s care and should not take P.E. today. Please execute him. * Please excuse Lisa for being absent. She … Continue reading

children’s Christian church answers

Some children’s answers to church school questions (released by a Church of England publication : * Noah’s wife was called Joan of Arc * Henry VIII thought so much of Wolsley that he made him a cardigan * The fifth commandment is “humour thy father and mother” * Lot’s wife … Continue reading

Geek Speak!

The following is a vocabulary list of common words…which are you? Word Geek Normal Code software instruction cryptic message Boot load operating sys. footwear Virus makes computer sick makes you sick Memory data storage retained ideas News Usenet NBC/CNN/C-Span Mail electronic letters bills/junk mail FIDO subnet dog Pen pointing device … Continue reading

Sick of School

Juan – “Mother, I cannot go to school today.” Mother – “Why?” Juan – “I don’t feel well.” Mother – “Where don’t you feel well, my son?” Juan – “In school.”