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Discussion in 'The BS Topic' started by ULTM8Z, Jan 11, 2019.
just about fell out of my chair when I opened the cookie and read it...
My dad said that for YEARS! He would also go to his daily coffee shop and they'd ask how are you today Jack, he once replied I feel like I'm dying-waitress said well don't do it here!! Later Steve!!
I eat out a lot and the wait staff will often ask me how I'm doing. I'll tell them I'm doing pretty good but I'll get over it.
Great fortune cookie. Makes you want to count your blessings. My dad used to say "Every day above ground is a payday".
Couple others along that line I hear from the "older" guys.
Better to be seen than to be viewed.
Better to mow the grass than to push it up.
Xten is correct, count your blessings.
I always hear, "It's a bitch getting old,". I reply, "It certainly beats the alternative."
I must have pissed off the staff at a chinese restaurant when I inquired about the 'Cat man doo'. The fortune cookies read, "I peed in your rice, plick". It was hand written.
I have collected these over the years. They are my favorite mauling of the English language!
I've been saying that for years.
Unless you're a Byeman.