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05-23-2006, 04:15 PM
..........so hard tears rolled down your face? Tell us about it? :D

05-24-2006, 02:38 PM
The Dixie Chicks thread had me roflol.:D :D

05-24-2006, 02:49 PM
The Dixie Chicks thread had me roflol.:D :D
Can you think back past yesterday, please? Pretty please!
I'm beggin', are you listenin'? :D

05-24-2006, 02:49 PM
These two siblings trying to do something nice for Mother's Day.. We all can relate these two to someone we know.


05-24-2006, 03:25 PM
These two siblings trying to do something nice for Mother's Day.. We all can relate these two to someone we know.


Thanks Shadow!! This was too funny!! :D :frog:

05-24-2006, 03:46 PM
Al gore running for president.......again.......:faint:

05-24-2006, 09:45 PM
Al gore running for president.......again.......:faint:

Roflolololo...........I didn't have one thing for this thread...........til fordarama's post................and I thought I'd die laughing......

And HE GETS the NEW American Idol statuette...roflololol.

Seriously tho his ex-partner http://i68.photobucket.com/albums/i37/Cheesecake_2006/001th_PANTher.gifmight be sleepin in the Lincoln bedroom again...........while his wife takes up residency.

This just get's funnier fordarama.........roflol......

Hmmmmm...Tipper for VP?....Hey yeah.

Then Gore and http://i68.photobucket.com/albums/i37/Cheesecake_2006/001th_PANTher.gifcan share Lincoln's bedroom...while the Ladies...have the QUARTERS.

Git off the table Mable the quarters for the beer...........noooooooo

Quarter...living quarters..............:duh:

05-25-2006, 06:45 AM
Al gore running for president.......again.......:faint:
Now that would be funny, but he's busy saving our enviornment!
If John Kerry should run again, that will be cause for a breakdown! :duh:

What I wanted each of you to tell is something funny that
happened to you, family and or friends!

EXAMPLE: :D A newlywed cousin, after laundering her panties
folded them very neatly in a square, like handkerchiefs.
Her new Husband thought they were his handkerchiefs folded
on the dresser.

In a rush to get off to the Office, he quickly placed a neatly folded
square into his back pocket, thinking of course, it was a handkerchief!

Gets to the Office, takes a break to blow his nose, turns around,
pulls these panites out of his pocket. Everyone in the Office saw
the panties, which embarrassed the heck out of him and sent the
Office into doubled up howls of laughter, the kind with tears & holding
their sides!

Of course when it was told to us we all did the same thing!
Years have passed now and ever so often at family gatherings,
someone will remember to tell this story and we all laugh as hard
all over again like we're hearing it for the first time!
Like a timed clock,it seems to be a perpectual story! :D

Now, tell your funny story, even if it's on you! ;)

05-25-2006, 06:51 AM
You didn't like my funny story?:p

05-25-2006, 06:55 AM
You didn't like my funny story?:p

Sure I did! :D ......but one story a thread does not make! ;)

05-25-2006, 07:06 AM
NOW this is funny!

05-25-2006, 07:09 AM
NOW this is funny!

Then think up one, or are all of them on you? :D

05-25-2006, 02:18 PM
well, back in the day when my grandmother went to her first day of school, she had to go to the bathroom, so she went into the outhouse, and she fell in..After that day she was known as sh#@y pearl., Her name was pearl...
talk about trama on your first day..:p

05-25-2006, 03:05 PM
And when my sister was in the hospital for neumonia, she had a tube put in her side to drain her lungs, when they were taking it out, a male nurse fainted and fell thru the plate glass window in her room. It's one of those funny, yet bad stories, It's funny because stuff like that happens to her alot. :faint:

05-25-2006, 04:03 PM
Wellllll I recall laughing til I cried..............roflol about 20 years ago when we got a new barn...and we didnt use the elevator to unload the hay...I had to learn to back a gooseneck trailer back into this new barn.

Well...You'd have to know my ''comical'' sons to listen to them teaching me where to look and how to slowly back that 5 tiers of hay bales in in the dark, and sniffing misquotes.........

Then.......you'd have to know my SERIOUS TRUCKINFARMER...who was always SO SERIOUS til ALL THE HAY WAS IN THE BARN.......you'd have to know the interaction there.......between me ''backing up'' :eek: and the boys giggling and hubby snorting.........

Turn it the other way.now the other way..straighten er up......now straighten your wheels, now slowly now...easy now...........STOP...pull up...now straighten up your wheels.....NOOOOOOOOOO turn it the other way............til between that and my laughing....well..........

Then there was the time.........Hubby explained to me...about 30 years ago...that even city girls can rake hay.........OH YEAH?.......the hay was thin that year.........and he wanted it triple wind rowed............ :eek:

Well.........go around once, and you get it tossed over pretty good...then your get to the top of the field, and you turn around and take that first wind row and roll it over onto itself........then when you get back to the top of the field again........you turn around and take the twice rolled wind row and throw it into the third row...........making the wind row just right for the neck of the baler...as the farmer follows you......with the baler.....WELL.........(unless the hay isnt cured enough and still green it sits in the wind row...and drys)

for some reason........I was going back and forth like I thought I should...and when I looked up......I had only done one side of the field.....(this is hard to explain)....also when I looked up there were all the Zarky Farmers from the area...chatting over at the gate............and watching me...........I didnt really know whether to laugh or cry........so I laughed til I cried cause I could see them laughing at me.:shoot:

05-25-2006, 05:31 PM
OK, get ready to laugh! What is a triple wind row?
......and tell your DH, this city gurl don't rake! :D

......and don't dare ask me to milk a cow! :faint:

05-25-2006, 06:17 PM
well Blaze....if you read my post really carefully, you will understand what a triple wind row is...its not single, or double, it's triple.

When you go over the mown hay with a tractor with a rake behind it, it scoops up the hay and rolls it over in a ''wind row''. (like a long twist or curl of grass)....surely you've seen a field being hayed?

When the grass is thin, its a waste of time and money to do it singly...so depending on the thickness and dampness of the grass/season.......you rake it one time.......then you go again (pick up same rolled grass) and rake it back, (twice)...then you go back again and roll IT ALL OVER AGAIN.......making it triple (3).

Then the other tractor with the baler comes and the rolls over wind row...the grass goes into the baler (throat)...and inside there are teeth and grabbers and twine........it all works much like a sewing machine, and out the back end comes a square bale. Which really is rectangular.

If there is someone in this message board that can better describe the methodology of hay mowing and raking and baling...BE MY GUEST...explain it so someone can understand it.:irked:

05-25-2006, 06:29 PM
OK, my jorge I gote tit!
I understood the procedure, just didn't know
the two went together! :rolleyes:

05-25-2006, 07:03 PM
I laughed so haed I cried when my mom walked through the screen door. Then again when my sister did it. And finally when a family friend did it.

05-27-2006, 08:27 PM
..........so hard tears rolled down your face? Tell us about it? :D

Doesn't it seem that more and more physicians are running their practices
Like an assembly line? Here's what happened to Buford.

Buford walked into a doctor's office and the receptionist asked him what
He had. Buford said, "Shingles." So she wrote down his name, address,
Medical insurance number and told him to have a seat.

Fifteen minutes later a nurse's aide came out and asked Buford what he
Had. Buford said, "Shingles." So she wrote down his height, weight, a
Complete medical history and told Buford to wait in the examining room.

A half hour later a nurse came in and asked Buford what he had. Buford
Said, "Shingles."

So the nurse gave Buford a blood test, a blood pressure test, an
Electrocardiogram, and told Buford to take off all his clothes and wait
For the doctor.

An hour later the doctor came in and asked Buford what he had. Buford
Said, "Shingles.

The doctor asked, "Where?"

Buford said, "Outside on the truck. Where do you want them?"

08-02-2006, 12:43 AM
The first time we took our nephew to Branson as soon as we hit the top of the hill where you can see the lights of 78 he hollers out "Yee Yee Woo Woo" . He was 15 at the time.

Taking a road trip, with my dh and his mom, two deers ran out in front of us and dh was able to dodge them, but for some reason his mom yelled for him to watch out for those fish.

The same nephew as above, when we were staying at the Savannah Inn, he was 17 at the time. He had never drank cappuccino. Well, as you all know they have ice cream, cobbler and cookies at night for their guests to enjoy. He had a bowl of ice cream, some cookies and a cup of the cappuccino. He was so wired and goofy he was cracking us up over the way his feet looked under the covers. No sleep for any of us that night.

A little more newer incident was my inlaws' landlord was at their house to collect the rent, and my niece, who is a little over a year old, comes running out the front door hollering her name over and over, and she had stripped off all her clothes. She had even taken off her diaper. It was embarrassing for her mom, but even she couldn't stop laughing at the sight of her baby girl.

08-02-2006, 07:43 AM
Several years ago, my Mom, Dad, Husband & I went to a 3rd Cousin's
Wedding. My Dad & the Bride's Dad are 1st Cousin's & very close, but
we didn't see her a lot & hadn't in a few years!

We were seated right behind the Mother of the Bride's pew.
When the Mother was seated we thought she didn't look like
the woman we knew!

Then the Bride came walking down the aisle & her Dad escorting her.
UH OH, we then knew we were at the WRONG wedding!
Now how to we get out of the Church?

When my Dad got tickled, he became really silly & couldn't stop laughing.
WELL, he started, then so did I! Then all of us were having a
diffcult time holding in side splittin' laughter!

As the Lord's Prayer was being said, my Dad pointed to the side
door which was right at his left, & we all bailed out of there.

We got a block down the street to the RIGHT Wedding,
just as they were pronounced Husband & Wife!
All of us enjoyed the Reception immensely!

Needless to say on the way home, we all laughed again as if
the mistaken wedding had just happened. Over the years this
story became a regular to relate at family functions & has remained
a topic of laughter.

When we think of this story, we always laugh at what the Bride's relatives
thought, for we know they were wondering, "who in the world were those people"?
This thought makes us laugh even harder!

I 'could' top this story & bring ya'll to your knees laughing
with another funy story, but it would DEFINITELY bring in Basil to delete it!:duh:
.....however, IF we all should ever meet in person,
you might convince me to tell it! ;) ...& might not! :D

Can you top this one? Tell us! :thumbsup:

08-03-2006, 11:09 PM
We took our truck into the Ford dealership to have the oil changed. Our salesman, who we have dealt with over the years, told us to take his white truck up town to do some shopping while the oil is being changed. "The keys are in it" he says.
So we were gone for an hour and a half. When we came back, as we got closer to the building there were people outside watching us drive up. I asked my husband why is everyone watching us. We walked in the building, everyone was looking at us. There was a deputy there. The receptionist said "You got back just in time. We were just sending the deputy out."
We took the wrong white truck. It was a customer's truck. The guy did not look happy. I started laughing. I thought it was funny, he didn't. He just walked out and drove off. It was a white truck and the keys were in it.
Now everytime we go for an oil change, the dealership takes us up town and we call them on our cell phone when they should pick us up. I still think it was funny.

08-04-2006, 08:06 AM
One time my hubby and I was at a restaurant having a very enjoyable meal.

I excused myself to go the Ladies room. I really wasn't paying to much attention when I open the door.

To my shock and horror, there was a man standing up doing his job.

OMG... He said the ladies room is next door.

I just about wet myself. I hurry to the Ladies room. Got out of there fast.

Went back to our table and told hubby we need to leave. I didn't want that guy to see me.

Just my luck the guy was on his way out. With a big smile on his face he ask me if I found the ladies room.:eek:

All my hubby could do was laugh all the way home.:speechless:

Thanks for the reminder, Ivy. I had a similiar encounter a couple years ago that I had forgotten about until now, only I was the one laughing.

We had a technical seminar for customers, and the building we used was an old school with the bathrooms together with a door at each end of both.

At the end of the day, I announced that I would check the bathrooms (trash, TP/papertowel volume, etc.). I looped thru the woman's room and into the men's room. One of the service guys was at the urinal looking at me like a deer in headlights. I told him that I said I was checking bathrooms and walked right on through and out the door.

I started laughing and everyone else figured out what was so funny when he walked out behind me still adjusting his pants.

There's an advantage to working with the same people for too many years.. They become family so all is quickly forgiven.

08-04-2006, 01:40 PM
Monday morning was the first day of football practice....my 15 yr old son calls me to come pick him up and bring some ice with me ( I thought he was hot and thirsty)......he has this huge 'egg' on his forehead.......he didn't do too well in his agility performance as he ran into a bar......he asked me if this meant anything, a sign or something......I told him that I was glad that his teammates were bigger than agility bars:D The next day, the girls in band were very sympathetic towards him and thought he looked "tough".....he has a new perspective on football:duh:

08-28-2006, 07:41 AM
OMG!! the deer/fish thing cracks me up....I am still laughing...

08-28-2006, 09:02 AM
Several years ago, my daughter, her hubby, & a friend went out to dinner. They asked the waiter to NOT bring the dessert tray, since none of them were going to eat dessert. Of course, he brought it anyway and, since Lisa had a longtime urge to see what those realistic looking desserts felt like. She reached out & squeezed one and------------it was the only REAL one on the tray. Another time, she, too, ended up in the men's room. Another time, she got her lip caught in a crack in a hard roll. Her hubby now keeps a list of restaurants they no longer return to.