Ok, I don’t have kids, but this made me laugh out loud. Mostly because I think my mother actually said this to me once. (If this is too small to read, you can click on the image to enlarge it)
And Now For Something Completely Different January 31, 2008
That last post was a bummer. Watch this.
So I’m Just Going To Post Videos From Here On Out October 28, 2007
Because clearly I am incapable of keeping up with posting real information on a regular basis.
Ladies and gentlemen, this is Anita Renfroe and she is hysterical.
I first saw her at the Women of Faith conference earlier this year and she absolutely cracked me up. She is a stand up comedian and the author of several books, including, “If You Can’t Lose It, Decorate It” which, by the way, has a picture of a woman wearing a bright sparkly belt on the cover.
I think this will be my new mantra.
Now, I’m not a mom, but this song cracked me up.
In Your Pants August 1, 2007
And since I love the Harry Potter, I thought the song was too funny.
So I went to this guy’s website, and it turns out that he and his brother, John Green (author of An Abundance of Katherines and Looking for Alaska), are performing this experiment where they only communicate through video blogs for a full year. I started watching their videos, and (long story short) they crack me up.
Now, I know you’ve all heard of the thing you do when you eat a fortune cookie – you immediately have to add “in bed” to the end of whatever the fortune may be – i.e. “A new career opportunity will present itself – in bed.” So yeah, haha. Not that funny. But these guys have taken it even further. Turns out “in your pants” works very well for books. So Flannery O’Connor’s classic “A Good Man is Hard to Find” becomes “A Good Man is Hard to Find In Your Pants.”
Of course it becomes hysterically funny when you’re telling your mother about this over lunch in the church library, and you can’t look anywhere with out finding another insanely hysterical one (or hideously inappropriate one). For instance –
Perilous Pursuits In Your Pants
How Now Shall We Live? In Your Pants
This Too Shall Pass In Your Pants
Oh the list goes on.
I invite each of you to discover what hidden treasures lie in your bookshelves. Or your pants.