Your laugh for the day


I just wonder if y’all are getting tired of the stuff I put on here


No! I am not tired of your memes. They are cute! I don’t always respond but I will put a heart as long as I haven’t run out of them for the day.

I don’t seem to find very many of them on my own to share. I mostly watch MVs and listen to music so I post those in other threads.




:sunglasses::rofl::joy::grin: That’s a different way to look at a food fight. :sunglasses:


I’d rather have the KISS


Nah, I’ll keep 6 feet away. I am very particular about who kisses me. :joy:


ok we have mentioned languages, so thought this would be a funny thing to see. so enjoy







Bless Your Heart (which is not a compliment)


I actually love people but HATE mornings, don’t even say Good Morning to me! I’m a Grinch


The blur was both mean and hilarious :laughing:
The whole convo was funny lol


Laughter might be the only contagious thing that you actually want to catch. So laugh whenever you get the chance, and laugh hard even when people give you funny looks. The right kind of person will start laughing too, without even knowing why.

I will look for the flowers by the side of the road; I will laugh and love and be strong. I will try to lighten another’s load this day as I fare along.

As soap is to the body, so laughter is to the soul.


Always laugh when you can. It is cheap medicine.





ok nuff about coffee, lets move on!!


:joy: I hadda think about that one for a minute. :rofl:

Don’t you just know it! :joy:



been doing that thios week, and get so sidetracked!




Verifying your check

The store clerk requested identification from a customer who had just written a personal check for her purchase.

After fumbling through her purse, she presented him with what she said was the only thing she had that bore both her name and address. It was a notice of insufficient funds from her bank.

Money’s too tight to mention:

Two old friends, Mary and Jane, were going shopping.

Mary was a spendthrift and she had a bad habit of constantly overdrawing her bank account.

Before leaving for the mall, Jane complained about her own lack of funds and sadly lamented, “If I buy anything, I guess I’ll have to use plastic.”

Unconcerned, Mary just whipped out her checkbook and said, “Well I’ll be using rubber.”