This Is A Waste Of Your Time….


HELLO GENTLE READERS,

I enjoy useless information so, how about a freakishly funny, fantastically far-fetched, fascinatingly funky, far-out feast of fertilizer? As you can see, I also enjoy alliteration.

  •  The expression “three-dog night” comes from when its so cold you need to sleep with three dogs to keep warm. I admit I’ve slept with “dogs” before but, never in a menage-a-trios.
  •  You are more apt to become a target of mosquitoes if you eat bananas. I imagine you would also be a more likely target of monkeys.
  • Tigers have striped skin as well as striped fur. I guess thats why you never see one on “L.A. Ink“.
  • White eggs come from chickens with white feathers. Brown eggs come from chickens with brown feathers. Easter eggs come from chickens who have been on “L.A. Ink“. Ok, I made up the Easter egg bit.
  • Did you know that a “jiffy” is an actual unit of time? It is between 1/50th and 1/100th of a second. Its also a very fine peanut butter if you can catch it.
  • There are more insects in a square mile of rural land than there are human beings on earth. The meek may well inherit the earth but, they’ll have to wrestle it away from the bugs.
  • French Fries, Swiss Steak, Chop Suey and Russian Dressing are all American in origin. I wonder if American Cheese is Japanese?
  • The “sixth sick Sheiks sixth sheeps sick” may be the hardest tongue twister in the English language. Being a hillbilly, I even had trouble typing it.
  • Forty percent of the people who attend a party at your house will snoop through your medicine cabinet. A solution to this may be to only invite sixty percent of the people you would normally invite.
  • Cats are now in more households than dogs. They’re in more trees too, I imagine.
    Refried beans are only fried once but, who’s counting? Nobody it seems.Please feel free to ridicule or add to this list.

Tom and LaVerna Vickers 

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