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Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Beauty Tips

This is news:

I'm waiting for the next edition:

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Wednesday, April 8, 2015

P Again

Since when did urine become so vocal?  This was in the news, today:

Well why don't I slap on some safety goggles and dip a test tube in the toilet next time and I'll see for myself what my pee is telling me?  Nah...  I can probably guess what it's saying:

"Okay, now flush"


"I used to be water"


"I am #1"

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Spring Snow

It snowed yesterday, which many folks were unhappy about, being a couple weeks into spring, and all.  But I say...

Monday, April 6, 2015

Steak Advice

Here are some adjacent articles I found online:

So which is it?  Should we be freeze-frying or deep-frying our steaks?  What if we deep-freeze-fry them?  Will that work all the same?  What about for non-$50 steaks?

It's funny enough that they pinned those two articles right next to each other, but the best part is, if you open them, it's basically the same method stated in two completely separate articles.  MSN is free news, so I guess you get what you pay for.

Friday, April 3, 2015

Good Friday Funny

Thursday, April 2, 2015

PB and J

In case you missed the memo, today is national Peanut Butter and Jelly day!  That's right, there's an unofficial day.  So grab some bread and slather it on.  Nothing spells patriotism like PB&J.  :)

Side note:  I actually really like peanut butter and jelly.  It's always my go-to if lunch/dinner options are limited.  And considering the prolific amount of pb&j I ate as a kid, it's surprising to me that I still like them.  I don't know what it is.  Maybe it's because it's like eating dessert for the main course... but you can still have dessert.

So in honor of today, the following sort of goes without saying:

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Toilet to Tap

This is obviously oversimplified...

The reality is, many people in the country and world already do this.  It's called waste water recycling.  The other option California is considering right now is desalinating the ocean water (taking the salt out).  If you think about it, though, it's basically drinking fish pee, using the same oversimplification.

Maybe a better title for the article would be:

"Why California Could Soon Be Drinking Pee of Some Sort."

... or maybe just

"Californians Drink Pee."

... or even

"Look at This Can of Water; It Has Nothing to do With This Article."

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