Slim and Franke

Slim and Franke

Thursday, September 01, 2011

DON'T LAUGH -- PLEASE LAUGH

I am always doodling out some cartoon or other. Rarely does anyone think they are funny but I crack myself up.

Ron and I were leaving one of his treatment appointments. Outside at the valet parking one of our friends in a power chair was awaiting his community senior citizen bus. It seems that it had broken down and he was stranded until they could send a replacement.

Here is an idea for a cartoon I scribbled out about a solution for that.



25 comments:

  1. Well, Annie, it DID make me laugh!!

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  2. Well - I did have to laugh. :) Love your doodle!

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  3. Lynn -- So you "had to" laugh because it was funny or you "had to" laugh because you knew I would kick and scream if you didn't? LOL My grandkids all love my doodles even if they don't like the cartoon.

    Brown English Muffin -- You said it just the way I wanted. Thanks.

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  4. That is so funny - not to the seniors involved though.

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  5. Love the laughs, thanks!

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  6. Ha ha, that cracked me up!

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  7. Annie,

    What's so funny about that?

    EVERYTHING!!!!!!

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  8. Great idea.....I will mention it to my mom at "The Home"! She will definitely get a good laugh out of it.

    : )

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  9. Pat Mackenzie -- The power chair my mother had was so strong,I believe a few of those could have pulled a van. I think the seniors might think it was a good idea.

    Riot Kitty -- To think I made you laugh and there wasn't even a cat in the drawing.

    LL Cool Joe -- That is high praise indeed. Thanks.

    Nancy -- You are the best. By the way have your bananas ripened enough to make the bread yet and if so, did the cranberries work in it? I haven't tried that yet.

    Grammie -- I believe you mom would have the right sense of humor to get a kick out of that. My best bet would be that they could think of a lot of things to do with those power chairs.

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  10. Annie,

    I'm working on it. Every day I feel the bananas and check their color. I'm waiting till they are perfect.This cake is going to be the BEST!

    I couldn't find cranberries at our store so I thought something the same color would do, so I bought watermelon. Do you think that will be OK?

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  11. Nancy -- You may have something there. Give it a try and tell me how it goes:) LOL

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  12. OMG! This makes me LOL very loud.

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  13. You are brilliant. sandie

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  14. You have a very creative mind!

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  15. I wonder how fast powerchairs can go... funny soluton

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  16. I think this is to cute. You made me smile

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  17. That is AWESOME! I take this as a sign that we are kindred spirits. My brain does stuff like that too.

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  18. You may really be on to something here! ~ j///b

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  19. Life in the BGV – Glad you liked it.

    Bonnie (Borninazoo) – Now that’s what I want!

    Chatty Crone – Brilliant? Wow thanks Sandie.

    Susan Adcox – My family usually says I have a warped mind. It’s nice to hear “creative” Thanks.

    Snaggle Tooth – Plus I wonder how many it would take to pull a van? My mother had a very powerful power chair that was built to ride on the highway in case of a breakdown. It had tires that were as good as vehicle tires.

    Casey – And it didn’t cost a dime. LOL

    Sparkling Red – How scary is that? LOL

    LZ Blogger – Let me know when you see that happening along the highway on one of your many adventures. Then you will know I was on to something:)

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  20. At first I thought they were going backwards - and then got the message. Funny:)

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  21. I got it right away and it is funny to me.. great cartoon..

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  22. Pat -- I guess it could look like they are going backwards. Glad you got it.

    ancient one -- I am happy that you got it right away. Perhaps I should draw it a little more formally.

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