Slim and Franke

Slim and Franke

Friday, March 03, 2017

FRIDAY FUNNIES

My chickens never had to worry about this.




We all need a wise extinguisher:-)




Previous two from my son and this from my friend Beth.





Bye-bye Nanny:-(  From my grandson Ryan.





On a more serious note.  I ask the lady buying 13 pairs of shoes and socks if she had that many children. She said these were for some children in the school who were in need.  Their church offered to meet the need.  

Don't look in my basket.  The peach cobbler was for guests not just for me...

13 comments:

  1. Ha! No judging here. :) Love these funnies! And I hope Grandma survived!

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  2. Something here for every type of sense of humor. It's always good to start my day with a laugh.

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  3. Good laughs to start my day. Thanks, but OMG I hope they got Nanny back!

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    1. Sorry...typo....
      Super fish oil..snort. Not to worry, I never look in other peoples baskets.

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  5. Am I evil for checking out other people's baskets and judging?

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  6. Aww, poor Nana. Ha ha on the peach cobbler but bless her heart for caring.

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  7. Your son does like the puns! I hope Nana was okay.

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  8. Love that generous woman. And hooray for your church in helping her.
    Love the funnies.
    And I DO look in other people's baskets. Try not to judge though.

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  9. You give peach cobbler to guests?? My guests are lucky if they get coffee, they have to make their own too, so they get it just how they like it and can't complain *~*
    Lovely of that woman to buy shoes and socks for the children.
    LOVE the cartoons.

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  11. I don't check out other people's carts because I really don't care what they're buying, but if you had been like me, you'd never have that heartwarming story about the woman and the shoes. Very sweet.

    Loved the comics. Very funny.

    I hope they fished poor Nana from the sea.


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  12. Poor Nana!

    I don't look in other people's baskets either, I'm too focused on mine, but I would have noticed the lady with all the trainers. What a nice thing to do.

    What is peach cobbler?

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