Going to be busy this week, even avoiding things I should be doing and being reminded by phone that, I have to attend the AGM of my Association tomorrow which will leave me with an unclear head until Friday.
This one is for those of us " over " 50's..
Now you know - if you're the only one at church, it's obviously not Sunday. You have to remember a lot of things when you get old.
For all of us who are seniors - for all of you who know seniors - and for all of you who will be seniors. It pays to be able to laugh about it when you are!
And, speaking of senior moments:
"WHERE is my SUNDAY paper?!" The irate customer calling the newspaper office loudly demanded, wanting to know where his Sunday edition was..
"Sir", said the newspaper employee, "today is Saturday. The Sunday paper is not delivered until tomorrow, on SUNDAY".
There was quite a long pause on the other end of the phone, followed by a ray of recognition as he was heard to mutter,
"Well, Holy hole in the head"... so that's why no one was at church today".
Fortunately, I have the Sydney Daily Telegraph delivered to my door daily, and my involuntary visits to the house of God have been to comply to the wishes of those being married or buried.
Question: Why were the sound of Church bells forbidden in Great Britain during WW2?
Your answers in comments section only, no Email answers.
The only Clue is 'Operation Sea lion'.
Congratulations to the England Ladies Cricket team and their Winning of the Women's World Cup.
Question: Why do some lady cricketers wear a Cricket Box when keeping wicket or batting?
Back later, Vest.
Tuesday, 24 March 2009
Age shall weary them and make them forget.
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To advise that Vest (Les Bowyer) passed away this morning. Regards, Chris (Son).
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I wonder if we could use a senility clause for non payment of bills? hehehe.
I've no clue on the Church bells or cricket thingys.
Take her breath away when you pull your pants down
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Hi Vesty , Wots a cricket box?
Luvsya kate x.
Aggie & Kate: the answers will be given later, ok. TFYC.
Jimmy: I am able to understand the reason for your exclusion from Keshi's new venture. If I have fallen from grace too, so be it. Water off a ducks back to me.
I am sure Keshi is a big girl now and knows exactly what she wants without our interference.
Bill and the Blonde
Bill, a handsome dude, walked into a sports bar around
9:58 PM. He sat down next to a blonde at the bar and
stared up at the TV.
The 10:00 PM news was coming on. The news crew was
covering a story of a man on a ledge of a large building
preparing to jump.
The blonde looked at Bill and said, 'Do you think he'll jump?'
Bill says, 'You know, I bet he'll jump.'
The blonde replied, 'Well, I bet he won't.'
Bill placed a $20 bill on the bar and said, 'You're on!'
Just as the blonde placed her money on the bar, the guy
on the ledge did a swan dive off the building, falling
to his death.
The blonde was very upset, but willingly handed her
$20 to Bill, saying, 'Fair's fair. Here's your money.'
Bill replied, 'I can't take your money, I saw this
earlier on the 5 PM news and so I knew he would jump.'
The blond replied, 'I did too; but I didn't think
he'd do it again.'
Bill took the money...
please no more mail till I come from my hoilday hope you all ok love Kany
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This is our chance to ask Senator Conroy to explain his plans to censor the internet.
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Thanks for being part of this,
Vestyyyyyyyyy! I read ur comment just now in my blog...awww I miss u too! no I hvnt forgotten our kids in the jungle either haha!
**This one is for those of us " over " 50's..
u see I hvnt reached that age group yet, so obviously my memory is in tact LOL!
Hows u? Hope all is well with ya. Gosh it's only been a month away from blogs but it feels like 100 years :( I miss u all and all the fun. but sometimes we've got to go by wut our hearts want us to do. And right now I dun feel like blogging. Let time and my instincts decide the future for me.
In the meantime, dun ever think I hv forgotten u...cos that can only happen when I die. *HUGZ* TC n keep in touch like u always do. It means alot to me u know.
Vest, I shall presume after much deliberation that the ringing of church bells across the whole of Britain during the second world war would be to indicate the country was in threat of invasion.
Not sure about the cricket box thing -is it a joke? Mike.
My mother says vest is being rude about the cricket box as some of them girly cricketers are bigger than rugby footy players, I'm saying its in case they lose the cricket ball, am i right.
I guess I was right vesty , but I wasn't saying about the women cricket players, you are very naughty, Luvs ya kate,x.
I notice that the punctuation guru is back again, what a frigging bore.
My hubby tells me that it is a joke about ladies cricket boxes but if one does collect one in the nether regions you can run a Six.
I never wore a box. and was never big enough to score a six
Vest is my hubby, who was playing cricket with local kids in the reserve when living at Seven hills NSW Aust- long time back.
I picked up the ball and threw not bowled - A Full Toss, poor hubby vest was not wearing a cricket box, and his look of anguish was a one up for me, he spoke like the godfather for a moment, and the kids thought it was great fun.
Thankyou Rosemary. More to it I can bear teste moanial to your comment.
And thank you all for your comments. also I thank Mike and Wally for the answers.
The graphic reply from an anonymouse caller, about the cricket box titled 'A Hole in One', unfortunately could not be posted.
I can see that Rosemary got u in the balls
was it bcoz of your jungle escapade?
Sue is bragging.
Church Bells again.
> Sunday Morning Sex
> I will never hear church bells ringing again without smiling..
> Upon hearing that her elderly grandfather had just passed away, Katie
> went straight to her grandparent's house to visit her 95-year-old
> grandmother and comfort her.
> When she asked how her grandfather had died, her grandmother replied,
> he had a heart attack while we were making love on Sunday morning.'
> Horrified, Katie told her grandmother that 2 people nearly 100 years
> old having sex would surely be asking for trouble.
> Oh no, my dear,' replied granny. 'Many years ago, realizing our
> advanced age, we figured out the best time to do it was when the
> church bells would start to ring. It was just the right rhythm. Nice
> and slow and even.
> nothing too strenuous, simply, in on the Ding and out on the Dong.'
> She paused to wipe away a tear, and continued, 'He'd still be alive if
> the ice cream truck hadn't come along.'
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