Laughter: the Best Christmas Present

Sheep! Too cute!

The streak continues!  How long can the “Sunday (& Not-Sunday) Seven last?  Who knows.  Take bets!  Start a pool!  At least now I’ll try to get them posted on Sunday.  Unless, of course, I don’t.  :/

I actually have three Sunday Seven posts started, but with it being Christmas Eve, I thought of something more appropriate to the season.   Every year around November/December, I receive the Signals catalog.  It’s “for Fans & Friends of Public Television,” (that’s what it says on the cover) which I support.  It boasts unusual games, DVD sets, jewelry, pottery, clothing, and more; many items are made in developing countries.  It also has a bevy of T-shirts with silly sayings.  Here are seven my favorites.  They’re in no particular order because I couldn’t determine which ones I liked best.  (See #6 below.)

Seven Silly T-Shirt Sayings (Ha!  Alliteration!)

  1. Hyphenated.  Non-hyphenated.  That’s irony.
  2. The engineer’s motto:  If it ain’t broke, take it apart and fix it.
  3. Meddle not in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and good with catsup.
  4. People who wonder if the glass is half full or half empty are missing the point.  The glass is refillable.
  5. I prefer my kale with a silent K.
  6. My decision-making skills resemble those of a squirrel trying to cross the street.
  7. 99 bugs in the code
    99 bugs in the code
    Take one down
    And patch it up
    132 bugs in the code.

And that’s a wrap!

Merry Christmas, all!

Woof!
Woof!

(Photos  and quotes ©2017 Signals catalog)

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