The Humor Thread

Rusty James

TVWBB Gold Member
You’re so old…

  • You remember when rainbows only came in black & white
  • Your social security number is 1
  • You remember when the Dead Sea was only sick
  • Your back goes out more than you do
  • You took a driving test on a dinosaur
  • Your birthday suit needs ironing
  • “Getting lucky” means you found your car in the parking lot
 

Joan

TVWBB All-Star
Replace winter with summer and you have Florida seasons. lol

Opps forgot the 4th season - Hurrican season

Looks like we might be seeing some of that tomorrow.
 

Frank in Colorado

TVWBB Member
Be well and hunker down... I have a sister who lives on the panhandle near Pepsicola... she might be spared.
Always good to have propane for the grill in case you lose power.
We'll keep you in our thought so as to fare through it.
 

Joan

TVWBB All-Star
Be well and hunker down... I have a sister who lives on the panhandle near Pepsicola... she might be spared.
Always good to have propane for the grill in case you lose power.
We'll keep you in our thought so as to fare through it.
Thanks Frank, I am a little nervous about it. Thank goodness both tanks are filled. And we have a small generator if we loose power. Enough for the fridge at least. The big one for the house isn't ready yet. And to make things worse, DH has to run the cat to the vet. Hasn't eaten anything in 2 days. What next?
 

Joan

TVWBB All-Star
Look what the government says. According to them, we only have two seasons.

Southeast Florida is characterized by two predominant seasons-- summer and winter. The summer season is characterized by warm, humid conditions with frequent showers and thunderstorms. The winter season has cooler temperatures, lower humidities and less frequent precipitation. The two missing seasons-- autumn and spring-- are included in the winter season because these two transition periods are drier and cooler than the summer season. Each year the starting and ending of the summer season is a topic of interest in southeast Florida. The rains which help to signal the beginning of the summer season and put an end to the late winter dryness, and the all-too-frequent water-use restrictions, are always welcomed. Then when the day-after-day high temperatures and humidities of the summer have lasted for what seems to be an eternity, the first period of lower humidities and slightly cooler temperatures are greatly anticipated by all. To my knowledge, no one has ever investigated the climatological records to determine the beginning and ending dates of this important annual climatological event.
 

Joan

TVWBB All-Star
Thanks Frank, I am a little nervous about it. Thank goodness both tanks are filled. And we have a small generator if we loose power. Enough for the fridge at least. The big one for the house isn't ready yet. And to make things worse, DH has to run the cat to the vet. Hasn't eaten anything in 2 days. What next?
More on cat on another Conversation thread.
 

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