Bubba and Johnny Ray, two good ole boys from North Carolina, were sitting’ on the front porch drinking beer when a large truck hauling rolls and rolls of sod went by.
“I’m gonna do that when I win the lottery,” said Bubba.
“Do what?” asked Johnny Ray.
“Send my grass out to be mowed,” answered Bubba.
“Everyone has feelings, except for snakes and principals.” – Donna Maria G, age 9
“Laugh and the world laughs with you, cry and the world laughs at you.” – Rob P, age 8
“If life gives you nothing but lemons, make up a better shopping list for it.” – Steven B, age 8
“Moses came down with the Ten Amendments, which were God’s Bill of Wrongs.” – Susie F., age 7
“Doctors automatically know what’s wrong with you. They have a sick sense.” – Beau M., age 10
One of the things a parent asked her children to do is pick up any branches or sticks in the yard. She could tell her six-year-old daughter was tiring of the chore when they were driving through town and she asked, “Mom, how do all these other people keep the sticks on their trees?”
A woman was taking her time browsing through everything at a friend’s yard sale, and said to her, “My husband is going to be very angry I stopped at a yard sale.”
“I’m sure he’ll understand when you tell him about all the bargains you found,” her friend replied.
“Normally, yes,” she said. “But he just broke his leg, and he’s waiting for me to take him to the hospital to have it set.”
There once was an old man who was about to die. He told his wife to put a bag of money in the attic “When I die I’ll get it on my way up.” chuckled the old man.
Well when the old man died the wife went up to the attic and found that the bag of money was still there. “I knew I should have put that money in the cellar!” said the old woman.
Jack’s mother ran into the bedroom when she heard him scream and found his two-year old sister pulling his hair. She gently released the little girl’s grip and said comfortingly to Jack, “There, there. She didn’t mean it. She doesn’t know that hurts.”
She was barely out of the room when the little girl screamed. Rushing back in, she asked, “What happened?”
“She knows now,” Jack replied.
A skeleton walks down empty Main Street. Suddenly he sees another skeleton carrying a gravestone. “Hey, what are you doing?” the other skeleton answers “Just strolling”.
“Why do have the gravestone, buddy?”
“Because I always want to have some ID”.
As the family gathered for a big dinner together, the youngest son announced that he had just signed up at an army recruiter’s office.
There were audible gasps around the table, then some laughter, as his older brothers shared their disbelief that he could handle this new situation. “Oh, come on, quit joking,” snickered one. “You didn’t really do that, did you?”
“You would never get through basic training,” scoffed another.
The new recruit looked to his mother for help, but she was just gazing at him. When she finally spoke, she simply asked, “Do you really plan to make your own bed every morning?”