Dyslexic people struggle to read 7/24

I found an old letter from Manischewitz apologizing for gefilte fish.


I don’t like listening to podcasts because I feel like I’m eavesdropping on a conversation in which I have absolutely no interest whatsoever.


Trying to make small talk at a party with symphonic musicians:  “So, if a double bass is an upright, what’s a single bass?  Kissing a cellist?”


Global Warming:  this is what it sounds like when doves fry.  Come to think of it, I hear them crying, too.


Frankly, I do think someone would have given a damn if The Ten Commandments had been plastered all over the entrance to Tara.


The latest fundraising trend is to “call out” someone and make them “jump in” a pool for money.  I once knew a guy who called another guy and gave him money to make yet another guy go jump “in the lake”.


After going through the self check-out with bulky furnace filters and setting off the store alarm as I left Home Depot, I decided to make a run for it, just for fun.  No one noticed.


Sticks and stones may break my bones and words may sting, but attitude can suck balls.


That awkward moment when you’re holding your cell phone and try to use it as a remote on the TV.


Laying on the family room floor with the kid, lazily looking at phones.  I said, “let’s get some fresh air.”  Then I opened the sliders.


That gerbil on the wheel may be getting nowhere, but he’s burning calories.


Sometimes I’m nervous that I will get nervous.


They don’t call the northeast portion of Connecticut “The Quiet Corner” for nothing.  #NoCellNoRadioSignal

Quiet Corner CT





About Joanna Rapoza

I've gone to (100's of) pieces here in my blogs. Read, enjoy, laugh, cure insomnia; it's your choice.
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