Laughter: The Universal Language – #59

Okay, this is a cornball joke, but I couldn’t resist. ‘Cause it’s a funny
cornball joke! 😀

Photo: Eagle (cc) by Morten Holm

One day, Harry the Eagle waited at the nest for Mary, his darling of 10 glorious years, to return from her pilates class (or whatever).  After a while, when she didn’t return, he went looking and found her. Harry gasped (if birds can indeed gasp). She had been shot dead!

Harry was devastated, but after about six minutes of mourning (birds’ emotions are as fleeting as their attention span), he decided that he must get himself another mate.  Since there weren’t any single lady eagles available, that meant he’d have to cross the feather barrier, so off he flew, far afield, to find a new mate.

Finally he found a lovely dove and brought her back to the nest.

The sex was good, but all the dove would say is:

“I am a DOVE, I want to love! I am a DOVE, I want to love!”

Well this really got on Harry’s nerves after a while, so he kicked the dove out of the nest and flew off once more to find another new mate.

He soon found a very sexy loon (Don’t ask me what a sexy loon is. How the hell should I know?!) and brought her back to the nest. Again the sex was good, but all the loon would say is:

“I am a LOON, I want to spoon! I am a LOON, I want to spoon!”

So out with the loon.

Once more Harry flew off to find a mate. This time he found a gorgeous duck, and brought her back to the nest. Now the sex was great, but all the duck would say was…

No! the duck didn’t say THAT!

… Don’t be disgusting!

What the duck said was:

“I am a DRAKE,

You made a MITHTAKE!!”


21 thoughts on “Laughter: The Universal Language – #59

    1. Lol!! Most of my ‘Laughter’ posts have a twist at the end. BTW Linda, I think I’d like to switch our repartee to email. Could you go to my Contact Me page and send me your email address in a message there? Then I’ll write you (prob’y tomorrow) so you’ll have my address too. Ok? xox

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      1. Sure, I will go there and do this Ellie. I have to figure out how to do my “contact me” … I’ll noodle around this weekend and if I can’t figure it out, I’ll reach out to a Happiness Engineer. I thought it was the way my theme was set up.

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        1. I was thinking about it after I read your comment and I thought maybe I had left the info as “visible” and that was the problem, plus the fact that the widget was set up for a business, more than personal, with a map/street address/phone number, etc. So, then I came back on here briefly today and realize that it is not a widget because I Googled and got a help video at YouTube and you have to insert it as code to create the “Contact Me” page. There were several steps, so I’m going to work on it this weekend. In the meantime, I did send you my e-mail address and a comment as well on your “Contact Me” portion of your homepage. Your homepage is very interesting looking and I like how you ‘ve separated your different blogs up and the artwork you used – very nice!

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        2. Hi Linda! You write “I did send you my e-mail address and a comment as well on your “Contact Me” portion of your homepage.” However I never got it. Are you sure you wrote it on my Contact Me on my page? And pressed Send? Never got it, very strange! Hate to ask, I know it’s a drag, but, er, could you please do it again? Just send your address, you don’t have to write a ‘novel’! 😉 Thanks for your kind words re my homepage! That alphabet depiction is the one and only time I actually PAID for an image! Heh, all the other ones I use are free (‘creative commons’) or else they’re family photos.

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        3. Sure I will do it again – I wonder why this is happening because the same thing happened with Anne Mehrling and I had to just send the e-mail address in a post and she just deleted it afterward. I like that image. I subscribed to “Dollar Photo” for awhile and then they went out of business. I can re-purpose some of the holiday/season/month pictures as I paid for them and no attribution is needed.
          I use Pixabay for the pictures I need to supplement my own.

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        4. I just sent the e-mail address again and pushed “submit” so if you don’t get it this time, I see you are on Twitter and so am I and I’ll send a private message that way.
          I just use Twitter to follow news, weather and a handful of sites, but don’t circulate my blog from there. I am Walkin’ Woman @oldshoeleather.

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        5. Still didn’t get it. I just emailed my daughter – the WordPress maven – who will perhaps know what the problem is. Meanwhile I invite you to please tweet me a DM – @EllieMtlQc Thanks!

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