Archive for 'funny'

A two-sentence horror story

Goodreads asked, and I answered. Read on if you dare!Graphic: "Can you tell us a two-sentence horror story?" Question via Goodreads, answer via Lisa Berne

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Reality, or . . .

. . . anything else? Happy weekend. :)Comic by the Awkward Yeti: Reality/Anything Else

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Getting Dressed

This made me laugh. Happy Monday. :)Comic: "Getting Dressed" by Sarah Andersen

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Which potion would you drink?

It’s Thursday, which means it’s Getting To Know You Day over on my Facebook page! Here’s today’s question . . . kind of a tough one, really . . .

Graphic: "Which potion would you drink?"

via @KatieMarieWrite on Twitter

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Bow wow!

It’s Thursday, which means it’s Getting To Know You Day on my Facebook page! Today we’re talking about (yes) doggy astrological signs. Apparently I’m a German shepherd. :)Infographic: "The Signs As Dogs" Would you like to join us? Stop on by!

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Meow!

I thought you’d like to see this cute bag. I mean — this cute CAT.

Photo: via Jon Jones on Twitter: a cat in an Abercrombie & Fitch bag

Via Jon Jones on Twitter

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“Ninja heart sneaks undetected . . .”

This made me laugh. Especially since I’m about to turn off the computer and go out of town, and offline, for a family get-together. TTYL. :)Comic: "Ninja Heart sneaks undetected . . ." by the Awkward Yeti

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“It’s my aromatherapy”

Something every book lover understands. :)Pickles comic strip: "It's my aromatherapy"

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Summer looks!

It’s been pretty hot here lately.Illustration: "Summer Looks" by Sarah Andersen

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“Scandalous dance moves”

Tom Gauld’s playful speculation about Jane Austen’s creative process in writing Pride and Prejudice. 

Illustration: Tom Gauld's playful speculation about Jane Austen's creative process in writing Pride and Prejudice

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