Tuesday, March 11, 2014

What's good for the Glam-der is good for the Mother Goose...

What do you call a glamorous grandchild and a glamorous grandmother?

Glam-baby and Glam-Ma*


* Though these terms have been in existence for a little while and I cannot quite ascertain who coined the terms, credit to Risha Neal for bringing these magical terms into our lives.

Footwear and farm animals, shoe 'nough!

What do you call it when you have a cow on your shoe?

"Moo"-shoe (Moo shu).

What do you call it when you have a horse on your shoe?

Horseshoe (obviously).

What do you call it when you have a goat on your shoe?

You don't.  I've got your goat!


Don't be a-brayed, donkey!

Why didn't the donkey laugh when the giant joked that he was so hungry he could eat a horse?

He was worried the giant was-in-gesting!*


Best read as: "He was worried the giant wasn't jesting."

Thursday, March 6, 2014

I hope it was at least a 100 Grand (Bar)

What happened when the attorney was caught with a stolen candy bar?

He was dis-barred.