Sunday, July 26, 2020

Bright, Sunny Sunday

Good morning friends. I already wrote a paragraph but lost it and I'm so exhausted I'm not going to write it again. It was about my two weeks of going to the many places having to arrange the many different things I had to buy for my new home. I'm exhausted and I still had to meet with the man who is doing my driveway, my patio and my pad for my shed. Did I already say good morning to you?


A teenager tells his father, “There’s water in my car’s carburetor.”

The father looks confused and says, “Water in the carburetor? That’s ridiculous.”

But the son insists, “I’m telling you, there’s water in the carburetor.”

His father is starting to get a little nervous. “You don’t even know what a carburetor is” he says, “I’ll check it out. Where’s the car?”

“In the pool.”

A young teenager walks in to a pharmacy

A young teenager walks in to a pharmacy to buy a pack of condoms. There was a beautiful assistant behind the counter and she noticed that the boy was inexperienced. She handed him the package and asked if he knew how to put it on.
“No, I’ve never done it”.
Next thing he knew, the assistant opened the package, took one out and slid it on her thumb. She warned the boy to make sure that it was secure and to leave excess rubber on the tip. The woman saw that the boy still wasn’t sure, so she looked around to see if anyone was there.
“Just a minute”, she said while she took the boys hand and led him to another room.
She unbuttoned her blouse and removed it.
“Do these excite you?”, she asked.
Well the boy was so dumbstruck that he just nodded. She then said that it was time to put the condom on.
The assistant dropped her panties and jumped on the boy’s wiener. It was all wonderful, but unfortunately the boy couldn’t hold it back.
He was done within moments.
The woman looked at him and asked if he had put the condom on.
“Sure thing, sealed with a bit of rubber on top”, the boy said and held his thumb up.
The assistant fainted.

A teenager comes home from schooling being very anxious

A teenager comes home from school and being very anxious asks her
mother, "Is it true what Rita just told me? That babies come out of the same place where boys put their thingies?"

"Yes, dear," replies her mother, pleased that the subject had finally come up and she wouldn't have to explain it.

"But," she cried, "when I have a baby, won't it knock my teeth out?"

Teenager Jamie stormed into the house furiously "Dad! You asked me to put a potato in my swimming trunks to impress the girls there!!!"

"You did not specify it had to go in front!!!!!"

Teenager: I Think I'm pregnant mom.

Mom: No you're not

Teenager: I believe I'm pregnant!

Mom: I said you're not!


MOM: SHUT UP SON! You're not!
    Have A Wonderful Day My Friends 
Cruisin Paul


  1. Building a new home is exhausting, but you're going to be done at some point and you'll be very happy. You'll see. No stairs. Just keep saying no stairs.

    Love all the funnies. Babies do take nine months to download.

    Have a fabulous day and week, Paul. 😎

    1. You are correct Sandee. It's coming to the end but now we have to clean out the stuff that we don't want and get rid of the extra chairs and couches and all the rest of the junk, I call it junk, my wife calls it something else. LOL See ya my friend.

  2. Why is it that my stuff is stuff and your stuff is junk? Heeheehee!

    Thanks for the funnies, and i hope you are done with traipsing around deciding things and that they will simply get on with it and get the house built.

    1. Stuff, junk whatever the word is funny, happy and great. Once it's gone, we can be happy, happy, happy. LOL Thanks Mimi.

  3. I agree with the others once it's all done Pauleo you will be thinking that it was all well worth it.

    That is annoying after you have typed a whole paragraph or two and lose it I usually keep clicking save so i can't lose it now

    The jokes were funny as always Pauleo now have a rest :-)

    Have a safetastic week 😷😷😷

    PS: I hope your keyfob is ok :-)

    1. My keyfob is doing well and it's doing what it is suppose to do. Thanks for asking Steveo.I bet at this time next time, I'll be sitting on my patio under my gazebo drinking a cup of coffee just resting thinking about what kind of pain in the butt I was. LOL

  4. Moving is exhausting. I'm sorry it's getting to you.
    Chin up, it's almost over and you'll be settled in in no time...I hope.

  5. I hope your prep work is close to done. It can be stressful. Almost as stressful as parenting teenagers.

    1. Ha,ha,ha, you make me laugh Rhonda " as parenting teenagers ". But you know, you are right. Thanks my friend.

  6. Moving house and getting the new house ready can be very exhausting but it has to be done. Very soon, you can relax and enjoy your new home.


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