And, just to prove I know how to use italics and bold features, I plan on running said Funnies on a weekly basis.
Or, whenever I feel like it.
Drawing on pictures I find on the Drudge Report, I'll be posting them here once I inflict my Facebook friends. Sorry, Facebook has dibs. And not just because it has Words With Friends. Well, actually, it has a lot to do with that.
By the way, speaking of the poor man's Scrabble, I'm rocking the batcrap out of 'Qi.' But, Maria from Marlias World is totally kicking the snot out of me. I thought I knew a lot of words, but this lady pulls words from her lexicon (see? I told you I knew some words) that boggle my mind. Like grecized! Holy crap! I never heard of that word before.
Apparently, it's Greek for causing a word, phrase, or whatever to take on a Grecian form.
Wait for it....I don't know, it's all Greek to me.
Now, where was I? Oh, yeah, Facebook Funnies. So, I find a picture and then give it a caption. Hopefully, it will be a funny, not sucky, caption.
For you poor, masochistic bastards who are my FB friends as well as Blogger followers (Sherilin, Nancy S. Thompson, Matt, Rodney, and the vocabulary savant, Maria), I apologize for the comedy reruns.
You may want to step back, make yourself a sandwich, and read one of the fine, fine blogs which are out there. Might I suggest you read each other's blogs? You're all funny and entertaining. But, I'd steer clear of Maria. She'll slap a ten letter Greek word without vowels on your unsuspecting ass quicker than you can say baklava jubilee.
Just kidding, Maria!
But-pssssttt!-you may want to have a dictionary handy, just in case.
Now that I've prepped today's picture (geez, I hope you're still around)...
|"Ya know, if that whole Supreme Court thing doesn't work out for you, you may want to consider washing your face, taking the dress off, and seeing if you can get your job back playing 'Doug' on the 'King of Queens.'|
NOTE: For my non-American friends, you may not get some of these. That's okay. We have a real tough time understanding why Russell Brand is famous or why in the world the French think Jerry Lewis is so frikkin' funny, either.
That's it for tonight. I need to finish the final chapter of the Xerxes saga. Frankly, this post was just a little easier to write (see what I mean? Facebook Funnies is going to be a comedy goldmine! And allow me plenty of time for some good old-fashioned laying in front of the TV with my shirt off.
The problem is, there are more Greeks in that story than at an all-night diner in Paterson, New Jersey.
I may need Maria to do some grecizing on some Persians for me.