Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Guess What Day It Is?




Funny....

'Hump Day' meant something else when I was growing up.

Like half-price every Wednesday at the whorehouse. 

You know, after 27 years of marriage, I may want to look into that.

The whorehouse, not the camel.

It's a male camel.  What do you think I am?

A freak?



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    1. In a pinch. Although a Bactrian camel would be better. Wait for it.....
      Because it has two humps.

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  2. I have successfully evaded that question Mr P... now how do I get it out of my head I ask you?

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    1. I've been saying it all week. I'm driving Mrs. Penwasser crazy. She just sighs and tells me, "Well, you can forget about THAT. Just watch the commercial."

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  3. Well, yes - NOW I think you're a freak. A superfreak. You're super-freaky - yeow.

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    1. Haha! I'm never going to be able to think of this song without thinking of you, Al. LOL

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  4. Speaking of hump day, did you hear there is an Amish farm in Lancaster county raising camels for their milk????? Tru Dat!!!! Google it. At least we know the women with their flowing dresses will never have to worry about camel toe.

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    1. So that explains all the dudes with dishtowels on their heads.

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  5. WAAAAA! I guess I am too late for the image - not loading :(

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    1. Really? Oh, bummer. It is a crack-up.

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  6. That commercial always makes me smile. Geico comes out with some pretty good ones.

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    1. My brother has informed me-I don't QUITE agree-that the GEICO commercial with the owls is funnier.

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  7. haha not just 10 minutes ago my boss called us all into his office and showed us that commercial.

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    1. Great minds think alike?
      Maybe he'd appreciate tomorrow's post. I mention Canadians and how polite you are.

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  8. the day is really just too old fashioned a term, the younger generations have no idea what is means. It should really be renamed date night.

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  9. I'm very confused right now, I'd never heard of Hump Day before but it sounds awesome to me!

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    1. Hump Day means you're halfway through the workweek, in other words "over the hump."
      Hmm....did you want a serious explanation? Cause I could through in some sophomoric sex reference .

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  10. That camel in the commercial looks much like Lucky, the camel I recently rode in India. That's one funny commercial.

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    1. Lucky....hump. Ladies and gentlemen, you can't make this stuff up.

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  11. This commercial makes make giggle... Happy HumpDay to you!

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  12. Do I have to answer your question? ;0) BTW, your comment on my blog was hilarious!

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  13. I have never heard of hump day until I started reading blogs. Is it an american thing?

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    1. I think it must be. See my response to Yeamie above.

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  14. The woman who said it was hump day had a distinct lack of enthusiasm in her voice. It must be a day of atonement for certain women. I wonder what your wife thinks.

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  15. Hump day is a way better option than Labor Day especially for us guys! That would hurt!

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    1. Labor Day is a natural result of Hump Day.

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  16. I LOVE this commercial. And so do the kids... and Tony.... which is why it's constantly being "replayed" in live action here...

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  17. I've been walking around the house for the last few days shouting, "Hump dayyyyyy."
    Mrs. Penwasser is not amused.

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  18. In Hawaii they call speed bumps, "speed humps."

    There is a system called the "CAMEL rating" that grades financial institutions. The joking answer to virtually every question about a CAMEL rating is either "one hump" or "two humps." Of course the answer is nonsensical and usually elicits a dirty look from the person asking the question, but screw 'em if they can't take a joke!
    See? It makes so little sense that I could hardly even explain it.

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  19. I think having Camel Teeth would be even worse than Camel Toe, though it's a ghastly combination.

    Julie

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  20. In my house, we have 2 hump days. The traditional Wednesday and because my husband works weekends, his hump day is Sunday. He switches jobs in a couple weeks and it will go back to the Wednesday hump day, but you don't have to wait til that day to celebrate.

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