Sunday, January 25, 2015

It's a Conundrum

Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey, when faced with a dilemma....



What you're supposed to think:  "Hmm, I really should sign that Animal Welfare Bill, shouldn't I?"

What he's actually thinking:  "Hmm, should I get the glazed?  Or jelly-filled?  Or both?"

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  1. I heard a rumor he was running for president





    of New Jersey's Doughnut Lovers Club

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    1. Think of the benefit he could gain from running.
      But, also think of all the doughnut lives lost!
      Oh, the humanity!

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  2. He looks like he tends to get both...

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  3. Hey, there are better reasons to pick on this guy than just because he's fat.

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    1. I agree, like being a Cowboys fan for starters.

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    2. True, there are. He is a tad more svelte, but the dude's a loudmouth. Oh, and don't think I've ignored the Cowboys thing, either.

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    1. As Susan says below, he has lost some weight, so it's not as MUCH fun anymore (we'll always have Michael Moore!). But, the picture to me spoke volumes.

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  5. Now that looks like a man who can get things done.

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  6. He goes both ways chewing the fat

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  7. Gee, in that picture, it looks as though he's lost some weight. Maybe he's only buying his doughnuts by the half-dozen now.

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    1. In all seriousness, I agree. He's no Michael Moore, though.

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  8. As a political junkie, I am really wondering if he's going to run or not!

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    1. I hope he does (I won't vote for him) because I don't want him to drop out of sight. I really, really enjoy having a Republican to make fun of (both he and Boehner are comedy gold). Goodness knows I make enough fun of Democrats.

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  9. Christie is New Jersey? I thought he was New York. I just know he's made a lot of decisions that the majority of people aren't too happy with or consider absolutely ridiculous.

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    1. New York, New Jersey...a LOT of people (Americans even) make the same mistake. Birds of a feather. But, never make the mistake of confusing Upstate New York with the cesspool that is New York City and environs.
      To make the confusion complete: the NEW YORK Giants and the NEW YORK Jets play...guess where? Yep. East Rutherford, NEW JERSEY.

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  10. Hey, hey now. Leave the poor guy alone. He's got to deal with the entire state of New Jersey and it's inhabitants. That calls for a dozen mixed variety!!! LOL

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    1. Ben and Jerry. Even though they're freaks from Vermont, that Chunky Monkey is some good stuff.

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  12. He should definitely get both kinds of donuts. Then he'll be able to focus on the animal welfare thing.

    (I hope you've cleaned your screen, cuz I don't want to get reinfected from this little visit.) ;0)

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  13. He should definitely get both kinds of donuts. Then he'll be able to focus on the animal welfare thing.

    (I hope you've cleaned your screen, cuz I don't want to get reinfected from this little visit.) ;0)

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    1. I'm wearing a surgical mask. Freaks the dog out, but it's cold and flu season, after all.

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  14. John Travolta held that pose one time. Only he did it for too long and left a hole in his chin.

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    1. You'd think he'd invest in a tube of spackle to fix that thing.

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  15. Before I even clicked on the post I thought "OH... another doughnut picture."

    Mmmmmm.... doughnuts....

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    1. For the record, I'd go with glazed AND jelly-filled.

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  16. It guys like him who will survive the freezing weather. He'd probably survive in the Artic too if he could avoid getting humped by a walrus. Has anyone seem him naked?

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  17. Krispy Kremes for Christie.
    Donut holes for Boehner.
    Hot buns for Wiener.
    Sweet tarts for Clinton, and a cigar for his wife.

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    1. This has the makings of a good haiku.
      Or a meal.

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  18. I once knew a Jew
    in Timbuktu
    Who wrote Haiku
    And went to Nantucket
    Where she told Christie to...
    Wait, that's more like a limerick. Never mind.

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    1. Eat all of the glazed.
      Jelly filled, cinnamon, plain.
      I am Chris Christie.

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