Monday, September 5, 2016

HAPPY LABOR DAY!

NOTE:  This may not be accurate.
That Google Search thing can be funny.





"Funny?
Funny how?
Like a clown?
Am I here to amuse you?"

21 comments:

  1. Would it count as double if it came to be today? Twin labors?

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    1. That would be epic. That lucky kid would have a built-in joke for the rest of his life.

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    1. Hope the storm didn't have at you too terribly.

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  3. I hope you have a terrific holiday. Take care.

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  4. Funny as in ha ha or funny as in strange? In case the election goes bad I am learning to spell it labour.

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    1. Oh, the election will go bad. Of that, I'm fairly confident.
      We probably should learn to speak Chinese.

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  5. Why millions of women choose the labor thing is beyond my comprehension. Thus, I'll have a Happy Labor Day in their honor.

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    1. It's that whole Celibacy and Suburbia thing, prolly.

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  6. I think I remember a year where Eric Cantor gave thanks to "job creators" only in a Labor Day tweet. Karma got him in the end

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    1. Yeah, that's a "douchey" thing to do, for sure.

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  7. When I was little I did actually think it was a day for the women who had to go through that he'll called giving birth. I blame youth not my blondness

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    1. I just knew it as the day BEFORE school started again. Kind of bittersweet.

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  8. Someone else made this joke on FB today. Something about birthdays being called labor day for the mother. Great minds, eh?

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    1. I knew I couldn't POSSIBLY be the only one to make this connection.

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  9. I had a friend years ago that made jokes about his mother and Labor Day cause his birthday was September 2, which many years is Labor Day.

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  10. Funny is as funny does..........make sense.............no........oh well that is all I have

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  11. I want to say that it's no longer Labor Day but, given how many babies are born each day, it's still Labor Day for someone. Just an entirely different kind of Labor Day.

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