Absence Makes the Heart Grow Funnier

Irregardless Cartoon Quote

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Irregardless of the absence of stories posted under this section of my blog, trust me, plenty of funny conversations have been had and hysterical events witnessed over the past few months.  So, I give you a compilation of what I neglected to post, but should have:

This quote of the day is brought to you by a random guy I walked by on the way to my car near work. . .

Guy: Come on back, Baby, I want to marry you!

Me (turning around to face him): Well, bless your heart.

Guy: Oh wait, you’re okay and all, but you’re not who I thought you was. Never mind, but good luck to you.

And scene . . .

 

Me (laughing): You know, I’m not the sharpest knife in the drawer.
Guy (laughing harder): Nope; you’re more like a spork.

I wanted to ask a clarifying question, but I chose not to, which I think was a very wise decision on my part actually . . . .

 

A conversation that could only be had at the 4th Street Post Office while helping one of our guys, who is a former guest at the day shelter for homeless men where I work, this morning:

Post Office Patron: You sure are pretty. You don’t even smell like you’ve been drinking, and that’s a good thing, because it will help you get a man.”
Me: “Oh, thank you so much!”
Our guy: “Wow! That’s quite a compliment. I think he likes you.”

A girl can dream indeed . . .

 

Quote of a very long day by one of our guys at the day shelter for homeless men, “Miss Kristi, you are one of the finer real women I know.” I knew better than to ask how I compared to the women he knows who are not real . . .

 

One of our guys just said, “Did anyone ever tell you that you look like you could be Michelle Obama’s secretary?” I am not sure what that means, but it’s Monday, and I am rolling with it . . . .

 

 



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6 replies

  1. Not an English Major, but a lover of words – this made me laugh – thanks!

  2. Reblogged this on The Gospel of Barney and commented:
    Words are ever so important

  3. Those were great!!! hahahhaa

    • So glad you liked them, Jolene! I actually have a great sense of humor and appreciate the unintentionally funny situations found in daily life, and I love being able to show that part of my personality. Laughter is the best medicine indeed 🙂

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