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Humor – December 19


Find your Christmas IQ, and forward to friends and family so they can find theirs! No cheating! (That’s not the Christmas spirit! But the answers are at the bottom
) May these precious moments put more sock in your stocking, more egg in your nog, and more curl in your bow…

Each answer is a title from a famous Christmas song:

1. A dude made of Frozen Water named for Wendy’s dessert drink (10 points)

2. Why Rudolph can’t get insurance (10 points)

3. Globalizing dishwashing detergent (10 points)

4. He who doesn’t talk at the Round Table (10 points)

5. Southern ladies in AARP (10 points)

Bonus: The song of septuplets (25 points)


1. A dude made of Frozen Water named for Wendy’s dessert drink: “Frosty the Snowman” (10 points) 

2. Why Rudolph can’t get insurance: “Grandma Got Runover By a Reindeer” (10 points)

3. Globalizing dishwashing detergent: “Joy to the World!” (10 points)

4. He who doesn’t talk at the Round Table: “Silent Night (Knight!)” (10 points)

5. Southern ladies in AARP: “Silver Bells (Belles!)” (10 points)

BONUS: The song of septuplets: “What Child is this?” (25 points) 



75 points = Some would say you’re a Christmas genius. Others would say you really need to get a life.

50 – 65 points = You probably cheated…but hey, way to go. You must really like “The Far Side”

30 – 40 points = Good job. Your Christmas I.Q. is way above average.

10 – 20 points = You’re normal. Be grateful.

0 points = Thanks for playing. Try again next year…

One Liner

If your grandma got run over by a reindeer, you may be entitled to compensation.

Humor – May 24

After breakfast one day, I eagerly waited for John to comment on my first attempt at homemade cinnamon rolls.

After several minutes with no reaction, I asked, “If I baked these commercially, how much do you think I could get for one of them?”

Without looking up from his newspaper John replied, “About 10 years.”

One Liner

Middle Age: When a broad mind and a narrow waist change places.

A Savior is Born

O Lord, our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth! Psalm 8:9

Celebrate that Christ has come.
Not to a mansion, but a manger.
Not to the high and mighty, but to the guys on the lowest rung of the spiritual ladder.

And celebrate that God’s grace finds you wherever you are this Christmas and
shows you the way upwards to the arms of the Almighty God!


Humor – October 13

Two city boys were on their first camping trip.  The mosquitoes were so fierce the boys had to hide under their blankets to keep from being devoured.

When they saw some lightning bugs, one boy said to the other: “We might as well give up, they’re coming at us with flashlights!” 

One Liner

Adulting is a soup and I am a fork.

Humor – October 12

Being the office supervisor, I had to have a word with a new employee who never arrived at work on time. 

I explained that her tardiness was unacceptable and that other employees had noticed that she was walking in late every day. After listening to my complaints, she agreed that this was a problem and even offered a solution.

“Is there another door I could use?”

One Liner

I always thought it odd that Cap地 Crunch is made by Quaker Oats…a cereal commanded by a military officer made by an avowedly non-combatant community of oats.

Humor – July 13

In a spy novel I had just read, the hero hid a letter in a particular statue in Washington, D.C. 

Since I was in that city at the time, on a whim I decided to see if the statue really contained the small niche the author had described. 

To my great surprise, it did — and a cellophane-wrapped letter was inside. After a moment’s hesitation, I pulled out the letter, opened it, and burst into laughter.

An unidentified reader had penned, “Good book, wasn’t it?”

One Liner
Nothing is so embarrassing as watching someone do something that you said couldn’t be done.