Greetings from the Land of 1,000 Makeshift Lakes! It’s literally deja vu all over again as I attempt to start another of my four day “weekends” from Mecca by getting to swim home from work. Well, Rainy’s not complaining, and neither am I… because this week Melanie’s Share Your World questions are on the lighter side of things. So it’s going to be all shits and grins today! What do you think about that Mr. French?
If laughter is really the best medicine, then let The Nest give you your daily horse pill suppository. Logo please!
What makes you laugh?
Whatever I find funny, which can be just about anything… including things other people find too dark or offensive. I’m very easily amused, and can be caught snickering at random things out in public, which is good for drawing stares. Sometimes I even break down giggling while I’m putting together my little Shelf critter productions for you all…
What’s the world coming to?
In one sentence sum up the Internet.
If over time you replace parts on a car, at what point does it stop being the same car you bought? How many parts do you need to replace to make it a new car?
It will always be your car. But now that you’ve spent so much money on new parts and the labor to have them installed, you won’t have any money left for gas to actually drive it. Your car will be lonely and insecure over all of its new cosmetic procedures, and will park itself on a set of train tracks and wait for the inevitable.
No, wait Mr. French. That wasn’t funny. That was actually kinda sad and depressing. Completely unbefitting of this post and The Nest’s entertainment standards.
Ah, here we go. Instead of a car, let’s see how many parts you have to replace on a possum before it’s no longer the same possum you started out with…
Gratitude is an attitude. Yea or nay? Explain your viewpoint please!
Well, I was thankful that I got out of having to cut the grass yesterday…
I hope the squirrels wait at least an hour after eating acorns before they go swimming…
The water’s all gone already, so no, you don’t have to worry about me drowning.