Thursday, November 1

Facebook Funnies! (Volume 7.)

Facebook Funnies!

Hello, and welcome to another installment of 'Facebook Funnies,' where we get to peek into the personal lives of Facebook users by simply keeping an eye on their Mini-Feed. It's wacky! It's hilarious! It's Facebook Funnies!

Today's Facebook Funny comes to us from 'Julian.' This was his updated mini-feed on Tuesday evening:

Julian left the group "See? Bill Does Have Friends!"

Thanks for stopping by, and stay tuned for the next hilarious installment of Facebook Funnies!

Volume 6.
Volume 5.
Volume 4.
Volume 3.
Volume 2.
Volume 1.

Comments:
"See! Bill does have friends!"...just not friends named Julian.
 
Stupid Bill. I wouldn't be his friend either.
 
...Hmm

When exacly is Lost Friday returning?





No, I'm kidding. I bask in the wackyness.
 
Psht...Lost doesn't return til, what, June of 2047 or something?
 
My money's on Monday, March 17, although nothing has been formally announced, yet.

Sorry for the lack of typical hilarity, I'm finishing up my book and I'm in zero hour at this point. If I don't wrap it up by the weekend, I'm going to miss my publishing deadline.
 
And tools have a better chance of pleasing your wife -- oh, are we not on the chainsaw post anymore? Oops. My bad. ;)
 
No, let's continue that...it had potential.
 
So...how was everyone's Halloweenies? (The CDP is sleeping right now, so don't expect him for a few more hours...)
 
Awesome! The weather was fantastic and my kids had a great time. People were really shelling it out this year. We only went to 10 or 11 neighbor's houses and their buckets were loaded.

We had about 25-30 trick or treaters come to the house. I think my son had more fun handing out candy than he did getting it. The lamest group of the night were a group of four high school kids without costumes. They said they were Red Sox fans. All except one, he said he was gay. I gave them each a candy bar before telling them to get off my lawn.
 
Ah yes, the uncostumed teens who think they're witty...

We were only home for about 45 minutes last night, but we managed to get one tricker treater in that time. That officially brings our count up to two in the five years we've lived in Sun Prairie :)
 
(yawn)

Morning, kids.



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Night, everybody.




New post tomorrow. Big time stuff.
 
I hope it's about monkeys.
 
blustacon: my Halloween experience pretty much mirrors yours, except my encounter with the high school kids involved them passing by on the road and threatening to take my son's candy (he's five!!) and calling me an obscene word. I ignored them since I was two houses down from where my husband was actually standing on our front porch giving out candy, so I was mentally daring them to even attempt it. That mace ring probably would have come in handy, though...that or a lead pipe.
It was a good night, overall, despite that one situation. The weather was pleasant, we gave out a load of candy (we were doling it out pretty heavy-handedly) and my son got more than enough himself. Best Halloween I've had in a while.
 
What kind of high-school kid would threaten a 5-year-old??? :( :( :(
 
We got Evan into his adorable chicken costume and before we could even get down the street he threw up all over the front of it. His mother was crying because she felt like crap after having all four wisdom teeth pulled and her face is swollen like a basketball. It was a blast!
 
I didn't know she had to have her wisdom teeth pulled!! Please tell Ryan that if Alissa can get hers out, he can get his out (the dentist has told him for 3 years now he needs to get them pulled...)
 
What kind of high-school kid would threaten a 5-year-old??? :( :( :(

The a-hole kind, apparently. I'm sure they'll have the holy crap soundly beaten out of them eventually, if the there is any justice in the universe at all.
 
What did your little one go as?
 
MAUS- In the rock, paper, scissors of life, a lead pipe beats a mace ring everytime. Seriously though, a mace ring has monster style points attached.

I don't mind the HS kids coming every year. It usually signals the end of the night for us and I always get a HUGE kick out of their lame answers. Sometimes you forget how awkward the teenage years are and it helps to see it up close and personal. Judging from the amount of candy in their pillow cases it seemed to be working out pretty well for them.

It also may be interesting to note that everyone over the age of 14 was male. I don't know what it is about us guys, but we seem to hang on to stupid a lot longer than the girls.
 

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