Saturday, March 29, 2008

Verbal Cartoonist

Last month, the local newspaper published a few of Dan Liebert's pet peeves. I was hooked.

Today I did a search on this "Verbal Cartoonist" and giggled, then laughed until I nearly stopped breathing. Tears were streaming down my face and my lower lip trembled a little as I tried to suck it up and be serious, which, if you know me, is hard for me to do no matter what the situation.

Here are some of Dan Liebert's pet peeves:

  1. When my opera cape gets caught on homeless people's junk.
  2. Bad art in motel rooms, especially bad performance art.
  3. When a woman stands near me and people think her ugly baby is mine and it is.
  4. Big, conceited bodies of water, especially Lake Superior.
  5. When a can of cheap peas says "Pea Color and Size May Vary" and inside there's just one giant blue pea.
  6. Halloween decorations in a hospice.
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Enjoy!

before you send hate mail

If something in this blog offends you, please accept my apologies, then keep it to yourself. I take great pride in my ability to laugh at myself and the world around me. My mission on earth, this lifetime, is to point out all of these funnies to you.

If you think this blog is funny, congratulations and thank you. My job here is done.

If, after reading this, you are still offended by anything in this blog, take two jokes by Carlos Mencia and see me in the morning.

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