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TGIFfunnies 3/10/23 EDITION: Marriage?

Posted by $ Olduglycarl 11 months, 4 weeks ago to Humor
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Revenge?...watch yer step boys and girls...


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  • Posted by tutor-turtle 11 months, 3 weeks ago
    47 years of marriage, and counting.. (My High school sweetheart)
    You get back the love, in which you give.
    You grow, You change, we all do. Making that work is the hardest job you'll ever do.
    We both started out as teenage bleeding heart liberals, now we spend some quality time at the shooting range :-)
    That, and letting her do whatever the hell she wants ;-)
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    • Posted by Dobrien 11 months, 3 weeks ago
      Qreat job tutor-turtle. 44 years and counting she was 20 I was 22. We both were always independents. She kept me on the straight and narrow as I learned responsibility and empathy.
      With out a doubt , pursuing her and winning her over was the best thing I ever did, besides keeping her ,which is a lot like the pursuit was. Lol
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  • Posted by $ allosaur 11 months, 3 weeks ago
    Me dino immediately knew how King Henry VIII made marriage work.work.
    Bet if I went around asking people how he bloody well managed to do that, I'd get a lot of blank stares.
    So I thought to ask if there is a prize for me knowing that, OUC, but I figured you would surely say something about an axe.
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    • Posted by $ Suzanne43 11 months, 3 weeks ago
      Henry was thinking of doing his last wife in because she had protestant leanings.(Henry was a catholic just not a roman catholic.) She talked her way out of a beheading and outlived him.
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  • Posted by $ pixelate 11 months, 3 weeks ago
    Having Nothing for dinner two nights in a row... I can relate.
    This is such a delightful mix of observations on relationships.
    Free-roaming happy libertarian bachelor for life . . . think that I've found my place in the world.
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  • Posted by Dobrien 11 months, 3 weeks ago
    ROTFLMAO…Qreat balls of fire. This theme reminds me of this ….
    Bob was in trouble. He forgot his wedding anniversary. His wife was really angry. She told him "Tomorrow morning, I expect to find a gift in the driveway that goes from 0 to 200 in 6 seconds AND IT BETTER BE THERE!" The next morning he got up early and left for work. When his wife woke up, she looked out the window and sure enough there was a box gift-wrapped in the middle of the driveway. Confused, the wife put on her robe and ran out to the driveway, brought the box back in the house. She opened it and found a brand new bathroom scale. Bob has been missing since Friday.
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    • Posted by $ 11 months, 3 weeks ago
      I think I saw Bob in the store today...he kept looking behind him...He bought a ski hat, warm socks, gloves and a box of black covid masks!
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      • Posted by $ 11 months, 3 weeks ago
        PS...OH, he came back 20 mins later and bought 2 ratchet straps, 4 long bungee cords, a stuffed chicken, a B&D Blender, a quart of Quaker State, a case of large black contractor garbage bags, a Stihl battery powered weed wacker and 10' of 3" PVC SC40 pipe.

        Not sure what the quart of oil was for, 50W TOO!
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        • Posted by Dobrien 11 months, 3 weeks ago
          Lmao
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          • Posted by $ 11 months, 3 weeks ago
            The Stuffed Chicken was the last one in stock! Hot seller in the 40 years KTV has been operating. It's a Killingworth Ct. thing I quess
            Everyone is in a panic, weekend coming and no stuffed chickens!
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            • Posted by Dobrien 11 months, 3 weeks ago
              Couldn’t find the stuffed chicken but you still have
              3 in stock of this item…. and the price does not seem inflated.
              HUGFUN INTL HONGKONG LTD Plush Chicken, 12-in.
              SKU #194754Model #186355-357UPC #846344079797
              REGULAR PRICE
              $12.99
              3 IN STOCK, AVAILABLE AT
              Killingworth True Value , 228 CT-81, Killingworth, CT
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              • Posted by $ 11 months, 3 weeks ago
                Laughing, The online store is not in sync with real time sales...still don't know why Bob needed the Quaker State 50W oil...
                ...as if the rest of the stuff he bought was normal under the circumstances...but I'm glad he got away clean.
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                • Posted by Dobrien 11 months, 3 weeks ago
                  What kind of name is Killingworth?
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                  • Posted by $ 11 months, 3 weeks ago
                    A little background:
                    Killingworth, in Middlesex County, is located in south-central Connecticut and includes Chatfield Hollow State Park. Europeans established a plantation here in 1663, naming it Homonoscitt after the Hammonasset people who inhabited the area. In 1703, the state General Assembly granted incorporation to Kenilworth, which in time became known as Killingworth. Its original lands reached the shore and, until 1838, included present-day Clinton. Historically an agricultural community, Killingworth today is a rural, residential area. Its noteworthy citizens include the infamous Abel Buell. This 18th-century counterfeiter and inventor engraved one of the first maps of America and invented an early lapidary, or gem cutting machine.

                    Killingworth Name Meaning

                    from North and South Kilworth (Leics) which often has medial -ing- in medieval spellings (such as Killingworth about 1291 in Taxatio Ecclesiastica) or from Killingworth (Northumb) which is recorded as Killingworth in 125 The Leics place-name probably derives from an Old English personal name _Cyfel + the Old English place-name forming suffix -ing or the group-name suffix -ingas (genitive -inga-) + Old English worð ‘enclosure’. The Northumb place-name probably derives from an Old English personal name _Cylla + Old English connective -ing- + worð.

                    Read in other places that variants of the name go back to 12th century Scotland.
                    Funny. with all the names/towns and places connected with Killingworth are names of towns here in Ct...
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                    • Posted by Dobrien 11 months, 3 weeks ago
                      Laugh ing my a$$ off. Of course after asking I looked on safari to read on the oranges hehe.
                      and learned about those farmers from the North area by (yuk) Clinton. As well as Some early settlers town he was born in in UK blah blah blah. If it was so great why did he come here. Just saying . Thankful it isn’t Clinton as that has become a dreadful name. New England has never sounded good in my mind .. FuQ the Monarchy. Charles and all his predecessors. Old States is more like it.
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                      • Posted by $ 11 months, 3 weeks ago
                        Odd that the states that created the republic/liberty and self reliance were the first to go lefty queer.

                        Clinton is a queer lefty corrupt town but the rest of the area, Westbrook,Saybrook, Killingworth, even Madison, are Republican towns.
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                        • Posted by $ Markus_Katabri 11 months, 3 weeks ago
                          Bad times make strong men. Strong men make good times. Good times make weak men. Weak men make bad times. It’s all cyclical.
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                          • Posted by $ 11 months, 3 weeks ago
                            Grin...yes, of course...and we are at the end of one and the beginning of another after much pain, destruction, extinction.
                            Then, a New start, the Earth regenerated and with no wisdom or skills to make the next cycle better than the last.

                            Hence, the 12K year catastrophe cycle...not to mention a smaller one, (like the flood of Noah) inbetween.
                            It's a wonder we made it this far. Pray that only Strong Men Survive...
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  • Posted by $ katrinam41 11 months, 3 weeks ago
    They all cracked me up! How do you find so many good ones in every subject? Sharing again--my pack will howl with glee :)
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    • Posted by $ 11 months, 3 weeks ago
      A Gulch member sent me those, I just rearranged them to set the stage for that subject.

      Just so happens that the subjects arise by themselves. One has to recognize them in a sea of memes and then try to arrange them to tell a story, and or, to maximize funniness!

      Both Publications are time consuming but IN THE MEME TYME is the most difficult to do successfully because your discussing the news and or the culture.
      A lot happens in the news so there is more than one story going at the same time...Memes within a Meme at times.
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