Lighten up Mondays

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Happy Labor Day (USA) everyone.

Today’s funny is in the form of a sign that I ran across in my neighborhood the other day.  I couldn’t resist taking a photo of it.

Neighborhood Man Sale
Neighborhood Man Sale

I wonder how many men are for sale at this man sale?

Are they throw-aways or are they in good shape?  For that matter – how much does one cost?

If I buy one, will it take up too much space in my house?

Is it house-trained?

Since I already have one, do I really need another one?

and finally –

I guess this is one way to get rid of your guy – get rid of all of his toys.

No thanks – I’ll keep the one I have; he doesn’t take up too much space, he’s well-trained, and he’s as good as they get!  A very good find.

July Celebrations

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Endless lonely beach
(Photo credit: Wikipedia)

You’re probably having way too much summer fun to pay attention to this quirky list but I’m committed to providing these monthly informational tidbits, so here we go!

Monthly:  National Blueberry Month (my favorite fruit!!!!); National Cell Phone Courtesy Month (my favorite celebration yet!!!)

July 1  Creative Ice Cream Flavors Day (bacon anyone?)

July 3  Compliment Your Mirror Day (my you’re lookin’ great today Irene!)

July 4  Sidewalk Egg Frying Day (U.S. Independence Day too)

July 5  Work-a-holics Day (even though just about everyone has taken the day off)

July 7  Chocolate Day (mmmmmm!)

July 11  Cheer Up the Lonely Day (some day you may need cheering up so go for it!)

July 12  Pecan Pie Day (my favorite type of pie!)

July 13  Embrace Your Geekness Day

July 14  National Nude Day (not celebrated in our household)

July 15  Cow Appreciation Day (no cow-tipping today!)

July 17  Yellow Pig Day

July 20  Ugly Truck Day (it’s a ‘guy’ thing)

July 21  National Junk Food Day (it’s an every person thing)

July 25  Culinarians Day (such a fancy word for people who like to cook and like to eat what they cook)

July 26  All or Nothing Day

July 27  Take your Pants for a Walk Day (don’t we always?)

July 29  National Lasagna Day

July 30  National Cheesecake Day

July 31  Mutt’s Day (is that any way to talk about man’s best friend?)

September Calendar “Celebrations”

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Stumbled across these special occasions for September in a local, Seattle-area magazine.  The ones with which I am familiar are written in bold print; the rest, not so much.  So tell me – do these celebrations sound familiar to you, in your part of the world?

  • September 3: Labor Day
  • September 4: Eat Another Dessert Day
  • September 9: Grandparents Day
  • September 13: Positive Thinking Day
  • September 16: Working Parents Day
  • September 17: Constitution Day
  • September 21: International Peace Day
  • September 23: National Checkers Day
  • September 27: Ancestor Appreciation Day
  • September 30: Chewing Gum Day