Who doesn’t love a cheesy joke now and then? Here are 3 really dumb jokes…seriously bad even my 6 year-old nephew groaned at one of them. Enjoy!
Growing up in Ohio, the Florida beaches and what washed up on shore was always something fun and exciting for me growing up. Even just looking for cool shells was something I enjoyed, and if that shell had a creature in it…even better. Now that I live in Panama City as an adult, the fascination is still there and I enjoy collecting shells; always trying to find the biggest conch shell I can. This fascination lead to the attack of the hermit crab! Listen to my story below….and yes, I know the video makes this crab seem harmless.
My friend Kate lives in Phoenix, AZ and had the scariest moment of her life when she got a call saying that her daughter was kidnapped. This is Kate’s story.
Part 1…Kate tells what happened. Since this was on my morning show, it’s broken down into a few segments.
In case you would like to hear audio of the kidnapper and see what the news had to say here is video for you:
Have you heard of the latest trend in make-up? I know you won’t believe me when I tell you, which is why I am including a couple pictures for you….are you ready for this? Ice Cream Make-Up…you read that right. Women are doing their make-up to look like their face is ice cream or that ice cream has melted all over their face. Don’t believe me, check out these pictures!
Look at her….she has sprinkles on her eyebrows. I can think of better things to do with sprinkles, and all of those ways involve eating them.
She has pink make-up to look like ice cream melted all over her face…and even more sprinkles wasted.
I don’t get this make-up trend at all. Will you be trying it?
That picture right there, that’s my 6-year-old nephew Cooper. You know how kids say and do things that you KNOW you shouldn’t laugh at because if you do it’ll come back up at the WORST time; but you end up laughing anyway? That’s exactly what happened over the holiday weekend.
My nephews were dying Easter eggs preparing for the Easter Bunny to come visit. Because they are typical boys and can’t seem to keep clean no matter what you do, it was no surprise when dye was all over the table, floor, his face, hands, arms and yes even the dog. When my brother was getting Cooper washed off and said “Coop, I can’t believe you got dye all over you!” Cooper proudly responded “Not all over me Dad, look 1 finger has no dye on it!” and promptly showed him which one. My brother and his wife couldn’t help it, they burst out laughing and immediatly know they were in trouble.
Fast forward to Sunday morning at Easter mass. Cooper gets all excited and is talking about dying the Easter Eggs and how much fun he had and how he was able to keep at least one part of his hands clean. When his Sunday school teacher asked him how he was able to do that, Coop said he didn’t know then proudly held up his middle finger to her in church to show her it was in fact it’s the only finger without any dye on it! You can only imagine the conversation that my brother and sister-in-law had to have with his teacher.
I know we laughed at this, but we also know how embarrassed my brother and sister-in-law were. Sometimes, you just have to remember kids are funny without even trying to be…but if you laugh when you shouldn’t it’s probably going to come back and bite you in the butt!