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Re: Who will have the last word?

Sun, Mar 7 2021 9:26 AM (10,930 replies)
  • craigswan
    19,403 Posts
    Thu, Jan 21 2021 6:29 AM

    An elderly lady called 999 on her mobile phone to report that her car had been broken into.

    She was hysterical as she explained her circumstances to the operator: "They've stolen the dvd player , the steering wheel, the brake pedal, clutch and accelerator too!" she cried.

    The operator told her to stay calm and that help as on the way to her.

    A few minutes later, the officer in attendance radio's in to the operator: "Disregard" he said. "She's got in the back seat by mistake!"

  • craigswan
    19,403 Posts
    Thu, Jan 21 2021 6:31 AM

    A chap was driving along a narrow bendy country lane.

    As they drew level with each other, the window of a car coming in the opposite direction was wound down, and the woman driver shouted "Pig" at the man.

    The man responds shouting back out of his window: "B itch!"

    He mutters to himself as he drives round the bend - and crashed into a pig in the middle of the road!

  • craigswan
    19,403 Posts
    Thu, Jan 21 2021 12:58 PM

    In Gainesville, Georgia, it’s illegal to eat fried chicken with anything but your hands..

    As it should be .

    I prefer mine with mashed potatoes and gravy .

    So no using your mouth to eat it then..

    I was appalled the first time I saw someone eat fried chicken with a knife and fork. .

    Land of the Free. LOL .

  • craigswan
    19,403 Posts
    Thu, Jan 21 2021 1:01 PM

    Evidence suggests we’re born with a fear of spiders and snakes (or, at least, a healthy skepticism towards them)..

    I'm not convinced. I believe the only things we were scared of were falling and loud noises, other fears we learn from our parents .

    it is odd that so many people are afraid of these animals even if most of them have no reason to .

    Maybe someday in the future more people will be afraid of cars..

  • craigswan
    19,403 Posts
    Thu, Jan 21 2021 1:05 PM

    Living in wetlands, woodlands, and cities makes you fat..

    I've gained so much weight since moving to my local wetlands .

    Movin' to the country, gonna eat a lot of peaches .

    Peaches come from a can .


  • craigswan
    19,403 Posts
    Thu, Jan 21 2021 1:11 PM

    abandoned,train,Russia,countries,picture,funny,funny picture

    Abandoned train .

  • gonfission
    1,680 Posts
    Thu, Jan 21 2021 5:18 PM

    Hooterville Express

    Wahbash Cannonball

  • xxxhogheadxxx
    810 Posts
    Thu, Jan 21 2021 8:02 PM

    Rare Summer snow hits New Zealand - AL !!!   This wasn't supposed to happen anymore!

    hehe      prepare for cold times folks....ain't gett'n any better in our lifetime

     

  • xxxhogheadxxx
    810 Posts
    Thu, Jan 21 2021 8:23 PM

    Ah - I need a nice vacation to beautiful Mexico or Brazil, maybe Venezuela would be nice.  Wait. What? 

    Top 50 of the world's most dangerous cities.

    1. Tijuana, Mexico - 138 
    2. Acapulco, Mexico - 110.50
    3. Caracas, Venezuela - 99.98
    4. Victoria, Mexico - 86.01
    5. Juarez, Mexico - 85.56
    6. Irapuato, Mexico - 81.44 
    7. Guayana, Venezuela - 78.30
    8. Natal, Brazil - 74.67 
    9. Fortaleza, Brazil - 69.15 
    10. Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela - 69.09
    11. Cape Town, South Africa - 66.36
    12. Belem, Brazil - 65.31
    13. Cancun, Mexico - 64.47
    14. Feira de Santana, Brazil - 63.29
    15. St. Louis - United States - 60.59
    16. Culiacan, Mexico - 60.52
    17. Barquisimeto, Venezuela - 56.67
    18. Uruapan, Mexico - 54.52
    19. Kingston, Jamaica - 54.12
    20. Obregon, Mexico - 52.09
    21. Maceio, Brazil - 51.46
    22. Vitoria da Conquista, Brazil - 50.75
    23. Baltimore, United States - 50.52
    24. San Salvador, El Salvador - 50.32
    25. Aracaju, Brazil - 48.77
    26. Coatzacoalcos, Mexico - 48.35
    27. Palmira, Colombia - 47.97
    28. Maturin, Venezuela - 47.24
    29. Salvador, Brazil - 47.23
    30. Macapa, Brazil - 47.20
    31. Cali, Colombia - 47.03
    32. Celeva, Mexico - 46.99
    33. San Pedro Sula, Honduras - 46.67
    34. Ensenada, Mexico - 46.60
    35. Campos dos Goytacazes, Brasil - 46.28
    36. Tepic, Mexico - 44.89
    37. Manaus, Brasil - 44.00
    38. Guatemala, Guatemala - 43.73
    39. Recife, Brazil - 43.72
    40. Distrito Central - 43.30
    41. San Juan, Puerto Rico - 42.40
    42. Valencia, Venezuela - 42.36
    43. Reynosa, Mexico - 41.48
    44. Joao Pessoa, Brazil - 41.36
    45. Nelson Mandela Bay - South Africa - 39.16
    46. Detroit, United States - 38.78
    47. Durban, South Africa - 38.51
    48. Terisina, Brazil - 37.61
    49. Chihuahua, Mexico - 37.50
    50. New Orleans, United States - 36.87
  • xxxhogheadxxx
    810 Posts
    Thu, Jan 21 2021 8:39 PM

    If you have seen one of these, welcome to the club.  Tell us where you witnessed the sighting and the year.

    I saw this type of craft in the state of Arkansas, circa 1975.

     

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