Sometime Bigfoot is confused with Sasquatch….Yeti never complains. Photo by Marcus Ganahl on Unsplash. I’ll tell you why I can’t lose weight. I have metal fillings in my teeth, and my refrigerator magnets keep pulling me into the kitchen. Photo by Squared.one on Unsplash Q: What kind of milk comes from a forgetful cow?A: Milk… Read More
Q. What’s the tastiest unit of measurement? A. Milimeter (mm) Q. What do you call a professional unit of measurement? A. Program Q. What’s Darth Vader favourite measurement system? A. The Imperial System This post prepared by my delightful granddaughter Hannah Cutler. She has the gift of cleverness in laughing.
Q. What is a dimension completely inhabited by sheep? A. A eweniverse! Q: What do you get if you cross an angry sheep and a moody cow? A: An animal that’s in a baaaaaaaad moooooood. One day the shepherd dog said to the shepherd man: “Here are all the 100 sheep. ” The man was… Read More
Q. What type of shoes does an artist wear? A. Sketchers. Q. Why did Einstein have trouble tying his shoes? A. He wasn’t familiar with string theory. Q. Which type of shoes does Captain Hook avoid wearing? A. Crocs This post prepared by my delightful granddaughter Hannah Cutler. She has the gift of cleverness in… Read More
I’m reading a thriller in Braille. You can really feel the suspense. Q. What do printers eat on their toast?A. Paper jam. I just saw my math teacher lock himself in his office with a piece of graph paper. I think he must be plotting something. This post prepared by my delightful granddaughter Hannah Cutler.… Read More
Q. Why is a moon rock tastier than an earth rock? A. Because it’s a little meteor. Q: What did the bartender say when oxygen, hydrogen, sulfur, sodium, and phosphorous walked into his bar? A: OH SNaP! Q: Where do geologists like to relax? A: In a rocking chair
Q. Why did your sister feed money to her cow ?A. Because she wanted to get rich milk. Q. When does a female deer need money?A. When she doesn’t have a buck. Q. Why is the moon like a dollar?A. It has four quarters.