June 25, 2005
Here now are some things just to help round out your week with a smile or a chuckle, and for no other good reason that I can think of. Read and enjoy. These come from a friend who chooses anonymity.
Two newborns were lying in their respective cribs in the hospital's maternity ward when one of them turned to the other and said, "I'm a little boy."
Second baby: "I don't believe it."
First baby: "Oh is that so? Well, just wait until the nurse leaves the room and I'll show you."
As soon as the nurse left the room, he kicked off the blanket, lifted his leg in the air and said, "See, blue booties."
Women's wear often goes to extreme but seldom to extremities.
I wouldn't say your bathing suit is skimpy, but I've seen more cotton in the top of an aspirin bottle.
Dorothy Parker: "Brevity is the soul of lingerie."
Franklin P. Adams: "Wearing shorts usually reveals nothing about a man so much as his indifference to public opinion.”
Women's styles may change, but their designs remain the same.
Phyllis Diller: "There is so much nudity in films that this year's Oscar for clothing design will probably go to a dermatologist."
Sophia Loren: "A woman's dress should be like a barbed-wire fence...serving its purpose without disturbing the view."
Marilyn Monroe: "It's not true that I had nothing on. I had the radio on."
Jim Klobusher: "Never in the history of fashion has so little material been raised so high to reveal so much that needs to be covered so badly."
Emelda's slacks are so tight you can tell if the coin pocket is heads or tails.
I knew a girl who had a dress made entirely of chicken feathers. The men watched her like a hawk.
That’s all for now. See you in a few days.