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August 3, 2005

Here’s some more of that funny stuff, most of it coming from e-mail or internet friends who found it humorous and wanted to share it with you. Hope you agree. By the way, after the recent infusion of "Red Neck" humor, I heard from some of you who felt I had gone a bit too far, and that material was not acceptable. After reading it once again, I'm inclined to go along with that line of thinking. So, I'll be a little more careful about some of this and hope you find that is what is needed. I always like to hear from readers, so don't hesitate to speak up. Here's the latest to come our way. Enjoy!

His parents keep reading his birth certificate — looking for loopholes.

Sam Levenson — Insanity is hereditary. You get it from your children.

Robert Benchley — In America there are two classes of travels: first class and with children.

Red Skelton — My kid will run an errand for you, if you ask at bedtime.

Alice Berger — It's a mystery how the idiot who married your daughter can be the father of the world's greatest grandchildren.

A.H Berzen —
Kids add color to our lives,
With apple cheeks so fair.
They tint our lives with rainbows,
But leave gray in our hair.

Definition of baby: The most expensive employer of female labor.

If a boy is a lad and he has a stepfather, is the boy a stepladder?

You know what's wrong with the world today? Movies have signs saying: ADULTS ONLY — when it is the maternity wards of hospitals that need them.

Iry Silverstein — Of course children brighten up the home. They never turn out the lights.

Adolescence begins when children stop asking questions — because they know all the answers.

Fran Lebowitz — Ask your child what he wants for dinner only if he is buying.

Joseph Joubert (1754-1824) Children have more need of models than critics.