Tag Archives: humour

Three Things Challenge #191

HUMOUR PIECE NOSE His humour was on the nose. His latest joke was tedious even though for a piece of comedy it left a lot to be desired. A horse walks into a bar and the barman says: “Hey why … Continue reading

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Three Things Challenge, 27 Sept 2018

Today’s things are: death, humor, stupid Our school term was coming to an end, and Miss Teresa had announced she was leaving. There was a stunned silence around the room when she said those words. It felt like we were experiencing … Continue reading

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Thursday Photo Prompt – Cracked Ice #writephoto

“It looks so cold can it be real?” “Of course it can’t be real. Its 40C here today, stinking hot and we should be in the pub with a beer and in the air con.” “How could this creek be … Continue reading

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#Maydays Prompt – Something Stupid

Today’s #maydays prompt time for a bit of humour. His first night of stand-up Should have been his first night of sit down Not one joke reached his audience Not a titter did he earn The deathly silence was too much. … Continue reading

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Hump Day Poetry – Week 10 – Man on Bus Stop

Out walking with my companion We came across a man on a bus stop. Said man on bus stop stops us Asks me a most unsavoury question. Can he perform a lewd act upon my person? I am momentarily taken … Continue reading

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SoCS April 2/16 – be

Today it is to be or not to be. April fools day has been and gone in my part of the world. The jokester Linda tried her best and for a second had me worried as what would become of … Continue reading

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Wordle #98 “February 22, 2016” To Feck or be Feckless

This week’s fun words: Sleek, Elocution (a person’s manner of speaking or reading aloud in public: the study and practice of oral delivery, including the control of both voice and gesture.) Decapitate, Twine, Clear, Perfume, Feckless (ineffective; incompetent; futile: having no sense of … Continue reading

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SoCS Jan. 2/16 – pause/paws

“pause/paws.”    I’m not a ‘paws’ person I have to say. I do try; don’t get me wrong I recently spent a week looking after my son’s house and his little dog. A small white fluffy dog called Ted who … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver 18: Fathers in a Flash – A Bit of Pece and Qiet

My dad worked a lot when I was a kid. He left early and came home late in the afternoons. Sometimes he worked on the weekend as well. As a result we did a lot around the house, chopped wood, … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver #17 – Making Sense Of Nonsense – Gontorlic Trubutions

In the darkened room the six doctors gathered round the bed of the dying man. The concern for him was obvious from the worried brows of each doctor. Before them on the bed and breathing his last was Gontorlic Trubutions … Continue reading

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