Hehehehehehe.... Actually, I do love the old ones. I'd make such a great *straight (wo)man*.
Oldies but goodies! As for the 48 kittens--how sad. My "babies" were shelter kittens too (we fostered them first & then could not let go); can't take any more now...:(
The oldies are the goodies!
No way.. he did not! LOL!
*groan!!*gotta love 'em
Just as good. But I thought henway 5 pounds. Just sayin'.
Ba doom boom;)
i love oldies but i dont know what is a henway :)
Hahahahaha! Still love that one.
OK,then. Have I led a sheltered life?
Very good. I was trying to figure out what the hell was a "henway." I'm a day late and a dollar short. It weighs heavy on my heart!
LOL!BTW, something wrong on your post about the kittens, no place to post a comment!
Good one!! I love your new page.
I'm a sap for the old ones! :)
Oldies but goodies! LOL
"Rockin' with the oldies!"<><
Yes, that is an old one! It is old as the guy who ran into the duckway while crossing the bridge.
Old? OLD?THIS one I heard in July, 1970.Just South of Vaudreil, Haiti. From a North Dakota preacher named Lawrence Sackmann (since I figure you'd want to know).:)
I so love the old ones! But I could never say that with a straight face!
They'll never take his cornball humor!Aloha ha ha, DarylComfort Spiral
I love all things old except body parts.That kitten is PRECIOUS. Please don't let my mother see that post. She'll drive up there tomorrow and adopt the whole bunch. We already have a whole bunch here.I hope they find homes, though. PRECIOUS.
good one, I can't wait to repeat it!
Somebody give that man a Grecian urn!