Discussion in 'Joke Forum' started by Pinky the Clown, Sep 20, 2010.
I like her already,,,
I once asked my boyfriend where my son was at, my son was in my arms. Haha!
That's pretty blonde,,,,,,,,,,,,you must have been stressed at that moment.
Yes, I had a baby, a 1 year old, 2 year old, and a 4 year old I was trying to keep up with in Office max. lol
I think this one should be what it the blondest thing we ever done. I bought a plate on a stick at the Spring Fling and the stick didn't seem to have a point. Quite a few clowns examined my stick....one lent me their own stick. Like the next day, someone discovered the point was in the middle of the stick cause i put it together wrong.
Here goes my blonde moments.....again. I had lots of those moments this week. I looked and looked for my juggling plate. I woke up the next morning and found it in the kitchen sink. I drove my car to the bank and walked home.....realized my car was still at the bank. I coulnd't find matching tennis shoes, had to leave and decided to wear shoes that didn't match. Went to the circus and busted out in laughter during intermission because I realized I left some of my auguste cream on my neck. Went to the gas station and went inside to put money on the pump....left without pumping the gas and lost my gas cap. Too much excitement about the circus coming to town brought about quite a few blonde moments.
In high school I was hanging out with some friends, one of whom was hearing impaired. I was trying to tell him something, and when he repeatedly didn't get it I asked, "What are you deaf or something?"
Oh my goodness, that was one of my most embarrassing moments ever.
Knowing I've don't most of these things at one time or another.
Or maybe it was accidentally putting my slippers on instead of my shoes yesterday. Nah, not my blondest moment!
I'll have to think about that. There are just too many to select one. Not that I can remember them anyway.
Why, he couldn't hear you could he? Now that is pretty blonde come to think of it. Lol
I decided to wash my mom's clothes and meant to drop them off at the nursing home before I left Illinois to travel back to Ohio yesturday. I got to Indiana only to realize that I remembered to wash her clothes but forgot to drop them off at the nursing home. Needless to say, my first stop in Toledo was the post office. Family has laughed about this. They say they are getting a whole lot of mileage from this incident. Blondeness strikes again.
Realizing that April Fools Day is hard for blondes.....because I am one!
She's right, you are!
Here's one of my (many) circus-related blonde moments... while learning to unicycle a few weeks ago my friend was trying to make me let go of the wall and start moving. Eventually I got braver and did it, but I didn't get far. At one point, I managed to go in a straight line and heard my friends who were sitting on a vault box nearby cheering me on. I turned my head, waved... and crashed straight into them.
Don't ask...it was really, really blonde!
Recently my family was dining at a fine restaurant in celebration of my 16-year-old's birthday. My daughter's boyfriend was drooling on his lamb chop and said lamb was his favorite food and this dish in particular was the tastiest he had ever eaten. I then asked him "Isakk, did you know that lamb was your favorite food before you'd tried it"? There was a moment of awkward silence, and then laughter erupted.
That reminds me of when I wanted to put some cinnamon on my cereal, only I sprinkled on chili powder by mistake. Yes, it might look similar, but it tastes rather different. For comparison, - cinnamon , -chili powder. And I'm not really blond either, if you don't count the one blond spot in my hair. Which strange as it might sound, is natural.
So far, it's been grabbing the a and d ointment instead of the toothpaste. And the bleach instead of the aftershave. Talk about a white face.
Used the smoke alarm as a cooking timer.
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