If it’s Friday, it must mean leftovers . . .

Friday afternoon. Partly cloudy and autumnal, 67 degrees.

So . . . hmm . . . a whole lot of nothing going on in my head . . . actually, too much to sift through . . .

The dogs kept me up most of the night, well, up and down and up and down. There must have been some kind of critter in the back yard that had their interest. The highlight of my evening was watching the finale of “Project Runway,” which I still like, even after 13 seasons. Tried to read and couldn’t. Tried to watch something else, and couldn’t. Not really sure what’s going on.

At least I finally got the x-rays on both of my hands done yesterday afternoon, something my pain management doctor prescribed weeks ago. Funny how I hadn’t noticed how weird my left thumb is looking, as in misshapen. Love this getting older stuff. Oh well . . .

                   

This week’s headline:

 18 Newspaper Headlines That Are So Poorly Written, It's Embarrassing   33 - https://www.facebook.com/diplyofficial

You don’t say . . .

And another good one:

pumpkin riots2

 

That these two were friends (they went to Julliard together) is absolutely amazing:

Have you ever ridden in an Intelevator? Me neither.

It’s long, but worth it, especially around 5:40.

Where do I get some of this?

Crime and Punishment: He did what?

 18 Newspaper Headlines That Are So Poorly Written, It's Embarrassing   15 - https://www.facebook.com/diplyofficial

Crime and Punishment: World’s worst robber?

The hell, you say?

 18 Newspaper Headlines That Are So Poorly Written, It's Embarrassing   25 - https://www.facebook.com/diplyofficial

Too bad the U.S. doesn’t have the guts Canada has in this instance:

Love the pun:

Moral of the story? Always check for newts . . .

Twitter responses to pumpkin riot in New Hampshire hand conservative pundits their own words . . . with a twist:

pumpkin riots

 

Love this story:

To read the judge’s lyrics, click here.

And finally, let’s turn the tables on birth control:

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Friday leftovers . . .

Late posting . . . computer was down for a few days. I fear it’s on its last leg . . .

This week’s headline:

An Austrian man died of starvation while his wife was hospitalized because he refused to eat unless his wife prepared food.

So true, so true . . .

Game of Thrones Season 4 blooper reel:

Yep. This, here:

Tee hee . . .

You know how in a recent post I mentioned that my dad used to say shee-yit? Well, serendipity from 1970 . . .

This one is for Corey who believes otherwise:

Sometimes I worry about this, and then . . . not . . .
Dreams

Stupid tweets (I doth fear the vast want of intellect as reflected in these 140-character missives):

She has no toe! And she doesn’t like ice cream!

Eating this leaves you on the floor with no memory as to what happened after you took that first bite . . .

Mom is forcing someone named Aaron to run, and kid can’t do homework because 80 is a homonym for AD . . .

                   

Because, of course, this makes complete sense . . . if you’re living in a different century, that is:

TK

A pregnant employee at a Christian school was fired for having premarital sex — They offered the job to the man who got her pregnant.

A former employee at a Christian college has enlisted the help of high-profile attorney Gloria Allred to sue a California school that allegedly fired her for engaging in premarital sex, NBC’s “Today” reports. In a bizarre twist, the school reportedly went on to offer the pregnant woman’s job to her then-fiance.

Oh, the horror! Flying uteruses, uteri? But all of the other body parts stayed in?

If only this worked with all of the pervs out there:

And finally, to balance this post’s sarcastic bent, here’s a bit of beauty for you: