“My cousin had some serious style back then. I really want that shirt.”
“Jerome obviously had trouble parking his car. Need I say more?”
(submitted by Alix)
“Our kids 1st communion during the swine flu scare back in 2009. The Catholic Church made the decision that weekend to not have the moment in masses where everyone shakes hands.”
(submitted by Ted)
Remember the guy who didn’t have a second of fun on his vacation to Puerto Rico because he couldn’t take his wife with him? Well, he got to go on a second vacation to the same places on the same cruise – and this time, he got to take his wife with him. This time around, he took pictures with his wife in all of the places where he had posed for the first series and the outcome was a lot less awkward.
“I recently used the Washio laundry app and my wife and I were both happy with the speed of the service. The way it works– one of their “ninjas” (their word, not mine) comes to you house, picks up your launrdy, and then drops off next day or so. Well, when we got our clean launrdy and my wife was unpacking it, she found a mysterious pair of panties– a g-string to be exact. Now, fortunately, I have a very secure marriage, but you can imagine the dilemma this could cause for a married man. A pair of panties finds its way into the laundry… the man blames Washio and the wife is thinking, “Sure. Washio.” But, in this case, it was in fact Washio. We have two kids, we’re both exhausted, and the thought of having an affair just makes me more tired. So I contacted Washio and explained the situation…. their response was very professional, but still, cracked me up. This was the text: “Hi Mike, I sincerely apologize for the mixup. Washio does not mix orders during washing, however it sounds as if there was an unintentional addition on the folding table. We can send a Ninja to retrieve the panties at your earliest convenience. Again, with the ‘ninjas.’ I’ve included a photo of the panties.”
(submitted by Mike)