Wednesday, August 12, 2009


I believe you should live every day as if it were your last.

That's why I'm not writing a blog post today
because who wants to waste their last day
on earth writing a blog post?

Tomorrow is another day.



O Docker said...

Wait a minute, what's with those French words up there?

Is that French for 'My aunt's Laser is in the nursing home' ?

Criminy, these French signs are popping up everywhere today. You don't buy a TV set anymore, it's a freakin' téléviseur. What's happening to our Amurican values? Can't these French people just stay where they belong - in Canada!

PeconicPuffin said...

We should live every day as if it was yesterday? I'm confusled!

tillerman said...

Live every day as if it was yesterday? Does that mean I would have to do exactly the same things as I did yesterday? Wouldn't that get terribly boring?

God, I just remembered I changed two dirty diapers on my baby grandson yesterday...

Greg and Kris said...

I never liked that one. If I really thought it were my last day, I'd hug a few people, which might not be a bad daily practice, but I fear I would also be tempted to punch a few people, which would be bad, since it's not really my last day and tomorrow is gonna be here and I'm probably going to have get a lawyer and who wants to spend their real last day hanging out with one of those bastards. Any lawyers in present company of course are excepted.

Pandabonium said...

There was a young physicist named Bright, who could travel faster than light, he went off one day in a relative way and came back the previous night.

How should he live is life?

Pat said...

Relatively quickly I'd think.

Greg and Kris said...

There was a young cat named Schrodinger

He climbed in a box, but here's the humdinger

He's dead AND alive in the box. Now there's a real paradox

O Docker said...

The joke is had by our host
Who said he'd not make a post.
So if no post is here,
Why do comments appear?
It's that paradox we should toast.

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