© Lynne Hall and Alison France 2005-
Evangelist Roger Hillis gave two talks at a local church in the USA. The morning service included a talk called “Preparing for Marriage” while the afternoon one was “A Look at Hell”. Many people attended both.
A local official in Springfield, Illinois, has denied lying about a financial transaction he completed. He has, however, admitted that he did not tell the truth either.
Big news from Appleton in Wisconsin. “Appleton Airport may soon be known as Appleton Airport.” No doubt the meeting to decide that lasted a very long time.
In Ottawa, a woman joined a huge search party, only to discover some hours later that it was actually her that everyone was looking for!
The “We’ve Been There” Section -
Another Happy Mams’ Day wish to our Mams!!!!
A couple of happy memories shown below!
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This last picture by Uncle Eric.
After the problem last edition of the man who didn’t know how an American town got its name, here are a few more he might like to consider (all actually exist)-
Possum Grape, Arkansas
No Name, Colorado
Good Grief, Idaho
Santa Claus, Indiana
Sugar Bunker, Nevada
Cheesequake, New Jersey
Pee Pee Ohio
A very important job and, obviously, there must be shortage of proof readers. These are genuine!
“The bridal couple stood facing the floral setting and exchanged cows”
“It took rabbits many years to write the Talmud.”
Mrs. (Blank) fell downstairs at her home this morning, breaking her myhodudududududududosy, and suffered painful injuries.”
And as for commonsense….
What about these signs?
Every Year -
Congratulations to all our Ernie winners!!!!
Your favourite gardeners have been busy today!
It really is time to end this equality thing! Whatever happened to the men who used to think we were pathetic little women and offer to take them around the back for us???!!!!
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The Wonderful Photo Spot
While searching for pictures of Spitalfields today I came across this wonderful photo. Can’t help but wonder who the little lad was.
Phew, I’m knackered!!!