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New Year Funnies

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This week’s funnies are from http://www.veryfunnyads.com. None of these videos is related to the up-coming New Year celebrations, but they are a good way to start the year laughing. And semi-appropriately enough, they begin with an ad for dog food presented by the famous dogs who sing Jingle Bells.

So click on the link and enjoy. And don’t miss the related articles below. Meanwhile, have a happy and healthy New Year!

Live your purpose every day.

Silliness

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You may have noticed that this is the only post I have published this week (and barely under the Friday wire, at that). It is because I am now working part-time and getting ready for Christmas as well, which has cut severely into my writing time. So it is safe to say that I will probably not be keeping up with my blogging schedule until some time after the first of the year. However, I will endeavor to post a Friday Funnies article each week, no matter what. Thanks for your understanding.

And now, a couple of silly Christmas songs you can sing as you are finishing your Christmas shopping. Go ahead – it’s OK.

(Sung to the tune “Deck the Halls”)

Deck the malls this Christmas season,

fa la la la la, la la la la

Blow your cash for no good reason,

fa la la la la, la la la la

Push your charge card to its limit

fa la la, la la la, la la la

Your check book now has nothing in it.

fa la la la la, la la la la.

(Sung to the tune “Jingle Bells”)

Dashing through the snow in my rusty Chevrolet.

Down the road I go, sliding all the way.

I need new piston rings.  I need some new snow tires.

My car is held together by a piece of chicken wire!

Oh, rust and smoke, the heater’s broke, the door just blew away.

I light a match to see the dash and then I start to pray-ay.

The frame is bent, the muffler went, the radio’s okay.

Oh, what fun it is to drive this rusty Chevrolet!

I went to IGA to get some Christmas cheer.

I just passed up my left front tire and it’s gettin’ hard to steer.

Speeding down the highway, right past the county cops.

I have to drag my swampers just to get the car to stop.

Oh, rust and smoke, the heater’s broke, the door just blew away.

I light a match to see the dash and then I start to pray-ay.

The frame is bent, the muffler went, the radio’s okay.

Oh, what fun it is to drive this rusty Chevrolet!

Bouncing through the snowdrifts in a big, blue cloud of smoke.

People laugh as I drive by; I wonder what’s the joke!

I have to get to Wal-Mart to pick up my layaway,

Cause Santa’s comin’ soon in his big, old, rusty sleigh!

Oh, rust and smoke, the heater’s broke, the door just blew away.

I light a match to see the dash and then I start to pray-ay.

The frame is bent, the muffler went, the radio’s okay.

Oh, what fun it is to drive this rusttttttttty Chevroooooooleeeeeet!

Lifted from http://funny-stuff-central.com/cmas.php

As I haven’t figured out how to reproduce these funny cartoons, I invite you to visit the site below for a humorous look at a very determined cat.

http://theoatmeal.com/comics/cat_vs_internet

I hope you have enjoyed today’s Friday Funnies.

Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and Happy New Year to you!

Live your purpose every day.

The Fourth of July and the Number 7

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Our beloved country today enters its Number 7 Personal Year. 7 is about spiritual and mental housecleaning, introspection, study, research, exploration – digging for the truth. It can be a quiet year, but there can be dramatic surprises when the truth is revealed.

It is a time to allow developments to unfold naturally rather than to force issues. Forcing anything will result in frustration. Mediation and give and take will lead to effective solutions rather than attempting to enforce rigid standards.

Many ideas are proposed as solutions, but they are not always practical. Some ideas proposed this year may be more effectively executed next year.

This is a year for creative solutions.

I wonder how our linear-minded American institutions will handle this non-linear, creative vibration.

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