Silly Sunday is the place to come for weekly laughs. The rules are simple, just have fun.
This is a great opportunity to get to know other bloggers and have a laugh or two in the process. Here is how it works: Laugh and Link Up!
Is it good if a vacuum really sucks?
Why is the third hand on the watch called the second hand?
If a word is misspelled in the dictionary, how would we ever know?
If Webster wrote the first dictionary, where did he find the words?
Why do we say something is out of whack? What is a whack?
Why does “slow down” and “slow up” mean the same thing?
Why does “fat chance” and “slim chance” mean the same thing?
Why do “tug” boats push their barges?
Why do we sing “take me out to the ball game” when we are already there?
Why are they called ” stands” when they are made for sitting?
Why is it called “after dark” when it really is “after light”?
Doesn’t “expecting the unexpected” make the unexpected expected?
Why are a “wise man” and a “wise guy” opposites?
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LOL these are quite true really aren't they, how funny 🙂
A big Happy New Year have a auldlangsynetastic day 🙂
Yes they are true, Steve. That's what makes them so fun. Happy New Year to you too. 🙂
When you stop to think about it our language really doesn't make much sense. Could it be because Webster wrote the first dictionary and made definitions up as he went along. In some cases he ran out of ideas for meanings so he used some twice 🙂
Yep, English is a very difficult language. 🙂
Heeheehee! It's great to start the New Year off with a laugh, thank you. Happy New Year!
You're welcome my friend. Happy New Year to you and yours. 🙂
Ah, to ponder the imponderables. Have a great new year from all of us.
You have a great new year too. 🙂
Since everything is out of whack these days, nobody has ever seen a whack so I couldn't tell you what a whack is. It's like proving a negative.
Yes, you're spot on about this. 🙂
Those are terrific. Well done. Sandee, I sure hope you and Zane have a most wonderful New Year.
We always have a wonderful new year, Marg. We are thankful for each day we are given. 🙂
Why do we drive on a Parkway and park in a Driveway?
Hockey New Year!
Good question, Timothy. 🙂
Word play is fun. Love it.
Me too. It is most fun indeed. 🙂
LOL!!! These are really good, Sandee! Hilarious! A very warm and Happy New Year to you! Love and hugs. 🙂
Happy New Year to you too my friend. 🙂
Statrting the new year with a Carlinesque post…perfect!
Why not, Joe, why not. 🙂
BOL!!! 🙂 Happy New Year! Golden Love & Woofs, SUGAR
Happy New Year to you too, Sugar. 🙂
HAPPY NEW YEAR ALL!
Same to you, Odie. 🙂
HAPPY NEW YEAR SANDEE & ZANE. See ya.
Happy New Year Paul and Mary Lou. 🙂
my head hurts trying to figure these out! HAPPY NEW YEAR to You and Zane 🙂 :-f :-h d-)
I don't want you to hurt your head. Happy New Year Mike and Celestine. 🙂
Those are great. Happy 2017 to you and your family!
Thanks Ellen, the same to you and yours. 🙂
The expecting the unexpected one really screws with your brain the more you try & figger it out.
Yep, that's the fun in these things. 🙂
My favorite is the wise men vs. the wise guys. Hahaha. Immediately Joe Pesci popped into my mind. – Happy New Year!
Of course it is. You're Italian, so that makes perfect sense. 🙂
is it around the world or a round world…
Yes, welcome 2017. 🙂
English can definitely be strange at times.
Putting it lightly. You're right about that. 🙂
hah! why don't we say "making cents" when we are making money? I know,I know…pretty silly!
Hope your New Years Day was splendid! xoxo from the 3 of us!
All of them can be silly.
We had a most delightful New Years Day. I hope the three of you did too. 🙂
Now you've got me thinking. Too early in the new year for that 🙂
I know, but I just love these things. 🙂
Oh my Sandee, never mind funny. These oxymorons have got me thinking how odd the English language is. No wonder it takes so long to master it fluently, it must get very confusing!
It is a very difficult language to learn I'm told. Oh wait, I make enough mistakes too and it's my first language. 🙂