Susan Rooks en beBee in English, Human Resources, Marketing and Communications The Grammar Goddess • Grammar Goddess Communication 7/10/2016 · 2 min de lectura · 1,4K

A Farfetched Friday Funday, October 7

A Farfetched Friday Funday, October 7

Does this sign on the left seem approriate some weeks? You're moving along, getting stuff done, and then, WHAM! Something stops you in your tracks! 

For whatever reason, I really thought today would be Thursday, but nope. It's Friday again! 

That means another edition of my Friday Funday posts, hoping to help you end your workweek with a smile or three -- maybe even a true LOL! 

Today's funnies are part of a theme . . . see if you can spot it!

           

                       

                     Oh yeah -- this helps. Said. No. One. Ever!

A Farfetched Friday Funday, October 7



                                         Very clever "headline"

A Farfetched Friday Funday, October 7


                           Falling rocks are one thing, but this?

A Farfetched Friday Funday, October 7


                                                   Scary road!

A Farfetched Friday Funday, October 7


                                 Someone had just ONE job . . . 

A Farfetched Friday Funday, October 7


                                                 Seriously?

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A Farfetched Friday Funday, October 7

                                   

A Farfetched Friday Funday, October 7

Which one is YOUR favorite today?

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Many of these funnies come from Facebook pages that you can access any time you're in need of a few more good laughs. My favorites are Single Dad Laughing, I am not a grammar cop, Language Cranks Redux, Tannuzzo Copywriting, and Wrong Hands.

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Zack Thorn 10/10/2016 · #12

Must be New Jersey. Anyone who has been there and driven much will know just what I'm talking about.

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Pamela L. Williams 10/10/2016 · #11

#2 But Neil, that makes perfect sense in the South. Like the ending of The Beverly Hillbillies theme song: Ya'll come back now, hear! LOL!

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Jason Versey 10/10/2016 · #10

Well i didn't read this until Sunday afternoon but it still brought a smile to my face. Thank you Susan...these were great. i appreciate you.~Jason

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Susan Rooks 9/10/2016 · #9

#4 You do have a way of seeing things, Jim Saelzler!

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Susan Rooks 9/10/2016 · #8

#5 But of course, John Rylance, it wouldn't be as funny! I had to read it a couple of times before I was sure I got it.

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Susan Rooks 9/10/2016 · #7

Nan Einarson, that's a lovely way to put it, and thanks!

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Nan Einarson 9/10/2016 · #6

"Please Slow Drively" tickled my funny bone! Someone was distractedly obvious when painting that sign!

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John Rylance 9/10/2016 · #5

🙂🙂🙂 The last one Susan. It shows the need to place the words carefully to avoid confusion. It would read better if it was set out like this.
No Parking
Garages in use
Illegally parked cars
Will be clamped.

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