Sunday Funnies

I did a post yesterday that mysteriously disappeared. I got it back, then this morning it was gone again. I’m just posting some funny images here so if it disappears again at least I won’t have any time and effort invested in researching things.

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7 responses to “Sunday Funnies

  1. Yesterday’s post is still there, Pete. 🙂

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  2. Pistol Pete

    Apparently it won’t let me see my own work.It’s OK,I think I remember what I wrote and it wasn’t that good anyway.

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  3. “I did a post yesterday that mysteriously disappeared. I got it back, then this morning it was gone again.”

    I don’t want to get all technical, but we computer experts call that the “Bob at NSA messing with us again” syndrome.

    😀

    Gasoline in a grocery bag: when you think Stupid has surely bottomed out, you always find you’re nowhere near the bottom. Wonder if one of them was smoking while doing this?

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      I asked a gas station attendant to please not come hear my car to pump gas with a lit cigarette in his face. He was astonished, but complied. ::smh::

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  4. red nig

    Hey, that thing with the priests isn’t funny. My pastor calls all my vehicles miracle cars because I have to pray over them when I go anywhere. What’s wrong with that? Yeah, they could use a little maintenance…Angels work!

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      ITA. I think that toon is one of those Catholic jokes that’s okay within Catholic circles. It’s like how you can poke fun at your own family members, but whoa betide anyone from outside who does it.

      I like the Catholic blessing of cars thing. We also do boats and houses and pets and bicycles. It’s good to be reminded that God isn’t just in church or in the Bible or “up there in the air”, but everywhere. He is intimately concerned with every detail of our lives.

      Sadly, Protestants generally seem to have little respect for our traditions and the real spirituality and love for God that infuses them.

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