Welcome to Monday. As always, we begin the week with a trip through the search strings that lead people to this very site. Some of them are even amusing, we hope.
joanne had always had great birthday parties, so she was excited for her 18th birthday. however, when the day came, she was disappointed. this illustrates the: Excruciating dullness that is adulthood.
horse feeds pigeons: Though probably not to the hungry foals.
nearest steak: It’s got to be better than those damn pigeons.
dishardening: When you get older, it’s inevitable.
codes, ciphers and spies tales: After which, President Trump will excuse himself and go play golf.
life insurance without medical exam or questions: It helps if you’re only twenty-two.
maybe your daughter? young jailbait selfie & webcam collection: Not my daughter, I assure you.
the cramped quarters migrant boat: And the airlines are studying how they did it.
suppose a handbill publisher can buy a new duplicating machine for $2000 and the duplicator has a 1-year life. the machine is expected to contribute $2200 to the year’s net revenue: At which point the publisher discovers he’s working for less than minimum wage and sells the equipment to the nearest Greater Fool.
bucking the vent: Yeah? Well, buck you too, pal.
peter boorish: It is. Now put that thing back in your pants.
by the ___, 35,000 people had been lobotomized in the united states: “Third year of reality television.”
shoes off at the door: And drop your pants in the hallway.