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Golden Lion - I'm a Cat and I'm Sitting in the Sun

Golden Lion – I’m a Cat and I’m Sitting in the Sun

Two women friends had gone for a girl’s night out. They were drunk, walking home, and they needed to pee, so they stopped in the cemetery.

One of them had nothing to wipe with, so she took off her panties and used them. The other friend didn’t want to ruin her panties, but she was lucky enough to squat down next to a grave that had a wreath with a ribbon on it.

The next day one of their husbands called the other one and said, “These girls’ nights have got to stop! My wife came home with no panties!”

“That’s nothing” said the other husband, “Mine came back with a card stuck to her butt that said… “From all of us at the Fire Station. We’ll never forget you”

Our local library subscribes to a digital streaming service called Hoopla. This week I first exercised it and downloaded the Pretty Good Jokes episode from a Prairie Home Companion. This is where the preceding joke came from. I hope that no readers are offended. I finished up listening to it this morning, while I took a nice long walk, without any urban pee issues myself. Afterwards, I went to the Saint Louis Zoo, one of the best in America. Did I mention that it is free? On this photo safari, I caught the above regal beast majestically posed during the magic hour. After I snapped this picture of Ingozi, I was drawn away by the sound of bird noises. It turns out that the nearby building that once housed the sea lion show has been repurposed as winter storage for birds who are outdoors during the warmer months, but are not up to wintering outdoors in Saint Louis. As I peered into the windows I generate quite the commotion among the flamingos in there. My attention was soon drawn back to the lion’s den by Ingozi’s roar. He was making a play with the one remaining lioness in his pride. The other lioness had given birth to a cub earlier this year and they are both still incommunicado. After much sound and fury and a bit of a tussle between them, the two lions laid down facing each other warily. Well, they still had a quiet dinner for two to look forward to, “Honey, could you please pass the raw meat?”

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