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    something you remember that makes people laugh.
    let's see how many good,
    funny thoughts or memories you can find
    in your mind to share with others for a good
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    I dropped the glass top to my crock pot and broke it. My GS who was 6 at the time said "Grandma, what are you going to burn the beans in now". Then he kept talking and said "if you burn the house down we will have to stay in a tel hole". It took us a minute but we figured out the word he meant was hotel.

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    I'm a nanny for two children. Yesterday morning, being Friday, I didn't have a great selection of clean clothes for myself to choose from. I ended up with green pants and a black & pink shirt. I finished it off with green socks with frogs on them. Not horrible, but not exactly matching either.

    Once at work, my pants got a huge hole in the seat. Fortunately, I didn't have to take them outside. When the mom came home 1/2 way through the day, she gave me a beach sarong to cover myself up. It was bright orange with blue, purple, and yellow flowers. When I saw myself in the mirror, I looked pretty ridiculous! Sasha, the 15-month-old, loved the sarong with all the fringes. So we had to tie a scarf around her tush as well. She was wearing purple and got a purple scarf.

    Then DH came to pick me up. When I got into the car, he asks, "Why did you run so fast to get to the car?"

    This just happened yesterday, but I think I'll be laughing about it for a while.

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    One day i hurried out of Jo anns, hopped in the car, set the bag at my feet and looked up at a strange man staring at me.. I had got in the wrong car. We both cracked up laughing, well it was the same color and similar body style. He said My wife is never gonna believe this, I said, my husband will LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by thequilterslink
    One day i hurried out of Jo anns, hopped in the car, set the bag at my feet and looked up at a strange man staring at me.. I had got in the wrong car. We both cracked up laughing, well it was the same color and similar body style. He said My wife is never gonna believe this, I said, my husband will LOL
    OMG~~~that would have freaked me as I don't have anyone in my car with me often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thequilterslink
    One day i hurried out of Jo anns, hopped in the car, set the bag at my feet and looked up at a strange man staring at me.. I had got in the wrong car. We both cracked up laughing, well it was the same color and similar body style. He said My wife is never gonna believe this, I said, my husband will LOL
    LMBO!!! That would totally happen to me too!

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    When I was young and skinny....I used to wear a bikini ( this is before child bearing years)

    My friends and I were playing "Marco Polo" in the pool.

    Well I lost the top of my suit ( I didn't realize)...I was the blind one yelling Marco polo...so after much snickering and boy laughter...All those teen age boys yellling "Polo"..trying to get me to turn towards them. Jerks!! I was humiliated.....this story pops up every now and again during our summer camp outs because we are all still friends.....



    Another time I was depanced on the trampoline during high school....my short were a bit to big and one of the tall guys at the side of the trampoline pulled them down at just the right time ...so I was in my underwear in front of everyone because he had my shorts in his hands....

    Humilation once again!

    I experienced trauma during those high school years! I never wore those shorts again!

    Again that story comes up quite often and camp outs and reunions.

    Nobody can remember the positive things..only the really humliating things. oh well.

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    Having 4 teenagers at once challenged my parenting. One day in a tense situation, I told my 16 yr. old son, "You're driving me crazy".

    In the same room, my 14 yr. old son said, "Yeah, and that's a pretty short trip."

    Dead silence......Then laughter....And a tense situation put into proper perspective and resolved.

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    One day I was subbing for a hearing class of high schoolers. One teenage boy sat diagonally opposite the classroom from me back in the corner of a full class. I explained my deafness and how they should talk with me so I can read lips. That one boy in the corner decided to test me and silently worded a sentence to me. To put him in his place, I replied out loud for all to hear, "I love you, too." He turned red. The class roared with laughter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charismah
    When I was young and skinny....I used to wear a bikini ( this is before child bearing years)

    My friends and I were playing "Marco Polo" in the pool.

    Well I lost the top of my suit ( I didn't realize)...I was the blind one yelling Marco polo...so after much snickering and boy laughter...All those teen age boys yellling "Polo"..trying to get me to turn towards them. Jerks!! I was humiliated.....this story pops up every now and again during our summer camp outs because we are all still friends.....



    Another time I was depanced on the trampoline during high school....my short were a bit to big and one of the tall guys at the side of the trampoline pulled them down at just the right time ...so I was in my underwear in front of everyone because he had my shorts in his hands....

    Humilation once again!

    I experienced trauma during those high school years! I never wore those shorts again!

    Again that story comes up quite often and camp outs and reunions.

    Nobody can remember the positive things..only the really humliating things. oh well.
    Awwwwwwwwwwww
    that is sad :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by RUSewing
    Having 4 teenagers at once challenged my parenting. One day in a tense situation, I told my 16 yr. old son, "You're driving me crazy".

    In the same room, my 14 yr. old son said, "Yeah, and that's a pretty short trip."

    Dead silence......Then laughter....And a tense situation put into proper perspective and resolved.
    don't ya just love kids :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdarts2
    One day I was subbing for a hearing class of high schoolers. One teenage boy sat diagonally opposite the classroom from me back in the corner of a full class. I explained my deafness and how they should talk with me so I can read lips. That one boy in the corner decided to test me and silently worded a sentence to me. To put him in his place, I replied out loud for all to hear, "I love you, too." He turned red. The class roared with laughter.
    LMBO !!

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    This is soooo embarrassing! But funny looking back.
    I used to be really thin and could still wear a bikini after 3 kids. Well I was in the pool holding my youngest during swimming lessons. The teachers were like college age guys.
    I'm going all over w/o noticing that one cup in the top fell down exposing one breast. I'm almost died of embarrassment but I think the guy who was gawking at me enjoyed it LOL LOL :D

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    I was on the other side of town from where I usually do my shopping once and hit the door of our new, 2nd Wal-mart nearly running as I needed the ladies' room urgently! I rushed past a couple of people and into the stall, and in a few seconds when I was all better I realized that the shoes I could see under the wall of the stall were most definitely men's oxfords. Then I realized the people I had rushed past were not at sinks, but urinals. I did not want to leave the stall! But I calmly opened the door and walked out of the MEN'S room, making no eye contact. Never going to make that mistake again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mollymct
    I was on the other side of town from where I usually do my shopping once and hit the door of our new, 2nd Wal-mart nearly running as I needed the ladies' room urgently! I rushed past a couple of people and into the stall, and in a few seconds when I was all better I realized that the shoes I could see under the wall of the stall were most definitely men's oxfords. Then I realized the people I had rushed past were not at sinks, but urinals. I did not want to leave the stall! But I calmly opened the door and walked out of the MEN'S room, making no eye contact. Never going to make that mistake again!
    OMG~~~I feel it !!

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    keep 'em coming. This is too funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mayme
    keep 'em coming. This is too funny.
    I know; it feels good to giggle...

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    the one around here that brings up the best laugh is me chasing my son around the house with a wad of toilet tissue. He loved to bug me outside the bathroom door, doing and saying all kinds of funny stuff, but I got really p...ed off and told him I'd wipe my b..t and rub it in his face if he didn't stop. He didn't and I just grabbed tissue( clean!!) and flew out the door after him. Around the house we ran, him yelling stop , "I wont do it again!" And he didn't for a long time, but encouraged his younger brothers too. Another short one that still makes me crack up. My sister and I didn't have very good singing voices, and we were well into our 30's. Went to church with mom and as we stood to sing along, lowering our vocals when we couldn't hit a high note and when we realized we were both doing the same thing, we started to giggle. Of course we tried to stop laughing, but every time we look at each other, or just thought about it, we'd start giggling all over again. Sort of a hysterical laugh. After that, we didn't sit next to each other in church!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by clem55
    the one around here that brings up the best laugh is me chasing my son around the house with a wad of toilet tissue. He loved to bug me outside the bathroom door, doing and saying all kinds of funny stuff, but I got really p...ed off and told him I'd wipe my b..t and rub it in his face if he didn't stop. He didn't and I just grabbed tissue( clean!!) and flew out the door after him. Around the house we ran, him yelling stop , "I wont do it again!" And he didn't for a long time, but encouraged his younger brothers too. Another short one that still makes me crack up. My sister and I didn't have very good singing voices, and we were well into our 30's. Went to church with mom and as we stood to sing along, lowering our vocals when we couldn't hit a high note and when we realized we were both doing the same thing, we started to giggle. Of course we tried to stop laughing, but every time we look at each other, or just thought about it, we'd start giggling all over again. Sort of a hysterical laugh. After that, we didn't sit next to each other in church!!
    That is so funny, Clem. I cannot sit next to my wonderful Dad in church, because he can't hit those high notes, either. Only he has no idea how tone deaf he is! I nearly choked once trying to keep from laughing out loud during a hymn as he warbled away, oblivious ... As my bother says, the Bible says to make a joyful noise, not a pretty noise! Better for me to have a buffer zone now!

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    The one we always laugh about is when my son was 10 or so and ALWAYS made funny faces when he could see his reflection. No matter where we were!

    Well, one day we were leaving the grocery store and parked next to our car was a car with tinted windows and he was making funny faces, sticking his tounge out and everything.

    Next thing I know is he goes flying thru the open window of our car and says "go mom, go" hurry! He kept saying that over and over again.

    Well, I looked over at the car and there was a man sitting in it and he had rolled down his window! It scared the beegeebees out of him and that day he was cured! He has not done it since! He is almost 30 now :lol: :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by hannajo
    I'm a nanny for two children. Yesterday morning, being Friday, I didn't have a great selection of clean clothes for myself to choose from. I ended up with green pants and a black & pink shirt. I finished it off with green socks with frogs on them. Not horrible, but not exactly matching either.

    Once at work, my pants got a huge hole in the seat. Fortunately, I didn't have to take them outside. When the mom came home 1/2 way through the day, she gave me a beach sarong to cover myself up. It was bright orange with blue, purple, and yellow flowers. When I saw myself in the mirror, I looked pretty ridiculous! Sasha, the 15-month-old, loved the sarong with all the fringes. So we had to tie a scarf around her tush as well. She was wearing purple and got a purple scarf.

    Then DH came to pick me up. When I got into the car, he asks, "Why did you run so fast to get to the car?"

    This just happened yesterday, but I think I'll be laughing about it for a while.
    WHY didn't you get a picture?!!!! You sound like a really FUN nannny!

    Jan in VA

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdarts2
    One day I was subbing for a hearing class of high schoolers. One teenage boy sat diagonally opposite the classroom from me back in the corner of a full class. I explained my deafness and how they should talk with me so I can read lips. That one boy in the corner decided to test me and silently worded a sentence to me. To put him in his place, I replied out loud for all to hear, "I love you, too." He turned red. The class roared with laughter.
    I love it when the tables are turned (peacefully)! :lol: Love your sense of humor!

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    A friend of mine was babysitting for a little girl who was almost two. Every day the little girl would take off one of her socks and 'hide' it. At first it was really easy to find the sock but the day came when my friend could not find the sock anywhere. She asked the little girl and the toddler just smiled. My friend looked all day for that sock. When the toddler's mom came to pick her up my friend explained about the missing sock. When the mom asked the little girl where the sock was the toddler sat down and pulled both socks off the one foot! Smart kid!

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    This same little girl was a flower girl at age three. About four months later another friend of her mom's asked her if she would like to be a flower girl again. 'No', the toddler replied, 'I've already been down the aisle once'.

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    My son went thru a time when he had really stinky feet, and I said to him, (in front of his two sisters), "Your feet smell so bad, they're making my mouth water!" Of course, I meant to say my "eyes"!!! Another good one was my fresh daughter, she made me so mad I said, "I'll slap your face off the face of your face!" Just two stories that still are remembered, there are many more, of course.

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