Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by Winonesoon, Jun 8, 2021.
I like that one. I've never heard that one before. I hope to remember it when I have the chance.
It is an old joke, I heard it in the 60's.
I see You are Channeling George Carlin
Back when the metal was worth something, people used to cut out part of the coin and "plug" it w/ a cheaper metal.
Bring me another intern........
I've been out of pocket for a while. If you are in the pocket, just where are you?
I've been under the weather the last few days. Since I am not an astronaut, I have spent my entire life under the weather.
"Sakes alive" usually followed that with my Mamaw.
"Happier than a heifer in a patch of green clover" To what extent does this not involve narcotics?
"right as rain!"
I never understood that one lol
It really sucks when you're running "three sheets to the wind", and it's "cold enough to freeze the balls off a brass monkey".
Clean, simple and honest. That's from my Grand moms lips. That's the only explanation i ever got.
That just ruins the buzz.
"It's always the last place you look." Of course is the last place I look. Why would I keep looking for something when I found it?
Yeah, I'd like to know the etymology of that one.
So how or when did calling someone "nuts" or "bananas" mean they were crazy?
Why is it called blowing or giving someone a raspberry when you make a fart sound?
That boy ain't playing with a full deck, or he's a couple sandwiches short of a picnic.
Is a country mile longer than a city mile?
I think that's related to being "squirrely" and monkeys associated with bananas.