TOO GOOD NOT TO SHARE
TOO GOOD NOT TO SHARE BY RICK HAYNES
Yes, I know this isn't two weeks but I remember writing this many moons ago and have now updated it.
And don't we all need a big smile turning into a giggle before laughing out loud?
And so I give you, a laugh x10
Age 60 might be the new 40, but 9 am is the new midnight.
When you ask me what I am doing today and I say nothing, it doesn't mean I am free. No! it means I am doing absolutely nothing.
To me, drinking responsibly means don't spill it.
It's the start of a brand new day and I'm moving as quickly as a gang of turtles in a sand dune.
The older I get, the earlier it becomes late.
Now. When I say the other day, I could be dreaming about any time yesterday or 15 years ago.
I do remember the time when I could rise from my chair without any sound effects.
I had my patience tested yesterday. Lucky old me; I was negative.
I lost my sock in the tumble dryer, but at least the lost Tupperware lid reappeared. Shame it didn't fit any of the containers.
Have you ever thought about this one, cos I have?
Imagine sitting on a train and a stranger lowers his bulk, sits down and squashes you against the window.
You've paid for a seat not half of one so here's the simple way to get your revenge.
You simply stare straight ahead and say, 'Did you bring the money?'