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The best results come from hard work, imagination and patience.
I had amnesia once - maybe twice.
Monday is an awful way to spend 1/7th of your life.
My first day on the job at an IKEA store, I was told by my boss that
employees needed to go to the meeting room before every shift.
I asked why.
He said, "Assembly required."
Never give yourself a haircut after three margaritas.
20+ Hilariously Amusing Unexpected Fails
Everyone makes mistakes. Some make mistakes privately on a small scale, others mess up big time. And these mistakes are often amusing because everyone but the management can see them.
Ever seen an inappropriate road sign? Almost everyone sees it, laughs at it, and shares it on social media. However it still never reaches the management and thus it continues to stay. Similarly we see hilarious signs in supermarket that are known to all the shoppers but none of the workers see them. or maybe they simply choose to ignore them. Whatever the case, they’re seriously hilarious.
In this post we have listed up photos of more than 20 amusing and unexpected fails that exist all around us.
#7 - OMG Barbie what have they done to you
While picking up a prescription, I noticed that the woman who
gave me my medication was wearing a beautiful mother's ring.
"I love your ring," I said. "It's very similar to mine." And I held out
my hand to show her. Each ring had three birthstones. "You have
three children too?" I asked.
"Well, no," the woman replied. "When my daughter picked this out
for me, she liked the rings with three settings the best. So I have
a birthstone for two daughters, and this one," she said while
pointing to the center gem, "is for the cat."
Why do black widow spiders kill their males after mating?
To stop the snoring before it starts.
Tomorrow: The best labor saving device of today.
Nat. Color Day
Nat. Nut Day
Clean Up the Earth Day
Eat a Pretzel Day
Internat. Caps Lock Day (obs
annually on Oct 22nd & Jun 28th)
/ Awareness Day
Nat. Knee Day
Smart is Cool Day
2008 - India Launches its First Lunar Mission
The unmanned space probe called Chandrayaan-1 was
launched by the Indian Space Research Organisation. The
probe successfully landed on the Moon on November 14,
2008, making India the 5th country to land a spacecraft on the
1957 - François Duvalier takes office
François Duvalier, also known as Papa Doc, became the
President of Haiti.
1936 - End of the Long March in China
The Long March, a 6000-mile journey made by members of the
Red Army led by Mao Zedong came to an end. The March was
undertaken as a way to escape the Nationalist army of Chiang
Kai-shek. The end of the March is also known in China as the
“union of the three armies”.
1884 - International Meridian Conference Adopts
Greenwich, England as initial longitudinal meridian
26 countries participated in the conference which was held in
Washington, D.C. In addition to making the meridian passing
through the Observatory of Greenwich as the initial meridian
for longitude or 0 degree longitude, the conference also
defined a universal day which would “begin for all the world at
the moment of mean midnight at the initial meridian, coinciding
with the beginning of the civil day and date of that meridian;
and is to be counted from zero up to twenty-four hours”.
1779 - First Person to Jump With a Parachute
French balloonist André-Jacques Garnerin jumped out of a
balloon over Parc Monceau in Paris using a silk parachute that
he made himself.
1973 - Ichiro Suzuki
Japanese baseball player
1949 - Arsène Wenger
French footballer, manager
1870 - Ivan Bunin
Russian author, poet, Nobel Prize laureate
1844 - Louis Riel
1811 - Franz Liszt
Hungarian pianist, composer
2002 - Richard Helms
American diplomat, 8th Director of Central Intelligence
1995 - Kingsley Amis
English author, poet, critic
1954 - Jibanananda Das
1906 - Paul Cézanne
741 - Charles Martel
Frankish military leader, politician
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Hello R. Eric. Here, just over 2 yrs and one the sites' most prolific and popular authors. I think that just about says it all! If there was any doubt, your 17,842 point reputation put a stop to that. Thank you for your time and effort, well done my friend.
I want to wish you a very Happy 58th Birthday and that your party was a good one.
“You surprised the hell out of me,” I muttered remembering the kiss in the pool back at the YMCA. (Proof that I am writing).. tis the last sentence I wrote tonight.
Made gnocchi soup for dinner. I've come a long way since I joined GA. Back then, I was lucky not to burn my house down.
Am I the only person that thinks the google symbol is a frowny face and disappointed in me each time I log on?
My latest story, In Sam's Room, is up and can be read at:
It's another tale about the dark side of human emotions. So...
Happy reading, if that is the right phrase.
Gravitas n. Dignity, seriousness, or solemnity in manner. “He has the necessary gravitas to lead the company.”
Tucker Carlson is looking pretty fierce too.
Back home after a lovely weekend. Went to a used book sale, and came home with bags full. Now to find shelf space for them!
Do not judge a person by where they come from from Judge them how far they traveled.
Why do they lock gas station bathrooms?
Are they afraid someone will clean them?
Five days of the week, my body is a temple.
The other two, it's an amusement park!
You can't have everything, where would you put it?
Is it weird that one nipple is bigger
than my other two?
What do you get when you mix a cheetah and a hamburger?
Long, long ago an old Indian chief was about to die, so he called
for Geronimo and Falling Rocks, the two bravest warriors in his
tribe. The chief instructed each to go out and seek buffalo
skins. Whoever returned with the most skins would be chief.
About a month later Geronimo came back with one hundred
pelts, but Falling Rocks never returned. Even today as you drive
throughout the West you can see signs saying:
WATCH OUT FOR FALLING ROCKS.
How does a cup steal from you? He mugs you.
When I go jogging, I listen to a portable CD player,
so people think I've been running for 10 years.
Only in America ... do banks leave both doors open and
then chain the pens to the counters.
Nat. Pumpkin Cheese Cake Day
Nat. Reptile Awareness Day
Count Your Buttons Day
Celebration of the Mind Day
Internat. Day of the Nacho
Global Iodine Deficiency Disorders
/ Prevention Day
Garbanzo Bean Day
World Toy Camera Day
Nat. Sunday School Teacher
/ Appreciation Day (3rd Sun in Oct)
2014 - Oscar Pistorius Convicted for 5 Years
The South African Paralympic Champion was on trial for the
murder of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp. He was sentenced
to a maximum of five years for culpable homicide. He was
released on parole for good behavior in October 2015.
However, in December 2015, South Africa's Supreme Court of
Appeal upgraded the charges to murder and found him guilty of
1983 - The 17th General Conference on Weights and
The conference passed a resolution defining a meter as the
distance traveled by light in vacuum during a time interval of
about three hundred millionth of a second. Before this, the
meter or metre was assigned several different definitions. In
1793, it was defined as one ten-millionth of the distance
between the Earth's Equator and the North Pole. In 1960, it
was once again redefined by the 11th General Conference of
Weights and Measures as equal to “1650763,73 wavelengths
in vacuum of the radiation corresponding to the transition
between the levels 2p10 and 5d5 of the krypton 86 atom.”
1969 - Coup in Somalia
Siad Barre staged a military coup against the government the
day after the death of Abdirashid Ali Shermarke, the then
president of Somalia.
1959 - The Guggenheim Opens its Doors
The Guggenheim Museum displays works from some of the
world’s most celebrated and sought-after contemporary artists.
Situated in the Manhattan area of New York, the museum was
first opened in 1939 as the Museum of Non-Objective Painting.
It was then named the Guggenheim Museum in 1952, after the
death of the founder of the foundation that runs it, Solomon R.
Guggenheim. The current museum building was designed by
American architect Frank Lloyd Wright and was opened to
public on this day.
1943 - Provisional Government of Free India Declared by
Subhas Chandra Bose
Bose, an exiled Indian nationalist and a key figure in the Indian
Independence Movement declared the creation of Azad Hind
or Free India during a mass rally in Singapore. Netaji (leader),
as he was fondly called by his followers, was unanimously
declared as the Head of State, Prime Minister, and Minister for
War of the new government. The government-in-exile did not
have any territory to govern until Japan gave them the
Andaman and Nicobar Islands, occupied by the Japanese in
1942, to run. A few days later after declaring the existence of
Azad Hind, the provisional government joined the Second
World War by declaring war on the Allies.
1986 - Natalee Holloway
American missing person
1980 - Kim Kardashian
American model, actress
1956 - Carrie Fisher
American actress, screenwriter, author
1949 - Benjamin Netanyahu
Israeli politician, 9th Prime Minister of Israel
1772 - Samuel Taylor Coleridge
English poet, philosopher
2014 - Gough Whitlam
Australian politician, 21st Prime Minister of Australia
2012 - George McGovern
American politician, historian, author
2003 - Elliott Smith
American singer-songwriter, guitarist
1969 - Jack Kerouac
American author, poet
1805 - Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson
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Hi Brucie, welcome to GA. Since you say you like all genres, everything and anything here should be of interest to you. You have already given out your first like (reaction point), which is more than some who have been here over a decade have done. Get involved or just read and enjoy yourself, what ever makes you happy.
I do want to wish you a very Happy 79th Birthday and that you had an awesome day.
Yeah... new league record too.
- Last week
The edit of Running with the Pack has now hit the halfway point with the posting of chapters 21 through 25. I hope you all enjoy the new content.
Got a haircut. And no @Page Scrawler I ain't posting a pic! 😝
I've posted another story to my collection Care Studies in Modern Life.
Hopefully, if all goes well, the story will be available to read tomorrow.
Bit of a freak out this morning when I woke at 6:00 and realized Baby J hadn’t woken me up during the night! A rush to where he was sleeping and there he was, still sound asleep. Now wondering if him sleeping through the night was a one time thing or if I can look forward to more mornings of waking in a panic, lol
The Miss Universe pageant is fixed.
All the winners are from Earth.
Never do card tricks for the group you play poker with.
What did the hurricane say to the palm tree?
Better hold onto your nuts because this is no ordinary blowjob.
As I watched the dog chasing his tail I thought
"Dogs are easily amused",
then I realized I was watching the dog chasing his tail.
The policeman arrived at the scene of an accident to find that a
car had struck a telephone pole. Searching for witnesses, he
discovered a pale, nervous young man in work clothes who
claimed he was an eyewitness.
"Exactly where were you at the time of the accident?" inquired
"Sir," exclaimed the telephone lineman, "I was at the top of the
What has a head, a tail, and no body?
A memorandum is written not to inform
the reader, but to protect the writer.
Seen it all, done it all, can't remember most of it.
Nat. Youth Confidence Day
Nat. Sweetest Day (3rd Sat in Oct)
Nat. Brandied Fruit Day
Internat. Independent Video
/ Store Day (3rd Sat in Oct)
Birth of the Bab
Bridge Day (3rd Sat in Oct)
I Love Yarn Day (Sat of 2nd full
/ week in Oct)
Internat. Sloth Day
Miss American Rose Day
Nat. Call-in Day for Health Reform
Nat. Suspenders Day
Internat. Day of the Air Traffic
World Osteoporosis Day
2011 - Muammar Gaddafi is Captured
The deposed leader of Libya, Muammar Gaddafi, is captured
by the National Transitional Council Forces. He was killed by
the troops soon after.
1982 - Luzhniki Disaster
A stampede during a UEFA Cup soccer (football) match
between Dutch club Haarlem and the Moscovian football club,
Spartak at the Lenin Stadium in Moscow left about 60 people
1973 - Sydney Opera House Opens its Doors
The iconic building, which was declared as a World Heritage
Site by UNESCO, was designed by Danish architect Jørn
Oberg Utzon. Construction on the performing arts center began
in March 1959 and cost over $100 million.
1968 - Jacqueline Kennedy marries Aristotle Onassis
Former American first lady, Jacqueline Kennedy, married
Greek shipping magnet, Aristotle Onassis
1962 - War Breaks Out Between India and China
The month-long border dispute began after the Chinese
launched a two-pronged attack on the border between the two
countries. During the duration of hostilities, China and India did
not officially declare war on each other nor cut off any
diplomatic ties. The conflict ended with China taking control of
Aksai Chin and both countries accepting a de facto border
along what is now known as Line of Control.
1971 - Snoop Dogg
American rapper, producer, actor
1958 - Viggo Mortensen
1950 - Tom Petty
American singer-songwriter, musician
1931 - Mickey Mantle
American baseball player
1859 - John Dewey
American philosopher, psychologist
2011 - Muammar Gaddafi
Libyan politician, Prime Minister of Libya
1984 - Paul Dirac
English physicist, Nobel Prize laureate
1964 - Herbert Hoover
American politician, 31st President of the United States
1950 - Henry L. Stimson
American statesman, lawyer, politician
1890 - Richard Francis Burton
English soldier, geographer, diplomat
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I think Lucas would say the moose in Sweden are pretty invincible too. Though I doubt he holds a grudge, since that's how he met Joel.
As for the impact of cold climates on people... I'll let you the the judge of that.
@Puppilull, I’ll be able to make a better decision after you’ve sent me my own Joel… ;–)