mivox - no snow, huge storm out of the southwest off the Pacific, more rain than any time in the last ten years (probably 3 inches of rain since yesterday), the creek is almost over the only bridge/road into/out of town, storm's supposed to continue through a week today, good thing "mt. ararat" is just behind the house! *laughing*
Must be different groups of inbreds -- er, persons of limited genetic diversity -- we're talking about then. ;)
Yah - unless they "polygamized" that far....
I just wish this rain would go to snow. If it had snowed since it started to rain, we'd be starting the season with about 3 feet.... *sigh*
as sharp as a bag of wet mice
A few hints shy of having a clue.
Fast as molasses running uphill on a cold day.
He may be slow, but his work is poor.
I can't believe... you were the strongest swimmer.
Also Weird Al's song "Genius in France" has a lot of these sayings.
|three pots shot of a shout |
This one slays me, woz: ) Can't wait to try and wrap my tongue around it at 2:00AM in Vegas next week..three pots shop of a shot..errr..three shots pot of a ..wait...three scots shout at a...
"Couldn't find his way out of a paper bag"
He's deep. Hollow, but deep.
LOL at "hollow but deep"! Here are a few that come to mind:
"He's safety-wired to the dumb*** position." (From a retired Naval engineer friend)
"His brain's rolling around up there like a BB in a cat food can." (From an old Dave Barry column)
"Couldn't find his butt with both hands and a search warrant." (Heard from a policeman friend.)
And perhaps my all-time favorite...:
"Man, it's like like trying to nail Jello to a tree." (First time I ever heard that was from a frustrated data processing supervisor who'd just spent 30 minutes on the phone trying to explain something very simple to someone who was clueless - that was 15 years ago and the imagery still makes me laugh out loud.)
Bungalow. (Nothing Upstairs)
A few Bits short of a Byte
Thank you, datadame! The "jello" one absolutely made not only my day, but my year! I'm cross-stitching this for my programmer bro-in-law.... TOOOOOO funny!
My father always uses this one. It doesn't matter how many times I hear it, I always laugh.
This person was last in line for god's brain giveaway
A favorite in my shop:
"He's the guy always looking for the aluminum magnet"
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