Lost and Found

March 26, 2007

If someone finds my sense of humor, could you please return it at your earliest convenience? I am lonesome without it. 😦




  1. I borrowed it. I’ll bring it back, but I should probably get it drycleaned first.

  2. Diesel ~ THANK GOD! I was beginning to get really worried. One of the things about getting older and forgetful is that I tend to misplace things with alarming regularity. (Like my keys, for instance. They’ve been gone for at least six months. I have literally NO idea where they are — I’ve just been using the spare.) Thanks for getting that back to me when you can. You actually inspired this post since I can’t come up with one damn funny thing to say about your uproariously funny caption. Boo hoo.

  3. Maybe we could have some sort of time-share arrangement.

  4. You can have a copy of my sense of humor for the low, low price of $15.

  5. Time-share works for me. I’ll just have to figure out what to do on my off weeks. Me lacking a sense of humor is not a pretty thing. Maybe I can purchase Snay’s for that low, low price and kill two birds with one stone. Or is that two stones with one bird? Ah, hell. But thanks, Snay, for the kind offer. I need it!

  6. 🙂 Hope you’re feeling back to your old self soon

  7. Lonie, Thank you! Seems like I’m in a yin period to make up for all the yanging I’ve been doing lately. Hope all is well with you!!

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