It’s been awhile since I shared one of my favourite comics from Webdonuts creator Mike Gruhn, but he had me laughing out loud with this one so I just had to post it!
As a grammar nerd, this comic from Webdonuts creator Mike Gruhn makes me giggle every time I see it!
A few weeks ago I discovered WebDonuts, an online single-pane cartoon created by Mike Gruhn. He very generously gave me permission to share his cartoons with all of you. I think they’re absolutely hilarious; hope you like them too!
I’ll be sharing one of my favourite WebDonuts cartoons each week, but make sure you check out Mike’s site for yourself too; it’s a riot!
Living in a town of 1,800 people in the middle of the Saskatchewan prairies doesn’t necessarily make for the most exciting social scene. So what do folks in Lumsden do for fun? They go to the bar and create a Harlem Shake meme, of course!
I hear a lot of jokes about living in a small town in an overlooked province, but it’s things like this that make me proud to be Lumsden born and bred. Seriously, who does things like this?
Individually, my boys are really good on car rides, but together…well, let’s just say there’s a reason their booster seats are as far away from one another as possible. Today we had errands to run in Regina and as we sat in the car at our first stop, they started.
Zackary mentioned something he saw outside. Benjamin yelled, “No!” at him; his current reaction when somebody is talking and he decides he wants to say something instead. I told Benjamin that if he wanted to speak, he had to wait until others were done speaking first.
That’s when it all went wrong. Zackary finished his comment about the crane across the street. He said something pleasant to his brother. And Benjamin sulkily replied with his toddler lisp, “Whatevah.” [Read more…]
My son has been obsessed with Hot Wheels cars since Santa left one in his stocking when he was 18 months old. His collection has been growing ever since and now that he’s five, we have literally hundreds of cars and other merchandise. As a result, I’ve become pretty familiar with the names of Hot Wheels cars. Some are accurate, others are descriptive, many are hilarious, but some are…well…just downright dirty! Without further ado, here are my top five picks for naughtiest Hot Wheels names of all time!
5. Nightstreaker – Slightly open to interpretation, I know, but I can’t help but think about streaking when I hear it!
4. Twang Thang – Okay, so it gets its name from its guitar theme. Yet it sounds dirty, doesn’t it?
3. Sugar Caddy – Such a clever play on words, but SO not a good concept for kids!
2. Whip Creamer – Okay, this could be completely innocent. But it just strikes me as incredibly naughty. Or do I just have a dirty mind?
1. The grand prize winner…doot, doot de doo….Strip Teaser!! – I don’t know who named this car, but clearly its target market was NOT five-year-old children!
Now I should point out that these cars are mostly vintage Hot Wheels from a slightly less politically correct day. And personally, I don’t mind these names in the slightest because they all go right over my son’s head. But one day when he hits his teens, he’s going to catch on to some of the innuendos. And that day is going to be hilarious!