It’s long past time for another issue of viewer mail. As usual, I take some of the actual search terms that led people to this blog, and I provide the information they were looking for. Well, there’s no guarantee it’s the actual info they wanted, but hopefully it’ll be funny. 🙂 I may not know everything (just 98%, give or take 3%), but I know humor. But enough about my extensive reserves of knowledge! Let’s get to the search terms.
* “laughing is important” — I completely agree! And science agrees also. Some studies suggest that laughing heartily every day can add 7 years to your life. So obviously laughing is important! That’s why I write on this blog — to help people laugh, which promotes good physical and mental health. So subscribe to the blog, for your health’s sake! 🙂 And tell your friends about it!
* will people realize obama is a joke — I’ve wondered this myself, thinking perhaps all of President Barack Obama’s strange doings were part of some huge April Fools joke. But that day has come and gone, and there was no announcement. I’m afraid this is reality, that Obama will be the U.S. President through 2012. He’s who the people wanted. (I won’t say he won fair and square, because of ACORN type groups, but McCain sure helped him out with a poorly planned campaign.) Let’s just hope Obama doesn’t make too many changes to America. People want some change, such as removing corruption and increasing transparency and fixing the economy, and so far Obama has not given us that type of change (despite his campaign promises).
* arguing teddy bears — Normally teddy bears are passive, peaceful creatures, choosing to bring comfort to little children everywhere, so if yours are arguing, then there’s some problems. Usually all you have to do to keep them happy is hug them. If all else fails, you could let them fight it out. I realize that sounds violent, but teddy bears don’t have claws, and they are plushy, so no harm will come to them. Perhaps letting them release their aggression is the solution you are looking for. Then again, arguing and fighting is no in their nature, so perhaps you are exposing them to too much of that stuff… maybe you should look in the mirror for your solution… 😮
* all you can eat belly — Well, if it isn’t obvious, here’s a picture. But know that this is only after repeated use. Enjoying all-you-can-eat buffets no more than once per week should be okay, but going there every day or two will lead to being fat. There’s been a lot of research on this, which should be obvious.
* ice cream nachos — One might assume that combining two of mankind’s greatest food inventions would be a sure thing, but in this case it might not be. I haven’t tried it, nor do I plan to. Here’s what I recommend: eat your nachos, drink lots of sweet tea, and THEN eat your ice cream (topped with Oreos and/or Hershey’s Syrup). Stay with that plan, and you can’t hardly go wrong. (Well, don’t do this every day, for reasons illustrated by the previous topic.)
* build your own particle accelerator — This would be interesting, if you had the tools to conduct the research these are typically used for. Hopefully you are searching for educational purposes only — this should not be used as a weapon. Some scientists are concerned that high-powered particle accelerators could theoretically create black holes, which could obviously be dangerous, since they are the deadliest force in the universe. Which, of course, means they are not a toy.
* can a man wear black bel and brown shoes — What kind of question is that? Of course, a man can wear a black belt with brown shoes. Men aren’t required to follow fashion trends nor to follow those imaginary rules concerning what matches and what doesn’t. Besides, black matches everything. 🙂 Women pay more mind to these rules, and from what I’ve heard, they tend to judge each other very critically over those non-written fashion rules. But with men it’s a different story. In most cases, a guy’s friends won’t even notice what he’s wearing. Besides, men need to reassert themselves and wear what they like and what is comfortable.
That’s all, folks! Stay tuned for the next exciting episode, same blog time, same blog channel.
3 thoughts on “viewer mail, issue #16”
From random observations over the years, it seems that while woman may go to great lengths to follow those unwritten fashion rules for themselves, they don’t care if men do — that is, while they’re dating. A fully fixed-up girl seems to not mind going out with a guy who wears non-matching clothes and whose hair is full of glue and is sticking out all over the place.
But a woman’s mindset is liable to change when she gets married. Then all that matters, and the guy should match and fix his hair and change. Never mind that she fell in love with him while he looked how he wanted to…
I saw an article yesterday that alluded to the fact that women only dress up for each other. think about it! Like the man is actually going to notice if a womans shoes match their purse or other accessories. So clearly they must be doing it for each other. And if that’s they case, why can’t we guys be left alone to dress how we want?
Let me enjoy the earth no less Because the all-enacting Might That fashioned forth its loveliness Had other aims than my delight.