crisis, catastrophe, and rhubarb pie

ok seriously now, it's beginning to feel like all i'm hearing about is doomsday. if it's not the slumping (no ... disgustingly hung over and deadbeat) economy, it's global warming. if not that, it's a looming water crisis. if not that, then
mike's busy filling my paranoid head with stories about the latest zombie flicks and end-of-the-world stories.

trust me, you don't want to get me started on zombies. ugh.

either way, i came across an incredibly refreshing blog called sad guys on trading floors via the ever-resourceful jennifer jeffrey, and couldn't resist sharing it with you.

now - i'm not the kind of girl who laughs out loud. don't get me wrong; i love to laugh. i just am the kind of super-quiet-stealth-mode laugher. i'll laugh out loud when something catches me off guard or when it's just too funny to keep it all in. either way, this is out of character for me.

but these pics are just too funny. once i start laughing out loud, i can't stop. the fact that i was wiping tears from my eyes with no one around to laugh with me just made it all the more funny. think like fail blog and then multiply it by ten.


enjoy your tuesday!

(for the record, mike doesn't think it's that funny. he just doesn't get it my ridiculous sense of humour.)


Savvy Mode SG said...

laughter is great.... adds years of happiness....

Anonymous said...

Thanks!! I'll check it out!

Hope you're having a lovely wednesday!

Julia said...

You are a hoot! Thank you for the laughs this afternoon, believe me, they were GREATLY needed!

Massacremike said...
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Massacremike said...

Sad guys on trading floors really isn't all that funny. However, zombie flicks are soooo much fun!

How can we disagree on these two, most vital points of happy and healthy co-existence?


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