I Have a Quirky Sense of Humor

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    Last week I wore high heeled sandals to work

    and as I was talking to one of my colleagues another came and stared intently at my pink painted toes. 'What are you doing?' I asked. 'I'm counting your toes, it's a thing I do.' 'Why would you count people's toes?' I asked. ' I don't know,vi just do' he replied. 'I...
    Lee124 Lee124
    41-45, F
    3 Responses Mar 14

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    Mediator Mediator
    51-55, M
    1 Response Sep 21, 2009

    Is Hell Exothermic Or Endothermic?

    I don't take any credit for authorship of this little tidbit...but thought it was cute:  Question: Is Hell exothermic (gives off heat) or endothermic (absorbs heat)?    First, we need to know how the mass of Hell is changing in time. So we need to know the...
    Mediator Mediator
    51-55, M
    1 Response Aug 27, 2009

    To those who have my email address I promise I

    will get back to you. My inbox is just a bit on the full side but I am in the process of clearing it out. If I take a bit longer than expected to respond, know that I am busy, but I will get back to you, I promise. lol
    Lee124 Lee124
    41-45, F
    2 Responses Apr 19

    Comedious Commentarious : The Difference Between Cougars And Monsters

     I was inspired to write this short humorous  story, by how discussed I am with the epidemic of relative morality that is spreading like wild in our pop culture.   Two retired perverts are sitting on the porch at a retirement center.  They are discussing how things have...
    transparentman transparentman
    41-45
    Jan 17, 2011

    I Hate Buying Blue Jeans

    One of the great differences between man and woman can be measured by the delight or disgust each feels in shopping for clothes. A woman will wistfully pass an eternity amidst the merchants of silk, the vendors of cotton and the perpetrators of new designs. For them a world...
    Mediator Mediator
    51-55, M
    1 Response Aug 26, 2009

    The 60th Quality To Make A Woman Happy

    OK, let's have some fun. My friends know that I've been both divorced and widowed. They also just love to reminisce about the many roadbumps, potholes, expressways, detours, dead ends, highways, junctions, Stop signs, parallel parks and crossroads of ...
    Mediator Mediator
    51-55, M
    3 Responses Nov 10, 2009

    Random Thoughts ( Sort Of )

    Random Thoughts   I can't take credit for these, as people send me things from time to time and I like to collect the best. But they are good:   1. The first testicular guard (cup) was used in baseball in 1874 and the first helmet was used in 1934. It took 6...
    Mediator Mediator
    51-55, M
    3 Responses Nov 30, 2009

    Heaven-sent Opportunity

    I'm a firm believer in the old "everything comes to those who wait" adage. The trick is simply to have the patience and a the sense of humor to last long enough. For example, is there a soul so dead that he or she hasn't fought the desperate desire to throw something at...
    Mediator Mediator
    51-55, M
    3 Responses Nov 16, 2009

    Humor for the Do-it-Yourself-Impaired Woman

    I am a woman who feels small and unempowered when she sees female-oriented, home improvement DIY sites like bejane.com. In other words, I am the original anti-Jane. All of my funny stories are available at theantijane.com. Sign up to follow!
    theantijane theantijane
    46-50, F
    Feb 29, 2012

    Quirky Humor

    Quirky humor,I've got it,Always quirking,Fooling around,It's the only way,One's gotta laugh.
    lazycrazybasket lazycrazybasket
    46-50, M
    Dec 4, 2011

    I'm a Mechanical Misfit

      The age of mechanization never fitted me comfortably. My handyman abilities beyond plugging something in and pushing a button are non-existent. Anything that has a piston, voltage or an engine terrifies me, including standard fuse boxes, light switches and lawn mowers...
    Mediator Mediator
    51-55, M
    1 Response Aug 25, 2009

    Stereotype - "Who, Me??!"

      "Is it true that police officers in Canada wear big round hats, bright red coats and 'always get their man'?" "Do you really wear tennis rackets in the winter to stay atop all that snow?" These are just a few of the strange questions I have...
    Mediator Mediator
    51-55, M
    1 Response Aug 25, 2009

    How We Abuse Our Language

    People sure know how to abuse the English language. However I have had a lot of fun saving literary miscues, typos, speeches and general clap-trap over the years from newspapers, letters, my kids' school projects, magazines and so on. It was hilarious wading...
    Mediator Mediator
    51-55, M
    2 Responses Sep 9, 2009

    Re-Vamped Songs

    I know we are supposed to grow old with dignity, as the Bible talks about “gracefully surrendering the things of youth”… or was that Desiderata? Anyway, I’m off to a bad start, finding myself speaking a different language from that of my children. Even...
    Mediator Mediator
    51-55, M
    2 Responses Aug 25, 2009

    Comedious Commentarious :milk, The Gift That Keeps On Giving

    I wrote this short humorous story, out of my concern of all the hormone, ,steroids that are used in raising  animals to become food for human consumption.  I believe the steroids and hormone are passes on to human through the consumption of the meat .      I believe these...
    transparentman transparentman
    41-45
    Jan 17, 2011

    Thank You For Flying Comedy Airways

      On a flight from Los Angeles to Edmonton aboard Alaska Airways, we had a senior flight attendant who was soon to retire. This fellow was so funny, he had the passengers in stitches almost the entire trip. Undoubtedly his next career will be as a comedian.   We...
    Mediator Mediator
    51-55, M
    7 Responses Aug 25, 2009

    Pins and Needles ( Limpness of the Lumbus )

      Pins and Needles ( Limpness of the Lumbus ) I just had my first acupuncture appointment and was willing to try anything, as normal medicine, physiotherapy sessions and a hoard of doctors’ appointments were doing nothing to relieve aches and pains in my knee...
    Mediator Mediator
    51-55, M
    3 Responses Jul 10, 2009

    Disorganized? Me??

    In my own little way, I am organized, uncomplicated, calm and efficient. OK, umcomplicated may be stretching it, but I am calm and orgainzed...sort of. Anyway, that's what I tried to portray to a particular judge who oversees court ordered mediations. I spent weeks trying...
    Mediator Mediator
    51-55, M
    1 Response Sep 9, 2009

    Political Weather Machine

      Mr. Amabo sat dejectedly in his Oval Office in the White House. On his desk was a mound of letters – tirades blaming him for the weather.   Only a few short months ago, he had enjoyed the adulation of the country. He swept his party into power with Americans...
    Mediator Mediator
    51-55, M
    1 Response Sep 9, 2009

    My Fordmobile...mathilda

    Do you remember when I lamented to some of you about my old Fordmobile? Well, belive it or not, it's six months later and I'm still driving her. It isn't that I'm simple-minded ( as many have occasionally suggested ), or that I get any particular pleasure of seeing my...
    Mediator Mediator
    51-55, M
    1 Response Nov 14, 2009

    http://youtu.be/u1qN6gLbUMw This morning my

    daughter decided to watch Glee in my room while I was getting done for work.. Saturday night fever... Who can resist dancing, I clearly can't. Me dancing and swaying my hips like crazy in my underwear only after seeing my daughter has her phone in hand facing my way.. Me: I...
    Lee124 Lee124
    41-45, F
    4 Responses Mar 24

    Pins and Needles ( Limpness of the Lumbus )

      Pins and Needles ( Limpness of the Lumbus ) I just had my first acupuncture appointment and was willing to try anything, as normal medicine, physiotherapy sessions and a hoard of doctors’ appointments were doing nothing to relieve aches and pains in my knee...
    Mediator Mediator
    51-55, M
    2 Responses Jul 10, 2009

    Gerogina and Guinevere

    I am convinced that Georgina is really a George in drag; and Guinevere, who does not read the advice columns in the newspapers, is not too sure how to handle the situation. This tragic tale began last year, at about this time, when I bought Guinevere - a lively young sprout...
    Mediator Mediator
    51-55, M
    2 Responses Aug 25, 2009

    Is This My Male Mid-life Crisis??

    I've always conisdered myself a well-adjusted, middle-aged  family man, hitherto content to look forward to the "golden years" of my life secure in the knowledge that I would be attended to in my dotage by a loving wife and two dutiful children...who in turn ask...
    Mediator Mediator
    51-55, M
    1 Response Sep 19, 2009

    Package Inspector

    Two friends take their families on a joint camping trip.   Their wives and children have turn in for the night.    The  two friends are sitting around a camp fire, drink a few beers and polishing off the rest of a bag of marshmallows.   The two men are sharing their...
    transparentman transparentman
    41-45
    1 Response Oct 22, 2011

    I Had A Headache For 9 Yrs And Then I Got A

    I FELL AT WORK IN 1995, A JOB THAT WAS SO GREAT, I FELT I'D BE THERE FOREVER. INSTEAD, AS IT TURNS OUT, I HAVE MARBLES IN MY BRAIN. REALLY. THAT'S WHAT THEY LOOK LIKE ON THE MRI'S. ANYWAYS, I HAVE NEUROSARCOIDOSIS, BIG WORD FOR WHAT THOSE GLOWING MARBLES ACTUALLY ARE. THE FALL...
    chipperchick chipperchick
    56-60, F
    15 Responses Nov 12, 2009
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