Thursday, May 31, 2012

Perched On The Dunny Pondering.

Every now and then in our life we've all been Perched On The Dunny Pondering. For that reason here are a handfull of odds and ends to ponder over.

If all the world is one big stage, where are the people sitting?.

Shin - A gadget for finding furniture and anything else in the dark!.

Is beauty in the eye of the beer holder?.

For Sale: Parachute, one owner, only used once, never opened, small stain!.

Do ya reckon its true that cannibals won't eat clowns because they taste funny?.

What did God do when he rested on the seventh day?.

When you decamp from the Dunny with your replies please don't forget to flush and wash your hands :-).

Until next time jolly pondering.
(c) 2012 Windsmoke.


Joanne said...

There, you did it to me again. I had to look up the Australian slang for terlit.

Beach Bum said...

Shin - A gadget for finding furniture and anything else in the dark!.

Along those same lines out in the desert of the American west we have what is called a Jesus Christ plant.

Its a small plant about the same height of the average person's shin and its leaves are very straight and pointy. For those of us in the army moving about in the middle of the night without using a flashlight its easy to run into with nearly everyone screaming "Jesus Christ" when shins make contact with the plant.

jane.healy said...

Loved the definition of shin.

Certainly in my experience beer goggles are guilty of all sorts of indiscretions.

The others I'll contemplate later ...

River said...

Said one cannibal to the other, "does this clown meat taste funny to you?"
They don't eat missionaries because they're too dry...
Thanks for the giggles.

Dave King said...

Is beauty in the eye of the beer holder?

The metaphysical questions are always the toughest!

Windsmoke. said...

G' Day JOANNE: I'm full of surprises :-).

G' Day BEACH: Sneaky blighters those Jesus Christ plants, just as sneaky as the enemy your looking for :-).

G' Day JANE: I'm glad you liked those two :-).

G' Day RIVER: Missionaries are tough as old boot leather to :-).

G' Day DAVE: Absolutely :-).

Stewart M said...

These are shocking!

Keep it up!

Stewart M.

FruitCake said...

On the seventh day he rested. He rubbed the sore spot on his shin and wondered why he hadn't made the sun and moon sooner.

Nonethless, he looked around at what he had made and thought "Cripes, this is good." Obviously, he had been drinking.

After his third tinny he decided that when he went back to work on Monday he must add one final touch: He had not yet thought to add a laugh to our lives. He had another tinny and thought some more. He noticed he was filling up with fluid.

"I know!" he had a flash of inspiration. "What if I make it so's food and drink go in one end and then... and then they have to come out the other?"

It backfired - no pun intended. People started thinking. Someone finally invented computers, and Windsmoke started blogging.

We read his blog and think to ourselves, "Cripes, this is good!"

Windsmoke. said...

G' Day STEWART: I certainly will keep 'em coming :-).

G' Day FRUIT CAKE: Thanks for the vote of confidence you are to kind :-).

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Fruitcake's comment is awesome and spot on Windsmoke, I like them all but chuckled over the parachute 'incident' in the safe knowledge that this will NEVER happen to moi haha!

Windsmoke. said...

G' Day GRACE: There's no way i'd be jumping out of a plane either :-)

magsx2 said...

Hi Windsmoke,
I enjoyed all of those, well done. :)

Windsmoke. said...

G' Day MAGS: Thank you its much appreciated :-).

Red Nomad OZ said...

Hahaha! Chuckling over the cannibal one ... and I speak from bitter experience that the shin definition is all too true!

Windsmoke. said...

G' Day RED: It wasn't furniture that i ran into in the dark it was mostly those pesky towbars :-).