#ThorsDaySmile #AmLaughing #Humor

You gotta love Thor’s Day, right?
No, seriously. You gotta!
(I get testy, otherwise.)
With that in mind, here’s a mixed bag of some
I hope will make you smile!

And there ya go! An assortment that ought
to have something for everyone!

40 thoughts on “#ThorsDaySmile #AmLaughing #Humor

    • The first time I saw that last one sure made me spray Earl Grey all over my keyboard! (And honestly, I’ve seen sights at the beach just as horrible many, many times! Urk!!) Glad these made you laugh, Gwen, and thanks for letting me know! 😀 ❤

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    • Glad you liked them, Jeanne. Of course, I’ve never been a coffee drinker and gave up wine several years ago, so I’m stuck with Earl Grey either way, I guess. 😀 Thanks for stopping by today and taking a moment to let me know you enjoyed these. 😀 ❤

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        • While I have an entire counter full of Adagio teas in many, many flavors, I nearly always start my day with Earl Grey. Or sometimes Scottish Breakfast Tea, which is pretty hearty. Still, I enjoy picking and choosing what the second cup of the morning will be. (Can’t drink it after midday, unless I want to be up all night.) Tea is SO good for you, too. I do believe the reason I didn’t fracture my skull when I fell last year is because I’ve been a tea drinker for nearly 70 years, and black tea is known to increase bone density by 30% to 35%. (I always knew I had a hard head, and now I have medical evidence to prove it!) 😀 😀 😀

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          • I hadn’t heard that about black tea. That’s interesting. I usually like to have a cup of green tea in the morning, followed by a cup of black tea, usually either Earl grey, English breakfast or Irish breakfast, if I have them. If not, then another type of black tea or an herbal tea.

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            • I’m not fond of herbal tea, or green, I’m afraid. I like black tea, the heartier, the better. But whatever tea you drink, if you haven’t checked out Adagio Teas (adagio.com), you really should. The best Earl Grey I’ve ever tasted (Earl Grey Bravo) and several interesting variations. Earl Grey Moonlight is my second favorite. I don’t dilute my tea with cream, but Moonlight has a hint of sweet cream flavor added, and it’s lovely. I have found their teas (and they have every kind imaginable, to include greens, rooibos, herbals, etc) to be the best I’ve ever enjoyed. From one tea drinker to another, take a look when you have a chance. 😀 ❤

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    • Oh, it’s a real photo, all right. And believe me, I’ve seen just as bad many times over the years, and now and then, one or two that are even worse. (Don’t try to picture that. It will hurt your brain!) 😀 Glad you enjoyed the post, and I hope you also enjoy checking out Adagio teas. You know, I just may do a post on tea one day, just for fun. Thanks for stopping by today! 😀 ❤

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    • The thong is the stuff of nightmares, isn’t it? Quick, grab the eye bleach!! 😀 And I love the pinion, too. Very, very clever! 😀 Thanks for stopping by, Debby, and letting me know you got some giggles! 😀 ❤

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  1. Not a dud among them, Marcia! Thanks for giving me the giggles. I’ll also check out Adagio teas again as I think they made those Riverbend blends that I loved so much 😀 ❤

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    • Yes, you can get my custom flavors there to this day. 😀 I’m glad you enjoyed them. I’m very fond of Gunnar’s Assam Blend, myself. 😀

      Glad you found some good giggles in this group, too. Thanks for letting me know! 😀 ❤

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