#ThorsDaySmile – #AtTheMovies – #Humor #AmLaughing

Decided to forego dogs and cats and general humor for a trip to the movies. Hope some of these tickle your funny bone and produce a laugh or two!
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(You knew I had to get Thor in there somewhere, didn’t you?)


And there you go,  my friends!

36 thoughts on “#ThorsDaySmile – #AtTheMovies – #Humor #AmLaughing

    • I haven’t watch movies in such a long time, I hadn’t noticed some of these, either, though messing around with Ralph Fiennes was hard to bear. (He was a favorite of mine from way back to The English Patient, and I did see him as Voldemort, of course.) Glad your day got a little boost, courtesy of Hollywood, and thanks for stopping by. 😀 ❤

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    • Hard to go wrong with Indiana and Han, Yvette. 😁 And the noses one is a favorite of mine, too. Glad you enjoyed these and got a laugh or two from them. Thanks so much for stopping by to let me know. 😀 ❤

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    • I was waiting to see if you’d mention that! Hehehe. (Of course, you surely noticed that THOR was in there TWICE! Hahahaha.) Really glad you enjoyed them, my Penderpal. (There’s a character we can whole-heartedly agree on. 😀 ) Thanks so much for stopping by to let me know, and keep smiling! It’s good for what ails ye, as my grandmother used to say. 😀 ❤

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    • Really glad you enjoyed them, Jeanne. I had fun tracking these down, and saved quite a few to use at a later date. And I loved the Marvel one, too. Thanks so much for stopping by and taking a moment to let me know you got a laugh or two. 😀 ❤

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    • You’re welcome, Gwen. I’m really glad these gave you a few laughs. I had a great time sorting through them to find a good mix. Thanks so much for stopping by this morning, and I hope the smiles last all day! 😀 ❤

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  1. I laughed at these yesterday, which led me to an older Thor’s Day Smile posts, and then another, and then another. By the time I was done my lunch break was over. Just realized I never commented on this post. Sorry, Marcia! Thanks for all the giggles. It was a fun lunch. 😀

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    • I’m so glad you enjoyed these, Sue, and especially glad that you took a stroll back through earlier posts. It’s great to know you were entertained through your lunch break! #MondayMeme and #ThorsdaySmile are always fun to put together. Next week, it’s Monday’s turn, and I think I managed to find some good chuckles on writing-related stuff. Hope you’ll check it out, if you can.

      And finally, thanks for stopping by this morning to let me know about your fun lunch break! Have a great Freya’s Day! 😀 ❤

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    • I’m so glad, Diana … and don’t call me SHIRLEY! 😂😂😂

      I confess, I had a lot of fun trying to pick and choose which ones to share, and look forward to doing another batch of movie themed memes again before too long. Thanks so much for stopping by and taking a moment to let me know you got a few chuckles! 😀 ❤

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        • I don’t watch movies these days, myself, preferring to read in my precious spare time. (I’ve heard it’s one of the best things you can do to stave off mental decline, and I enjoy it more, anyway). But I was a movie fan for many years, and love references to some of the oldies but goodies. These ALL made me smile, and I’m glad you enjoyed them. 😀 ❤

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            • The Alzheimer’s Association says reading and working puzzles (especially word puzzles, like crosswords–I’m a fanatic about those–and Jumbles, etc) are the best things you can do to prevent early onset Alzheimer’s or at least stave it off for a long time. It’s an active (versus passive) use of the mind. That makes sense to me, because reading forces your mind and imagination to do the work, where with watching movies & tv you just sit back and soak up what’s happening. That sounds a lot more passive to me.

              I’m guessing writing engages our mind processes even more than reading, since we have to both plot out our story AND read what we’ve written as we go, using our imagination to envision it all happening in front of us.

              This isn’t to say folks can’t still enjoy watching movies, but at my age, I only have so much spare time and I prefer to make it do double duty, simultaneously keeping my brain active while entertaining me. Win/win.
              😊

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