Friday, May 27, 2011

Things that Made Me Laugh

I like laughing. Like, a lot. It's my favorite past-time. Here are some things that make me laugh recently:

My co-worker transferred a call to me and said that one of my new female clients was on the phone. She was laughing. I asked her why. She said that she had the following conversation with my client:

      Client: "Hi, I'm calling Megan back for a date."
      Co-worker: "Ummm..."         **Awkward silence**
      Client: "Oh my gosh! No! I don't mean that kind of date! Ahhhh! I'm so sorry! I mean I
                  need to get her a date. Uhh, I'm not making this better."
      Co-worker: "Uh, I'll transfer you, just a moment please."

It was cute because she was still laughing at herself when I picked up the phone. I think I'm going to like this new client.

And that, my friends, is a true story.

A laughy taffy joke (or two):

      What kind of shorts do clouds wear?     

      What did the book say to the page?
      "Don't turn away from me."

Here is a joke I recently read in this amazing book. It made me actually laugh out loud. Probably because I wasn't expecting it in such an emotional book. (By the way, I definitely recommend it. Its the second in a series. I loved them both, especially the first one. And there are more jokes in the book, but this is the only one I can remember at the moment.)

"Two muffins are sitting in an oven and the first says, "Man, it's getting hot in here!" The second says, "Holy cow!! A talking muffin!!"

You can't tell me that you didn't laugh at that. Moving on...

Another true story:

When my mom was in town, we were all hanging out at my sister's house and my brother asked my mom what medicine he should take for his headache. Here is how the conversation went down:

Steven: "My head hurts. What should I take?"
Mom: "I'm not a nurse or doctor, I cannot give you medical advice." (she just finished her Certified Nursing Assistant program.)
Steven rolls his eyes: "Fine, Cait, what should I take?"
Cait (a pharmacy tech) was too happy to say: "I'm not a pharmacist. I can't give advise about medication."
Steven turns to me and starts to open his mouth, and I cut him off saying, "I'm not a lawyer, I can't give legal advice."
So Steven turns to Nick, and Nick says, "Motrin."
Steven in an iritated voice: "Finally! Thank you!"

We had a good laugh about that. And it's kinda pathetic that technically it was all true.

So I hope that you had a good laugh reading this ridiculously awesome post.

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