Friday Fives

1. What’s the funniest name you’ve heard someone call an object when they couldn’t remember its actual name?
I had an Army Sargent who coined the term “Thing-a-ma-shit” I truly like that word.

2. What is the funniest movie you have ever watched?
I remember as a child laughing with tears rolling down my face at “Snowball Express” The first time I watched “The Tin Man” it was hilarious.
But funniest movie for me all time? “A Night At The Opera” by the Marx Brothers.

3. What is the funniest lie to tell kids?
The tooth fairy is a hilarious and gruesome concept.

4. What is the best/funniest recurring joke in a TV series?
Favorite: Troy and Abed in the Morning from the closing credits on “Community. ” Runner up: Murphy Brown’s house that was never finished being painted – and her revolving cast of receptionists usually played by someone famous in a cameo.

5. What’s your funniest “I’ve made a huge mistake” moment while cooking?
The now famous in the Nall family – 7 heads of garlic Texas chili. That winter in Gunnison, I was never visited by vampires.

One Reply to “Friday Fives”

  1. 1) We are rewatching the Harry Potter movies, so I like “Nargles” from the ever so lovely Luna Lovegood (still not sure what that refers to.)

    2) I suppose it’s time to confess that if I need to giggle, laugh or even guffaw throughout an entire movie, it would be the Jackass movies. I am, clearly, a 12-year old boy who enjoys (and has done) many stupid things that seemed like good ideas at the time. Like riding big wheels down the steep winding roads up at Red Rock park.

    3) Apple seed in your stomach = apple tree growing.

    4) The Simpsons show starts are a wonderful and inventive running joke that changes consistently.

    5) Forgetting the stupid stuff that makes baked goods actually bake and rise. I have thrown out many good recipes due to them just being the thick dense, slushy cooked mess, instead of fluffy.

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