And we can’t forget the classic…Dad, I’m thirsty. Hi, thirsty, I’m Friday, come over Saturday and we’ll have a Sunday. 🙂
I love each and every Dad joke out there, but only because my Dad has said them all and more. Share your Dad Jokes…let’s start a support group.
Watch the parody here. Great job kids!!
Happy Bloggin’ Ya’ll!!
I miss you guys! Let me know what’s happening in your world…I’ve been busy, but have thought about all my blogger friends often. Here’s an absolutely hilarious video to add humor to your day, hope it works 🙂
(Trust me, watch the whole thing.)
All credit is to EpicYolo and the Bad Lip Reading company…Happy Bloggin’ Ya’ll!
Ok, so normally I am the first to defend the victims of stereotypical comments concerning those of us who live in the Southern States…but these people take “redneck” to a whole new level. And I actually mean that in a good way. I had heard of the show “Duck Dynasty” and veered away from it thinking it was the same old same old…southern people being portrayed as less intelligent, less wealthy, and filthier than our neighbors to the north, and Lord knows we don’t need anymore of that….but wow, this show has changed my way of thinking.
The family involved in Duck Dynasty may be hairier (their motto seems to be the longer the beard, the manlier the man), and definitely a tad bit crazier than most, but they are also intelligent, witty, and downright funny! The Uncle steals the show for me, but they’re all in their own right, very entertaining.
From what I’ve heard and read on the always correct internet is that the Dad invented a duck call that hunters use when…well, hunting duck! He started his business back in 1972 (excellent year if I do say so myself) and made these duck calls, by hand, carved from wood, for years. Mom and Dad were raising 4 sons when the oldest went to a Louisiana college, where he was the quarterback if the story is correct, and obtained his business degree. Between Dad and business savvy oldest son, they built the empire now known as Duck Command. This is said to be worth millions and millions of dollars, but the family along with a few hired hands, now make the duck calls in a warehouse near the family. Yes, they’re all still made by hand.
The funniest parts are when the group head out for an adventure or field trip and stir up some redneck fun. The most entertaining “Uncle Si” can be seen in the middle of all ordeals and will relate any situation to his days in Vietnam. And the best shows have explosions, redneck water parks, and visiting alligators…all this while one of the sons keeps violating his homeowner’s agreement with burning leaves, chasing chickens, and gutting deer. Ewww.
Here is a description of the show from IMBD:
Series introduces the Robertsons, a Louisiana bayou family living the American dream as they operate a thriving business while staying true to their family values and lifestyle. Ask anyone in Louisiana and they’ll tell you that the bayou state’s favorite first family doesn’t live in the governor’s mansion but in the backwoods, where the Robertsons’ rags-to-riches story is still unfolding. A homegrown mom-and-pop operation, Duck Commander has become a sporting empire by fabricating top-of-the-line duck calls and decoys out of salvaged swamp wood. This newly minted multimillionaire family is kept in line by business-savvy Willie, who runs Duck Commander with the help of his brother Jase, their respective wives Korie and Missy, patriarch and founder of the company, Phil, and uncle Si. Together they run a booming business that employs half their neighborhood, but at the end of the day, you can find the whole family around matriarch Miss Kay’s dinner table.
If you haven’t seen this show (or do not get it in your part of the world) you can watch the episodes through YouTube. If you have seen it, let me know what you think!
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Yes, when a holiday falls on a Monday, you then experience ‘Monday on a Tuesday’ at work. Or double Monday…maybe we should call it Tuemon, sorta sounds like two mondays anyway. 🙂
My Dad, and you all know I love him so very dearly, sometimes sends me suggestions for blog topics. Because I share in his sense of humor, I have to admit he’s usually right on target. In fact, yeah, I’ll put it in writing. My Dad is always right when it comes to funny stuff. My Mom? Well, let’s just say she’s always right about everything else so I’m truly covered! Lucky me! 🙂
Well Dad’s been texting me about some youtube video he wanted me to watch….NOW….didja watch it? Didja watch it yet? Huh? When? Text me when you watch it! (It goes to the beat of a four year old in the “why” phase). He gets like that sometimes, but also like a four year old cookies do the trick!
HAHAHA! He’s so much fun. So anyway, I came
racing straight home today from work, ran walked to my computer, and eagerly calmly googled the video.
Can the man ever be wrong about anything?? NO! It is the absolute best, most entertaining, and well-planned proposal I have ever seen!! Congrats to Isaac and Amy…and thanks Isaac for sharing in your moment.
So, my wonderful fellow bloggers, readers, followers, friends…here’s your surprise for making it through Tuemon. Congrats and enjoy!! (and thanks Dad!)
My boy came home from college today for the summer. Yay me! It’s so great to see him and he knows I missed him very much…so what do we do on our first afternoon of bonding? We get on youtube and watch all the bloopers and scares. We were so sympathetic to the victims of the scare tactics that we quickly turned those off.
And then we found …
Listen…if this doesn’t make you laugh out loud, inform your relatives that you really do not have a heart after all!
Happy Bloggin’ Ya’ll!!!