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Takes one to know one...

Takes one to know one.

My poor husband!  He knows if its a Tuesday when a new book from one of my favorite authors is out, to plan on entertaining himself for the evening!

Of course I love you more than my book. And we'll discuss it more after I finish this chapter. Well come to think of it, I'm not sure I do love you more than my book.

Just relax and accept the crazy. oh my poor husband. he has to accept the crazy all the time.

Stop acting that way

Funny Thinking of You Ecard: Last I checked you had a penis.So quit acting like a little bitch.

I was just thinking about this scene at the end of my work day today! ha ha, I love it! "Hurry up and drive away, before one of these nerds asks me another question!"

Funny pictures about Leaving work for the weekend. Oh, and cool pics about Leaving work for the weekend. Also, Leaving work for the weekend.

Why in the hell isn't there an Oxford comma in there?! (@Lexi Stepps )

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I don't judge people based on race, creed, colour or gender. I judge people based on spelling, grammer, punctuation and sentence structure. SO TRUE.

Thanks for the info. Don't know what I did before Facebook!

I also hate it when people's statuses are complaining about how many people have "It's snowing!" in their statuses. We all think it's annoying, Captain Obvious.

The so-called geniuses who invented Everyday Mathematics must be pot-heads! Their wack-a-doodle math makes me and my child cry.

Everyday Mathematics Made My Kid Cry

The so-called geniuses who invented Everyday Mathematics must be pot-heads! Their wack-a-doodle math makes me and my child cry.<--i'm keeping this because it's hilarious, but seriously i hate common core math!

Oh, love hate relationshios

Free and Funny Confession Ecard: You know, I can't decide if I want to punch him in the face or have his babies.

I think this is why we like each other. We know the value of carrying around a quarter versus 25 pennies :)

Careful who you call “friends,” I’d rather have 4 quarters than 100 pennies.