Most people know and have heard this type of word humor, but few now that it has a word to describe it: Paraprosdokian
I won the easter egg hunt that year, but 55 years Iater I still remember the look on the face of the chicken
After a tiring day, a commuter settled down in his seat on his airplane ride home and closed his eyes.
I thought I’d pass on this special little email I received recently in my inbox. The original author is unknown.
If the majority of Americans believe in God, why on earth is there such a mess about saying, “In God We Trust”?
I am blessed to have known all of my grandparents, and really blessed to have a grandmother who will be 94 in March.
This January Poem reads like a Morning After Story when it comes to New Year’s Weight loss resolutions. Very funny.
I have issues every time I go to the grocery store. You would think they could settle on something as simple as a grocery bag.
This 60th anniversary of their class, the widower and the widow made a foursome with two other singles. They had a wonderful evening.
On the fifth day, I weighed myself and am delighted to find I lost 10 lbs as promised.
Botox and nose drops and needles for knitting, Walkers and handrails and new dental fittings…
When I finished I packed up my guitar and started for my car. Though my head hung low, my heart was full.
Be the kind of person that when your feet hit the floor each morning the devil says, “Oh crap, they’re up!”
My friend, who retired in Boquete in the Panamanian mountains sent me this funny impression of the future. Enjoy.
Paraprosdokian are figures of speech in which the latter part of a sentence or phrase is surprising or unexpected; frequently humorous.