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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

A Few More Jokes.

Today I am going to try to make you laugh, so here are some jokes that I hope does the job:

Aging gracefully is about enjoying life. For example, I'm sitting here thinking how nice it is that wrinkles don't hurt. Agatha Christie knew about aging gracefully when she said: "An archeologist is the best husband any woman can have:  the older she gets, the more interested he is in her." - See more at: http://www.atimetolaugh.org/directory-aging-gracefully.html#sthash.5hEPHjpQ.dpuf

OK, I also found a list of what women want in a man at different ages.  It starts out with men at age 22 and goes up by a jump of ten years.  Up until the man reaches the age of 72, each is about the same.  The big change is at the age of 72 and higher.

At age72, there are still 10 things but they are a little different.  Here are the 10 things:

Doesn't scare small children.
Remembers where the bathroom is.
Doesn't require much money for upkeep.
Only snores lightly when asleep.
Remembers why he's laughing.
Is in good enough shape to stand up by himself. 
Usually wears some clothes.
Likes soft foods.
Remembers where he left his teeth.
Remembers that it's the weekend.

OK, the list gets a lot shorter for 82 and over.  In fact there are only two things on the list for that age:


Doesn't miss the toilet.


I got the above from:


Think I will leave you with Bugs Bunny joke:

Bugs Bunny was shopping at the supermarket and a sales assistant said to him: “If you can tell me what 19,866 times 10,543 is, we’ll give you free carrots for life.”
Immediately, Bugs responded: “209,447,238”. 

The sales assistant was astonished and asked: “How on earth did you do that?”
Bugs replied: “If there’s one thing rabbits are good at, it’s multiplying."

Found this last one at:

I hope you got a chuckle out of the jokes and make sure to go to the web sites if you want more laughs.  Laughing is good for you.  Now have a great day, you hear?  And just a closing thought - Eat well, stay fit, die anyway.


  1. Glad you got a giggle or two out of them. I just now added one more sentence to the blog.

  2. It's too bad I don't know any archaeologists! I needed a laugh, and your blog fit the bill today.

    1. Glad it fit your bill. Maybe you could google a list of single archaeologists and pick a good one (grin).

  3. Hahahaha, thanks for the laughs.

    1. You can't hurt and laugh at the same time, so I would much more prefer to laugh and I sure everyone would, also.