Mombeau

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Our four children, always on the go, frequently communicate with each other by leaving notes around the house telling where they've gone, what they're doing, or whatever. Recently, we came across the following written exchange between Michael, 18, and Steve, his 12-year-old brother: "Steve--borrowed your hairbrush. I'll return it when I get back. If you need one, mine is in Mom's car (which is why I had to borrow yours).--Mike" Steve's response, written on the same note was: "Mike--It's not mine. It's the dog's. Steve"

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While visiting a friend who was in the hospital, I noticed several pretty nurses, each of whom was wearing a pin designed to look like an apple. I asked one nurse what the pin signified. "Nothing," she said with a smile. "It's just to keep the doctors away."

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Great Note from a customer at the Farmer?s Market (The Chef received this from one of his customers) We visited the organic market this morning but were too late to purchase produce, so bought some chicken seasoning and cheese garlic dog treats from your booth. I must admit that our finicky poodle ate only one treat (just to be polite) but one of my kids polished off the bag after dinner......

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As a recent high-school graduate, I traveled to our state capitol and got to visit the house floor. While I stood there, thinking how difficult it must be for the people in that room to wrestle with important decisions that affect so many citizens, I spied sitting on one representative's desk a Magic 8-Ball.

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An Old Indian was asked what his wife's name was. "Three Horse," he replied. "That's an unusual name, Three Horse. What does it mean?" "It's an old Indian name. Means Nag, Nag, Nag."