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December 4 , 2009

Greetings workers of the world! As you know, I just re-send the best joke(s) I get from the emails I gather from people all over the world. Then I add my own original drawings (which I create on the spot as I put this email together) to give it a personal touch. Most of the time I create this a few hours before Thursday midnight so if you catch a few typos, please forgive my tired mind and fingers. If this is your first time to receive this, welcome to a new and (hopefully) entertaining addiction.

And so the beautiful last month of the year begins and, as the song goes, --- "It's the most wonderful time of the year." I love the chilly night air, the decorated pine trees, the Sales, the Christmas parties but most of all the upcoming family reunions. I can't wait for Christmas.

Thanks to this week's winners: Scott, a soldier somewhere in the Middle East, Judy of Covina, Dean of Vancouver, Dee of Ventura, Wally of Moreno Valley, Terry of Santa Monica and Dulce of Vancouver, B.C.

From Scott in the Mid-East
TGIF Wisdom:

Words of Wisdom

Money isn't everything,
but it sure keeps the kids in touch.

Be sure to send me your favorite jokes. The newer the better. If it makes me laugh it could be among the TGIF Jokes of the week.

TGIF people!

Two Norwegians
sent by Judy of Covina, CA

Two Norwegians sitting in a boat ...

Ole asks Sven,
"Why do scuba divers always fall backwards off 'der boats?"

Sven replies,
"Well, you know, if they fell forwards they'd still be in 'der boat!"

Chinese Calendar
sent by Dean of Vancouver, B.C.

I'm not really concerned about swine flu.

The only concern I have is as follows:

  • 3 years ago, Chinese calendar year of the cow... Mad Cow disease.
  • 2 years ago, Chinese calendar year of the bird... Avian flu.
  • This year, Chinese calendar year of the pig... Swine flu.
  • Next year is the year of the cock...

Anybody else worried...?

Powerful Verse
sent by Dee of Ventura, CA

A Lady had just returned to her home from an evening of religious service when she was startled by an intruder. As she caught the man in the act of robbing her home of it's valuables, she yelled, "Stop! Acts 2:38!" [turn from your sin].

The burglar stopped dead in his tracks. the woman calmly called the police and explained what she had done.

As the officer cuffed the man to take him in, he asked the burglar,
"Why did you just stand there? All she did was yell a scripture to you"

"Scripture?," replied the burglar. "She said she had an AXE and two 38's!"

Videos of the week:

Talking Cats
sent by Wally or Moreno Valley, CA

I don't know if I already used this but I think it's certainly worth another look.

Here's comedian Buddy Hacket telling his duck story. A masterful story teller. One of the classics.

Talking Cats
sent by Terry of Santa Monica, CA

You must have heard these furry critters at night. Especially when they are in heat or about to give birth. Don't they sound almost human?

Cats who can talk!? You gotta be kidding. Well, I thought so too until I watched this video.

Breast Cancer Dance
sent by Dulce of Vancouver, B.C.

This is the text that came with the email:

Our daughter-in-law, Emily (MacInnes) Somers, created, directed and choreographed this in Portland last week for her Medline glove division as a fundraiser for breast cancer awareness. This was all her idea to help promote their new pink gloves. I don't know how she got so many employees, doctors and patients to participate, but it started to really catch on and they all had a lot of fun doing it.

When the video gets 1 million hits, Medline will be making a huge contribution to the hospital, as well as offering free mammograms for the community. Please check it out. It's an easy and great way to help a wonderful cause, and who hasn't been touched by breast cancer?

Ann Somers

Give us a sense of humor, Lord. Give us the grace to see a joke,
To get some humor out of life. And pass it on to other folk

submitted by Sylvia of Virginia

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