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Home Decorating for Rank Amateurs, Part 2

April 14, 2016
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Previously on Home Decorating for Rank Amateurs: The subject (“you”) has succeeded in the almost impossible task of ordering a slipcover online. This is what happens after it arrives. Installing that Dream Slipcover The day…

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Home Decorating for Rank Amateurs

March 31, 2016
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1: Hunting for that Dream Slipcover Many of us fantasize about having a living room that looks like this: For most of us, the activities of human life produce a reality more like this: Some…

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Friday Humor Devotional

May 16, 2014
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Friday Humor Devotional

Dear Lord, please refrain from judging me.  My wife has begged me to buy a new mattress. With that being said, if there is any way you could get me in for this early bird…

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How the Cat Steals the Bed

October 20, 2013
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First, Kitty gets bored with whatever she is doing and decides to take a nap. Cats sleep about 16 hours a day, so this is not unusual. Next, Kitty jumps onto the bed, lies down,…

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If I Ever Move Again, May I Be (Insert Horrific Curse Here)

April 1, 2013
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If I Ever Move Again, May I Be (Insert Horrific Curse Here)

There are nomads who haven’t moved as much as I have. You’d think I’d be used to it by now. Forget about it. Just mention the word “move” and my brain goes into overload, and…

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The Empty Chair Won’t Get You Saved

September 9, 2012
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I was standing in my kitchen talking to myself when I noticed my dogs staring at me with a look of confusion if not terror. To put their minds at ease, I pulled out one…

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IKEA furniture names are not just random letters, but random sex acts.

June 6, 2012
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Apparently, IKEA—everyone’s favorite place to buy quirky furniture and Swedish meatballs—is hiring Thai translators to make sure that their products are interpreted correctly, after a bed named “Redalen” holds dual meaning for a crude sex…

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The Day Jane Fell Out of Her Chair

April 17, 2011
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My friend, Jane, walked into the doctor’s office.  When the doctor walked in, he greeted his old friend, “Hello, Jane.  How are you doing today?” “Well, I’ve been better,” Jane said. “What’s wrong?  I noticed…

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