Posts Tagged ‘ Humor Outcasts ’

Dead-People Trees

November 30, 2018
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Of the many innovative human burial concepts I’m aware of, the one that interests me most right now is the method of turning your corpse into a tree. A concept by Anna Citelli and Raoul…

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Brushes with the Law

November 2, 2018
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I must just look guilty. Judging by my many encounters with the authorities you’d think I was some kinda outlaw. But I’m one of the most law-abiding, upstanding citizens I know. Not that that’s any…

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Losing One’s Head Over Food Storage

October 13, 2018
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  Food storage is one of those beloved, evergreen topics that readers can’t seem to get enough of. Who can resist a rousing piece about Saran Wrap, tin foil or Tupperware? It’s clickbait, like a…

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Is Prevaracaytin® Right for You?

September 18, 2018
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Prevaracaytin® Indications: When the facts give you a sick, sinking feeling, especially during sworn testimony, you may want to try Prevaracaytin®. Chronic use of Prevaracaytin® may make you tired and in need of arrest. If…

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Will Work for Small (Fried) Potatoes

August 29, 2018
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They say that if you choose a job you love, it will never seem like work. Fair enough. I am truly grateful for the work I have, but I’m not sure I’d do it if…

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Sorry, Elton—These Sad Songs Say So Little

August 26, 2018
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As reported by the BBC’s Miriam Quick, Spotify recently released scores for 35 million songs, based on “machine learning.” Quick used that data to identify the five saddest songs to top the charts since 1958.…

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Daddy vs. the Smoke Alarm

August 23, 2018
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My father, usually a reasonable man, had an uneasy relationship with inanimate objects that crossed him. Once after banging his head on a car door frame, he beat the top of the car repeatedly with…

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Smooth? Sailing

July 26, 2018
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I don’t know who coined the expression “smooth sailing,” but I do know it wasn’t any sailor. I’ve been sailing four times, all paid lessons off Hilton Head Island when I was in my teens.…

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Anecdotes Not Taken #4

May 22, 2018
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Here are nine new anecdotes I submitted to Reader’s Digest that were not taken. Flush with Ingenuity Just as my ingenious friend finished lathering his hair with shampoo, the water went out, with not a…

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Mississippi Skeeters

March 29, 2018
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Mosquitoes in the Mississippi Delta, where I lived for 25 years, were so bad that you’re not going to believe me when I tell you. They were so bad that when they covered the two…

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How to Write and Share Humor
By Donna Cavanagh Published by HumorOutcasts Press

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Lite Whines and Laughter: Mild Rants and Musings on the Mundane
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It Comes From Within: Living with Bipolar Illness
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