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Feel The Love

Different things can be funny to different people. People have been known to say I'm different, and I'd say my sense of humour is a little different. But I have a feeling, from the traffic through this blog, that quite a few folks share my sense of humour.

If you enjoy this blog let me know. You can show the love one of several ways:
1) leave me a comment under an individual post
2) drop me a note at
3) link to Humor Bloggers Dot Com here and rate my blog.
Humor Bloggers is what you might call a consortium of comedy or a cabal of corn where many misfits of merriment hang out. After all, where else would you find such folks as Debbie Does Drivel, Knuckledraggin' My Life Away, Nanny Goats in Panties and Nonamedufus all cohabitating this side of the nearest home for the criminally insane. After you've rated my blog, browse the site. Humor Bloggers Dot Com links to some of the funniest sites on the interwebs. And, after all, remember, humour bloggers need love too!


AmyOops said…
just sending the luv

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