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Mo Hawg - Week 24


Day 1.

   Mo gets to travel quite a bit in his work.  We’ll share some of Mo’s favorite signs seen here and there across our country.  Puns are alive and well!

   A sign over a gynecologist’s office: “Dr. ____ at your cervix.”

   Mo’s been lurking (Mo loves to lurk!) at the courtroom in Colquitt County!  Here are things actually overheard:

   Question: Were you present when your picture was taken?

   Mo’s How to Speak English Properly Lesson for Today: (These are jokes, folks!) Go around the barn at high noon to avoid colloquialisms.

  “I don’t know what to wear to the costume party,” complained our Bubba.  “We’re supposed to show up wearing something according to our occupation, and I’m retired.”

   Mrs. Bubba suggested, “Wear loafers!”

Day 2.

   Mo gets to travel quite a bit in his work.  We’ll share some of Mo’s favorite signs seen here and there across our country. 

   A sign on a plumber’s truck: “We repair what your husband fixed!”

      Mo’s been lurking (Mo loves to lurk!) at the courtroom in Colquitt County!  Here are things actually overheard:

   Question: He had three children, right?

   Answer: Yes.

   Question: How many were boys?

   Answer: None.

   Question: Were there any girls?

   Mo’s How to Speak English Properly Lesson for Today: (These are jokes, folks!) Even IF a mixed metaphor sings, it should be derailed.

Day 3.

   Mo gets to travel quite a bit in his work.  We’ll share some of Mo’s favorite signs seen here and there across our country.  Puns are alive and well!

   On all of the trucks of a plumbing company in Newark: “Don’t sleep with a drip.  Call your plumber!”

      Mo’s been lurking (Mo loves to lurk!) at the courtroom in Colquitt County!  Here are things actually overheard:

   Question: Is your appearance here this morning pursuant to a deposition notice, which I sent to your attorney?

   Answer: No, this is how I dress when I go to work.

   Mo’s How to Speak English Properly Lesson for Today: (These are jokes, folks!) Who needs rhetorical questions?

    Have you ever thought about how wonderful Mother Nature is?  A million years ago she didn’t know we were going to need glasses, but look where she put our ears!

Day 4.

    Mo gets to travel quite a bit in his work.  We’ll share some of Mo’s favorite signs seen here and there across our country.  Puns are alive and well!

   On the sign of a pizza shop in Brooklyn: “Seven days without our pizza makes one weak.”

      Mo’s been lurking (Mo loves to lurk!) at the courtroom in Colquitt County!  Here are things actually overheard:

   Question: Doctor, how many autopsies have you performed on dead people?

   Answer:  All of my autopsies are performed on dead people.

   Mo’s How to Speak English Properly Lesson for Today: (These are jokes, folks!) Exaggeration is a billion times worse than understatement.

    Checking into a hotel in New York City, the desk clerk asked, “Do you want a room with a shower or a bath?”

   Thinking of the money, Mo asked, “What’s the difference?”

   “Well,” said the clerk, “with a shower, you have to stand up!”

   Oink.

Day 5.

   Mo gets to travel quite a bit in his work.  We’ll share some of Mo’s favorite signs seen here and there across our country.  Puns are alive and well!

   On a pizza shop in Murfreesboro, Tennessee: “Buy our pizza. We knead the dough.”

      Mo’s been lurking (Mo loves to lurk!) at the courtroom in Colquitt County!  Here are things actually overheard:

   Question: All of your responses must be oral, OK?  What school did you go to?

   Answer: Oral.

   Mo’s How to Speak English Properly Lesson for Today: (These are jokes, folks!) Proof read carefully to see if you any words out.

   Overheard at Mo’s Last Doctor’s Appointment: Your trouble is, Mo, you’re a ‘Type A’ personality trapped in a ‘Model T’ body!


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