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Mo Hawg - Week 26


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!

   On a taxidermist’s window in Ocala, Florida: “We really know our stuff!”

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

   Question: Trooper, when you stopped the defendant, were your red and blue lights flashing?

   Answer: Yes.

   Question: Did the defendant say anything when she got out of her car?

   Answer: Yes, sir.

   Question: What did she say?

   Answer: What disco am I at?

Mo’s Wisdom: Brain cells come and brain cells go, but fat cells live forever.

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.  Puns are alive and well!

   In a podiatrist’s office in Belleview, Florida: “Time wounds all heels.”

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

   Question: You say the stairs went down to the basement?

   Answer: yes.

   Question: And these stairs, did they go up also?

   Mo’s Favorite Pun for Today: What is a vampire’s favorite sport?  Baseball!  It drives them BATTY!

   Mo’s How to Speak English Properly Lesson for Today: (These are jokes, folks!) Puns are for children, not groan readers.

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 a fence right here in Colquitt County: “Salesmen welcome.  Dog food is expensive!”

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

   Judge: Well, sir, I’ve reviewed this case and I’ve decided to give your wife $750 a week.

   Soon-to-be ex husband: That’s fair, your honor.  I’ll try to send her a few bucks myself.

   Mo’s Favorite Pun for Today: Overheard at an optometrist’s convention: The Eyes have it!

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!

   At a car dealership in Tifton: “The best way to get back on your feet is to miss a car payment!”

   Mo’s How to Speak English Properly Lesson for Today: (These are jokes, folks!)  Verbs HAS to agree with their subjects!

   Mo’s Favorite Pun for Today: Did you hear about the bank who wanted its bankrupt customer brought in “Debtor Alive?”

   While waiting in line over at Southwest Georgia bank, I noticed a lady holding a small child at one of the windows.  The boy was eating a cookie, which he thrust out to the teller.  The teller smiled and shook her head.

   “No, no, dear,” said the mother, and then, turning to the teller.  “I beg your pardon. Please forgive my son.  We’ve just been to the zoo…and he’s trying to feed the monkey in the cage!

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!

  Outside a muffler shop in Ty Ty: “No appointment is necessary.  We can hear you coming!”

   Mo’s How to Speak English Properly Lesson for Today: (These are jokes, folks!)  Prepositions are not words to end sentences with!

   Mo’s Favorite Pun for Today: I rented my doghouse on a 10-year leash.

   The other morning, someone pounded on the door of the Moultrie Fire Department, shouting, “ Fire!  Fire!”

   The firefighters ran outside where they saw a flatbed truck with a car in flames!  After the blaze was put out, one of our Moultrie firemen quipped, “I’m sure enjoying this job more now that they’re bringing the fires to us!”


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