Here are some thoughts and sayings I posted on Twitter and/or Facebook in June. To my knowledge, I made these up (for better or for worse). Sit back, relax, and enjoy the write!
1. Whenever life seems to have no purpose, I lecture it about getting motivated.
2. Happy Monday! I don’t know why I’m happy to start a work week, but I wish it would stop.
3. Being flawed is a prerequisite to being appreciated for something you’ve done well.
4. The word “momentum” begins with a flash and ends with a pause.
5. If only life had a breaker panel where you could flip a switch when you’re overloaded and ready to short circuit.
6. Friends come and go. Sometimes I wish they would sit and stay for a while.
7. Why does the word “Saturday” begin with “sat” when most people are out and about enjoying the weekend?
8. The world doesn’t owe you a scent. You have to excrete it yourself.
9. A round dog with a tough exterior but a soft demeanor is a melon collie.
10. I don’t know what on Earth is going on. Thank heavens I’m well-grounded because I’m feeling spacy.
Holidays & Events
11. May annoys June because she always finishes first and is much too flowery.
12. It’s ironic that Father’s Day falls on a Sonday.
13. The financial markets are bloated because they digested too much Greece.
14. Rumor has it that the sequel to the movie Prometheus will be called “Icarus” and will feature a group of scientists searching for the origin of mankind that discovers that humanity was actually created by a violent, warlike group of human beings. Word has it that the film will be set on Earth.
15. A week is an artificial construct. Thank goodness someone invented weekends.
16. At this moment, millions of people are spending quality time with their tech gadgets.
17. The drawback to multitasking is that you can only finish one task at a time.
18. It’s been so long since statesmen ran our country that no one’s bothered to make the word gender neutral.
19. I drive faster in America because I use kilometers.
20. One of the most difficult travel decisions is deciding whether to consume or throw out perishable food before leaving on a trip.
21. Do Slovaks write Czechs?
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M.G. Edwards is a writer of books and stories in the mystery, thriller and science fiction-fantasy genres. He also writes travel adventures. He is author of Kilimanjaro: One Man’s Quest to Go Over the Hill, a non-fiction account of his attempt to summit Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain and a collection of short stories called Real Dreams: Thirty Years of Short Stories. His books are available as an e-book and in print on Amazon.com and other booksellers. He lives in Bangkok, Thailand with his wife Jing and son Alex.
For more books or stories by M.G. Edwards, visit his web site at www.mgedwards.com or his blog, World Adventurers. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org, on Facebook, on Google+, or @m_g_edwards on Twitter.
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I’m thinking my fav may be #13, although #8 is a close second! Funny stuff 🙂
Thanks, Sheila! A few people groaned *groan* when I originally posted #8 about the scent. Today’s post may be a bit controversial too: “Whoever put the cat in the bag really should let it out.”
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