Friday, October 22, 2010


BEARD, n. The hair that is commonly cut off by those who justly execrate the Chinese custom of shaving the head.

2010 Update: Facial hair cultivated by cultured men to distinguish themselves from lunatics and visa-versa.


Susan at Stony River said...

This day desperately needed a laugh-out-loud moment to save the week from being a complete craphole.

The update nailed it.


Hope your weekend's fabulous!

Ariel the Thief said...

Beard, n, natural bird feeder.

Jim said...

Thank you, Doug, you must have looked in my mirror. I've had my scrawny beard for quite a few years. Most of the time I can keep the lice out.

k. riggs gardner said...

Susan -- definitely a L-O-L moment!


Ariel -- Your English is not too good. It's natural feed reader


Jim -- Don't forget to tell Mrs Jim that Walmart's real good sale started yesterday. Summer pygamas are no longer on sale for $1 each. Flannel shirts are $2.34 each.


k. riggs gardner said...

Oh, and Jim, I assume you'll be around for Susan at Stony River's Microfiction Monday, right?

TLP said...

Beard: Chin hair.

(Except On a woman, it's stray eyebrows.)

Anonymous said...

BEARD, n. - Take it off. Take it all off.....(Sexy music now playing :)

Cooper said...

Perfect update.

Anonymous said...

"It's Wednesday and Doug appears tired

In work and in life he is mired

He writes about change

Which is well in his range

Perhaps it's from Nash he was sired"

TLP said...

Looking for a Saturday miracle.

k. riggs gardner said...

"Wow -- I like a limerick in italics!"

"It's much much better than a green [sic] limerick with birthday wishes for Actonbell whom I don't really know but wish her Happy Birthday anyway."

Doug The Una said...

Thanks, Susan. I wish you a whole good week.

And a nest for feher golyak, Ariel.

Jim, my own mirror bores me after a while.

Karen, from curator to campmother?

TLP, that's funny.

Actonbell, the font should be the same size as ever. Maybe it's moving a little faster today?

Thanks, Cooper.

OK, back to curator, Karen?

Sorry TLP, I had high hopes, too.

quilly said...

I left a comment here about Amoeba's beard being a dandy handle when I want his undivided attention. Apparently blogger didn't care for it. Funny, Amoeba doesn't, either.

Anonymous said...

Matthew, Mark, Luke,and John.
Bury the pig and lets get on.

Jim's not in ยต-fiction this week.
Jim's on the road.
He's glad Susan's youngest made it!
And says "Best of wishes in the job hunt."

k. riggs gardner said...

Jim's on the road to Iowa.