Don’t be silly, nobody would watch a movie of a waffle falling over!
When i was a kid and i would ask what’s for dinner? Mom would say HoBo Soup,when i asked what is that
she would say Hot water and Ketchup lol
I would never eat pigs feet or dandelions for that matter but my dad ate them and I miss my mom and dad also
Mom made pigs feet and brown gravy often when my Aunts came over, I tried anything one (things I liked well I tried them twice) but got OUT of the house on those days, Mom woulda been 100 4/1/21 Dad 108 2/21 alas
Ever find your jeans willing to stand on their own after hanging too long? : ) Had an old wringer washer that walked around the room as it washed, then one at a time thru the ringer and finely the line,
Yes, LOL!! We bought a more modern pair (had to make a hole in the cellar wall for the dryer’s vent) about 1958. Before that, it was wringer and clothesline. The actual ice box was gone about 1953 (I’m pretty sure Ike was President then). The ice delivery guy was unhappy, as was I–no more chipping off the block of ice for me in the summer.
It’s your choice, fried bologna and mashed potatoes or mashed potatoes and fried bologna!!
You want a RC cola and a moon pie?
On the way to the bath Mom yells, “And clean behind your ears, they’re so dirty you could grow potatoes there.”
And then there was this one: If I catch you saying a bad word I’m gonna wash your mouth out with soap.
Mom: I can’t believe they’re selling these rolls of paper towels, like you see in the gas station washrooms, to replace our dish rags. They’ll never sell, who the heck would want to buy a paper towel?
(This one stuck in my mind since a kid because I remember thinking after mom said that, they’ll sell millions of’em.)
wake and smell the coffee
Hi debutcher! Thanks for the post. Welcome to the Forum. Hope to see you here often, and good luck at the tables.
Today we’re going to learn the Dewey Decimal system so you can find the books you want at the library
Back in the dial up days of the internet, I remember my step-father telling me that the internet is just a fad that will fade out in time. I have been teasing him about that statement ever since.
coffee 5 cents
Don’t call Aunt Susie until after 7 PM when the long distance rates go down!
That was a rule to live by in our home, for sure!
Oh my yes! ROFL!
Roll up that window, It’s cold!
If you don’t like the program on the television, get up and change the channel, lazybones!
Be sure to leave the empties for the milkman.
clap the erasers