01 March 2010

I'm just saying

One day in and the week has already gotten away from me. With all of the "challenges" tossed my way, I find the only was I can stay sane is to keep a sense of humor. As I considered today's "opportunities", I am reminded of many old expressions I have collected over the years. Some of these I stole, some I made up on my own (a mind is a terrible thing to waste):


Smile and the world smiles with you. Laugh maniacally, and people will leave you alone.

If I was having any more fun, I'd have to pay to get in the door.

If Barnum & Bailey ever found this place, they'd throw a tent over it and charge admission.

I am busier than a one-armed paper hanger with an itch.

That's about as easy as herding cats.

That idea is like a fart in church (no one wants to claim it).

The beatings will continue until morale improves.

Great. Wonderful. Best day of my life. (My Mantra)

Do I look like a people person?

You have me mistaken for a caring person. I am a feeling person. I feel bad, but I just don't care.


Rock Chef said...

Brilliant! I just shared some of these with a colleague, who particularly liked the first one.

Abby said...

Good stuff.

Yes, in the teaching world, I've learned to focus on "strengths" and "opportunities"... don't dare say "weaknesses"!

meleah rebeccah said...

"Smile and the world smiles with you. Laugh maniacally, and people will leave you alone."


I am the second half of that sentence!

terri said...

Love these! I think I need to memorize the last one. I'm still battling the need to answer every question and solve every problem that gets tossed my way.