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Funky Friday Funday, August 5

Funky Friday Funday, August 5The blue elements in the image above appear to be arranged in a
continuous spiral, but in fact they form a series of concentric circles.
Your brain will argue so strongly for a spiral that you may need to run
your mouse cursor around the circles a few times 10 convince yourself.

I have to tell you, the loonies are out in force lately! I have enough material on my computer for a dozen editions of the Friday Fundays and Silly Saturdays, so this week it's a double-header. Beat the heat (at least in the northern hemispheres) with some laughter . . . or warm up with it. 



                                                           This first one is AWESOME!

Funky Friday Funday, August 5The blue elements in the image above appear to be arranged in a
continuous spiral, but in fact they form a series of concentric circles.
Your brain will argue so strongly for a spiral that you may need to run
your mouse cursor around the circles a few times 10 convince yourself.


                                     Do they wear the lingerie over or under their shells?

Funky Friday Funday, August 5The blue elements in the image above appear to be arranged in a
continuous spiral, but in fact they form a series of concentric circles.
Your brain will argue so strongly for a spiral that you may need to run
your mouse cursor around the circles a few times 10 convince yourself.

 

                                                Well, maybe they'll work for scale . . . 

Funky Friday Funday, August 5The blue elements in the image above appear to be arranged in a
continuous spiral, but in fact they form a series of concentric circles.
Your brain will argue so strongly for a spiral that you may need to run
your mouse cursor around the circles a few times 10 convince yourself.


                                                       As opposed to . . . ?

Funky Friday Funday, August 5The blue elements in the image above appear to be arranged in a
continuous spiral, but in fact they form a series of concentric circles.
Your brain will argue so strongly for a spiral that you may need to run
your mouse cursor around the circles a few times 10 convince yourself.



                                                     I know I can relate to this! Can you?

Funky Friday Funday, August 5The blue elements in the image above appear to be arranged in a
continuous spiral, but in fact they form a series of concentric circles.
Your brain will argue so strongly for a spiral that you may need to run
your mouse cursor around the circles a few times 10 convince yourself.


                       The next four are in honor of the craze that is sweeping the world . . .


Funky Friday Funday, August 5The blue elements in the image above appear to be arranged in a
continuous spiral, but in fact they form a series of concentric circles.
Your brain will argue so strongly for a spiral that you may need to run
your mouse cursor around the circles a few times 10 convince yourself.



Funky Friday Funday, August 5The blue elements in the image above appear to be arranged in a
continuous spiral, but in fact they form a series of concentric circles.
Your brain will argue so strongly for a spiral that you may need to run
your mouse cursor around the circles a few times 10 convince yourself.



Funky Friday Funday, August 5The blue elements in the image above appear to be arranged in a
continuous spiral, but in fact they form a series of concentric circles.
Your brain will argue so strongly for a spiral that you may need to run
your mouse cursor around the circles a few times 10 convince yourself.


Funky Friday Funday, August 5The blue elements in the image above appear to be arranged in a
continuous spiral, but in fact they form a series of concentric circles.
Your brain will argue so strongly for a spiral that you may need to run
your mouse cursor around the circles a few times 10 convince yourself.




                                                   Thank you, John Marrett, for this gem!
                               You have to ask yourself: Is it a typo or the best-ever come-on?

Funky Friday Funday, August 5The blue elements in the image above appear to be arranged in a
continuous spiral, but in fact they form a series of concentric circles.
Your brain will argue so strongly for a spiral that you may need to run
your mouse cursor around the circles a few times 10 convince yourself.



   And saving the best for last (thanks to Steve Tannuzzo and Tannuzzo Copywriting) -- and               continuing a theme started above . . . the name of the collider is actually Hadron. 

Funky Friday Funday, August 5The blue elements in the image above appear to be arranged in a
continuous spiral, but in fact they form a series of concentric circles.
Your brain will argue so strongly for a spiral that you may need to run
your mouse cursor around the circles a few times 10 convince yourself.

If you want to see the full report, click here.

                          Which one made you laugh the most?


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Many of these funnies come from Facebook pages that you can access any time you're in need of a few more good laughs. My favorites are Single Dad Laughing, I am not a grammar cop, Language Cranks Redux, and Tannuzzo Copywriting

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#7
But in the nicest way, right, ?

#8
Oh, Don Kerr! I hadn't thought of that! Yes. Makes perfect sense. 😁

don kerr

5 years ago #4

Surely the Horny Festival should feature a booth from the Hardon collider! Good fun Susan Rooks

Graham🐝 Edwards

5 years ago #3

Ok Susan Rooks this just brilliant!... You are now my hero! I have to go with the "Horny Island Festival". Sue me... I'm a boy... lol. Thank you for making me laugh out loud.

Hilarious Susan Rooks, I love the tired dog and the used cows for sale. Thanks for chuckle.

#1
I would imagine it could be, John Marrett!

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