Funny Friday: Farmin’ and I Grow It

July 13th, 2012 | Posted by Bryn in Funny Friday - (Comments Off on Funny Friday: Farmin’ and I Grow It)

This video has been viewed over 5.6 million times, so I’m sure you’ve seen it, but as a Midwestern girl whose dad owns a farm, I had to share.

Enjoy!

Water, water, water, water, water! Love this!

Have a great weekend!

Funny Friday: True ecards for Moms

June 22nd, 2012 | Posted by Bryn in Funny Friday | Kids - (Comments Off on Funny Friday: True ecards for Moms)

My friend Tara posted the first one on her facebook page this week, and it made me laugh out loud because it’s so true! I found the rest on someecards.com. Laugh with me:

On that note, have a great weekend everyone!

Funny Friday: Lunchtime Song

June 8th, 2012 | Posted by Bryn in Funny Friday - (Comments Off on Funny Friday: Lunchtime Song)

“It’s peanut butter jelly time, peanut butter jelly time!” – Remember this?

I sing this song almost every day with my kids at lunchtime. Yes, it’s a little weird and kind of annoying. Like me. Enjoy.

Have a great weekend!

Funny Friday: Honest Trailer

May 25th, 2012 | Posted by Bryn in Funny Friday - (Comments Off on Funny Friday: Honest Trailer)

My honey and I discovered these Honest Trailers on Youtube this week and couldn’t stop laughing.

FAIR WARNING: This video is a bit racy and contains a bleeped out f-bomb and another cuss word. Parental discretion advised.

Funny Friday – The Grammar Nerd

April 13th, 2012 | Posted by Bryn in Funny Friday - (7 Comments)

Yes, that’s me. I have been known lovingly as a grammar nerd, a grammar cop, and even the grammar nazi by my honey. I get it, it’s difficult to type everything out in texts or even from your phone to Facebook, but when a reputable news source starts making grammatical errors, I start getting “grinchy”. And sure, I’m not perfect, but I appreciate when basic grammatical rules are followed. If you ever find any basic errors on this website, please feel free to correct me!

A short lesson:

it’s = it is
its = possessive form of “it” (referring to something that belongs to “it”)

there = refers to location (There it is!)
they’re = they are
their = possessive form of they (belonging to them)

your = possessive form of you (belonging to you)
you’re = you are

two = the number 2
to = preposition used before a noun or verb as an infinitive (We are going to the store. We are going to leave now.)
too = also (I love you, too.)

who’s = who is
whose = possessive form of who/whom

These are the few that were at the top of my mind today. Which bother you the most?

To relieve some stress from my mind, here are a few graphics from someecards and one from Piccsy.

Does bad grammar bother you? Which grammatical errors bug you the most?

My extremely entertaining brother-in-law is “Average Dan” on Fox 23 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. A few months ago, he shot a series of promotional videos, some of which I’ve included here. Be sure to check him out on Fox 23 and click here to read his reviews of above average businesses in the Tulsa area.

The maniacs and I spent at least a half hour the other day watching the ten second commercials over and over and over. And laughing.

The five second rule should not be questioned. You can tell its a rule. How? Because of the way it is. Deal with it.

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Sneezing is a serious health condition. Do it carefully and responsibly.

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On Average, people laugh 17 times a day. In order to reach my daily laugh quota, sometimes I have to find a loophole, so I made this video for those days when I need a pinch-hitter and don’t feel like chuckling one bit.

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Funny Friday – The Round-Up Kid

March 23rd, 2012 | Posted by Bryn in Funny Friday | Kids - (Comments Off on Funny Friday – The Round-Up Kid)

Last Friday my four-year-old son TT and I went to Kindergarten Round-Up. He’ll be attending our parish’s Catholic school, and he was pretty excited about the whole thing. My favorite quote: “Mom, you promised it was going to be so fun, and it was!” So now, even though I know I’ll be sad once August gets here, I know in my heart he’ll be well taken care of and happy when he’s at school ALL DAY next year.

Here are some shots of him after we got home from Kindergarten Round-Up:

My soon-to-be kindergartener with his new hat, handkerchief, necklace, and badge from the "Round-Up". Giddy-up partner!

Gram watched the girls while TT and I went to Kindergarten Round-Up, so she deserved a picture with the new cowboy hat.

TT sure loves his Gram. He cried when we figured out she was babysitting his sisters, but not him.

Me and V. She's still bald, but she ain't a baby. At 15 months, she's running all over the place and still cute as a button.

Okay, so this wasn’t the classic hilarious funny Friday, but a girl’s gotta show off her kids sometimes… right? 🙂

Have a great weekend everyone!

DollarShaveClub.com just launched last week, and their video (which only cost about $4500 to produce) is pure advertising genius. It’s absolutely perfect for their target market.

WARNING: This video contains a bleeped out f-bomb, as well as a few other more mild cuss words. So don’t blame me if your kids repeat anything… Enjoy.

I just discovered these graphics at CoolStuff.com. Parents and non-parents alike, enjoy. Have a great weekend everyone!

P.S. Uncle Connor, I’m talking to you.

Funny Friday: Shoes for the Unemployed

February 10th, 2012 | Posted by Bryn in Funny Friday - (2 Comments)

Image courtesy of Zappos.com

Since my honey and I are going on vacation soon, I have been shopping online for various clothing and shoes that I might need for the trip. Today I was looking at sandals, specifically Adidas Adilette Slides. My sister had a pair of these when she was in high school, and they fit me too, so I wore them a lot. And I loved their retro style, the fact that they aren’t thong sandals, and the comfort.

Today I was on Zappos.com looking to order a pair, and I came across this little gem. Here’s the “most helpful” review:

From “Guy F” in New Jersey:

“These shoes are awesome. They have made my life as an unemployed person so much better. Since I got laid off, I’ve spiraled in to a depression cave that includes zero apartment cleaning. Due to this, my floors are horribly dirty. Now that I have these amazing sandals, I don’t have to step in alternating dirt and wet dirt with my sock feet. They are also great for walking out to the mail box to get all of the “past due” bill notices that are showing up these days. They are very versatile shoes. If you also drink yourself to sleep every night, these are definitely the shoes for you.”

And of course, I marked it as “helpful” too. Have a great weekend everyone!

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