Thursday, April 1, 2010

All Fools' Day...

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"The secret to humor is surprise"
~ Aristotle

Happy April Fools' Day, dear ones! Now, if anyone pulls a mean prank on you, be sure to let me know. I'll give them one of my world-of-pain pinches. Remember, I'm Year of the Tiger, and I won't stand for meanies.

I hope you all have a delightful day. We are having April showers, and you know what that means...May flowers. Yay!

Thank you so much for dropping by. It makes me happy to know you did....xo


9 comments:

Sherry said...

I was just coming to your blog when I saw your lovely, lovely comment on mine. Thanks, my friend.

I am now going on the bike, a bit nervous, but I am wearing a clear mouth guard.

You'll get no pranks from me!

xoxoSherry

24 Corners said...

I'm going to be hanging around Kindergarteners and 1st graders today who are just learning what April Fools day is, it's hilarious what they think is going to happen...so I think I'm safe from any meanies but you never know so thank you for having our backs just in case and you WILL be called upon if any grown-ups cause some AFD trouble!

Looking forward to a lush May here too! Can't wait...

Caroline said...

Hahahaha this made me smile!! LOVING your blog! xo

brock street said...

the sheer terror in his face has me in stitches. makes me feel guilty for laughing because he looks totally terrified, but i am still dying inside with laughter. made my day.

Ivy Lane said...

Just got home and saw this! too funny!!! Happy Day to you too!!! I am with you .... no meanies!!!

hometown girl said...

ok, that is too funny and kind of gross! my husband told us all there was a skunk in the basement this morning! hope you are well :) xo me

24 Corners said...

No meanies today :[ that meant no world-of-pain pinching...which I was secretly hoping to get to see in action!

Next time! ;)

Fringe said...

Thank you all for stopping in! I'm glad to see that the worse prank was a "skunk in the basement" :)

No need to unlease my world-of-pain pinch...yet.

The only prank around here happened last night. The hungry boy asked when dinner would be ready, proclaiming "I'm starving!". Ron told him it would be ready in 45 minutes, which caused a bit of drama from our hungry 13yo. The truth was that dinner would be ready in 10 minutes...That's as mean as it gets around here :)

xoxo

anne h said...

I like that you would be willing to go a-pinching on behalf of those who need it!