Moony – One Liner Wednesday


One Liner Wednesday

One-Liner Wednesday – It’s a Con-undrum


Weather forecast for tonight: dark. - George Carlin


I like this because it’s so obvious it’s funny.

George Carlin always was a favorite of mine, because he had a unique way of seeing things and making a statement about it.

Of course I like anything to do with the weather, too. It reminds me of this one local weather guy, who was always saying something funny. You know how in the weather forecasts they say it will be partly sunny, or partly cloudy…well, this guy had a one liner that struck me funny, too. He said about the night time:

“It will be partly moony tonight.” ๐Ÿ™‚


We have a brand new One Liner Badge! Thanks to Cheryl, at “Dreaming Reality” for this cute little monkey! Cheryl can be found blogging at:


Thanks for visiting! Peace โ˜ฎ๏ธ

ยฉ 2018 BS


8 responses »

    • You’re welcome! I’ll sure enjoy seeing the little monkey every week! … I was sad when George Carlin passed away, as I liked the way he told his comedy routines. I think I first heard him on late night radio, and then watched some on TV. There will never be another like him. ๐Ÿ™‚

  1. It’s too bad a plain quote isn’t a substitute for the way George presented his comedy… because (at least to me) a lot of what made him so hilarious wasn’t just the observations he made, but the way he presented them in his comedy routines. I still love watching some of my favorite skits of his on YouTube… the guy was a genius!

    • You are so right, about watching George Carlin do his routines. They were good to just listen to, but when you saw him sort of act them out, well, that made it that much funnier. I really should look up some on YouTube, myself. It’s been too long. ๐Ÿ™‚

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