The Homeschooler's Funny-Bone
Laughter is Always the Best Cure for What Ails You!
We could all use a little more laughter in our lives; this is especially true for those of us who homeschool. I've collected everything funny I could find and put it here for you to enjoy.
So take a break, get a cup of coffee, and make sure you're not going to knock anything over when you crack up laughing.
This is comical, take a look.
These are a number of videos made by homeschoolers, for homeschoolers--and other peoples, too, I'm sure! Have a peek!
This is a FREE online book of homeschool humor. And also links to the author's blog.
This is a humorous FAQ List provided by Jon's Homeschool Resources.
Comedian and fellow homeschooler--good stuff!
You Might Be a Homeschooler If:Someone asks what grade you're in and you're not sure.You sleep till 9am on school days.Your birthday is an official school holiday.Your favorite activity is reading.You dress up as historical or literary characters for Halloween.Your room looks like a science lab.You check out at least ten books every time you visit the library.You get books and science kits for your birthday.
Joke Sites and Other Misc. Humor-Related Sites
Thousands of clean jokes, cartoons, clips, and more. Subscribe for a free daily joke delivered to your email to get your daily dose of laughter.
Thousands of jokes, pictures, and more!
Home of the cleanest jokes on the web!
This site has jokes of ALL sorts, a very good resource.
Lots of jokes and anecdotes and stories, all related to the many joys (and trials) of parenting.
This is really neat: a daily blog-style listing of unusual and funny events, updated every day. Take a peek and follow a link.
This is actually a free e-book you can download and read anytime you like; it's quite funny--anecdotes from a mom-comedian about parenting and 'how much fun it can be'.
Check Out These Tidbits From One Homeschool Mom
Q: Do you have any friends?
A: No. People avoid us for some reason.
Q: How do you meet people?
A: When forced to socialize we paint ourselves blue and run through the streets screaming. We find this a very effective way to meet new people.
Q: How do you assign grades?
A: We toss a coin.
Q: How do you keep your kids moving forward and working?
A: We bribe them with money and cookies.
Q: Is homeschooling legal?
A: No. In fact, we live in fear of being arrested daily.
Q: Is homeschooling in our state legal?
A: No. And I'll deny we ever had this conversation.
Q: You're homeschooling your children?
A: Yes. Our program will have them ready for college at age 10.
Q: You must be pretty smart to be able to home school your children?
A: Golly, geez, I guess!
William Tell Overature Mom
Some Guides on 'Humor' at Amazon
I Will Survive!
Why Men Are Happier PeopleThe garage is all yours.Wedding plans take care of themselves.You can never be pregnant.Car mechanics tell you the truth. The world is your urinal.You never have to drive to another gas station restroom because this one is just too icky.People never stare at your chest when you're talking to them.You get extra credit for the slightest act of thoughtfulness.
A site featuring fishing jokes, in addition to numerous categories of other sorts of jokes.
A Homeschool Family
Unexpected guests were on the way, and my mother, an impeccable housekeeper, rushed around straightening up. She put my father and brother to work cleaning the guest bathroom. Later, when she went to inspect it, she was surprised that the once-cluttered room had been tidied up so quickly. Then she saw the note on the closed shower curtains. It read "Thank you for not looking in the bathtub."
Vision of Cleanliness
Saturday had always been "cleaning day" in the old homestead, and my mother still adhered to the ritual after all her children had left the nest. When I stopped by to visit her one Saturday, I was surprised to find her relaxing in a favorite chair. "Aren't you feeling well?" I asked.
"I feel fine."
"But you're not cleaning."
"After all these years I've finally figured out how to get it done in half the time," Mom told me. "I simply take off my glasses."
When my septic system was clogged, a colleague volunteered to help me. Bob climbed down into the pit with a snake and yards of cable. After 15 minutes I heard him muttering: "My mother needs a ride into the city, my brother is coming to town, my car has to go to the garage -- "
"Bob," I asked, "what are you doing?"
"Practicing," he replied.
"For the next time you have a problem."
Eau de Product
When I was pregnant with my third child, my mother came to help with my two boys, ages four and six. Mom, who we call Mimi, also cleaned and scrubbed until the whole house was shining. The smell of her favorite cleaning agents often lingered in the air. After the baby was born, Mimi returned to her own home.
Two days later I found some stains on the kitchen counter, so I used bleach to clean them up. Just then my four-year-old walked in and asked, "Where's Mimi?"
"She went home," I replied. "Don't you remember we took her to the airport?"
"Then why do I smell her perfume?" he asked.
My husband and I have always exchanged chores around the house, including doing the dishes, which I hate to do, and mowing the lawn, which he hates to do. This worked to our mutual satisfaction until he began to be bothered by people in passing cars staring at him as he relaxed while I mowed.
He solved the problem by presenting me with a T-shirt to wear while I was cutting the grass. On the front, big letters said: "IT'S ALL RIGHT." The back of the T-shirt proclaimed: "HE DOES THE DISHES."
Okay, I think we all know this feeling! Take a look!
This is a long list of articles written by columnists on their humorous perspective regarding housework. They may make you feel a little better about your own mess!
A New Take on an Old Classic
When a group of 4 to 8 year-olds where asked the question, "What does love mean?", the answers were broader and deeper than anyone could have imagined. Take a peek!
When someone loves you, the way they say your name is different. You just know that your name is safe in their mouth.
Billy - age 4
Love is when a girl puts on perfume and a boy puts on shaving cologne and they go out and smell each other.
Karl - age 5
Love is when you go out to eat and give somebody most of your French fries without making them give you any of theirs.
Chrissy - age 6
Love is what makes you smile when you''re tired.
Terri - age 4
Love is when my mommy makes coffee for my daddy and she takes a sip before giving it to him, to make sure the taste is OK.
Danny - age 7
Love is when you kiss all the time. Then when you get tired of kissing, you still want to be together and you talk more.
Emily - age 8
Love is what''s in the room with you at Christmas if you stop opening presents and listen.
Bobby - age 7
If you want to learn to love better, you should start with a friend who you hate.
Nikka - age 6
Love is when you tell a guy you like his shirt, then he wears it everyday.
Noelle - age 7
Here is a list of homeschooler's anecdotes at the Homeschool Legal Defense webpage.
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