If you need three bones to survive life; a wishbone, a backbone, and a funny-bone, then my wife ain't gonna make it.
Yes, a funny bone is necessary.
True story - I seldom let go with a big belly laugh. My little grandson, around 4 or 5, suddenly turned to his parent one day during a discussion of a relative being in the service, and asked if Grandpa (me) had lost his funny bone in the war. The car erupted in laughter, including me!
by Clayton 6 years ago
Why is it called the funny bonewhen did it become funny, instead it either hurts, buzzes or goes numb for a few secs.
by ohmygoodnessrae 8 years ago
It seems like people who do not believe in the Word of God are so adament about posting negative comments on the forum topics about God. They get so angry about it. Why the heck do they care???
by marriedwithdebt 7 years ago
So, I generally try to stay away from religious topics, but I just got to thinking after reading an article about people who won't vote for Romney or Huntsman because they are Mormons.Is it really wrong to discriminate based on religion?Let me start out by saying that I'm 110% against...
by Jacqueline 8 years ago
OK so I need a few opinions either way to help me out with another English essay I'm working on.So what is it to be....smack your kids or not? I'm not talking about beating them black and blue to make that clear, just the 'normal' smack on the hand or similar.Whatever your feelings on the issue...
by G. Diane Nelson Trotter 2 years ago
How do we know right from wrong?Proverbs 16:25"There is a way which seems right to a man, But its end is the way of death." Does this way change based on changing times?
by kirstenblog 9 years ago
I saw this comment on another thread and felt that it was to big a question to respond to there. I read it as a bit of a flippant comment in my mind (as you do when reading stuff online) and felt a strong reaction, that no war is a good war because war is built on destruction the worst of which is...
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