Lipstick On A Dog

Interesting business card for Dog Walkers. 


Not sure what they mean by:

Not just a lipstick visit


I’ve heard of lipstick on a pig, but never on a dog! 


Playing dress up with a dog? 


As they say, only in America. 😉


(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Planning Ha Ha

Man Plans and G-d Laughs!

So in retrospect, in 2015, not a single person got the answer right to ‘where do you se yourself 5 years from now?’


Where you gonna be in 2020?


Stuck at home for almost the entire year!


But you are a fortune teller and are so smart you should’ve rolled your dice in the ever exploding  bubble of a stock market.


Oh, that’s right, you did!  😉


(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Even Dogs Wear Masks

Even Sophie the dog wears a mask against Coronavirus.


– If giver doesn’t wear mask and receiver does – 70% chance of transmission


– If giver wears mask and receiver doesn’t – 5% chance of transmission


– If giver wears mask and receiver wears mask – 1.5% chance of transmission


That’s doggie good statistics to avoid the Coronavirus plague.


People can learn just like dogs.  😉


(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Controversy, Yet Agreement

In these great times of strife and controversy in this country…

One thing that we can probably all agree on:

Make Falafel Not War

Words to live by.

And to eat by.  😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

The Purge

Thought this was an interesting sign someone had in their office. 

PURGE the things that no longer bring PURPOSE!


Yikes! I wonder who or what got purged from this person’s life recently. 


Yet, perhaps it is a good lesson against hoarding and just accumulating junk (things and certain people) along the way of life. 


When things have a deeply negative impact on your life (or they’re just dead weight), perhaps it is time to consider letting go.


I’m not talking about relationships of commitment (e.g. family), which have a stronger and timeless bond in my mind, but of those that earn their right into your life by virtue of being ongoing positive, productive forces. 


There is no blessing in gluttony or hoarding–stay trim and fit, travel light and with what is truly meaningful and necessary. 😉


(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

We Are Family!

I like this definition of family:

 

Family means NOBODY gets left behind. 

 

We take care of each other.

 

No matter what.

 

My father used to say:

Blood is thicker than water. 

 

It’s not just from the battlefield that we make sure to bring everyone home.

 

Home is where the heart is.  😉

 

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Keep The F*** Away From Me

Social distancing is the new norm.


Shaking hands is a no-no!


Even in the park yesterday, they had a sign prominently displayed that read:

Thank you for practicing social distancing. Please stay 6 FT apart.


We might as well all just wear t-shirts or little reminder signs on each of us with:

Keep the F*** away from me!


That about sums it up without putting up a specific distance range. 😉


(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Free COVID-19 Cure

This sign was just too great. 


Advertisement with the little slips at the bottom to tear off. 

Free Cure for COVID-19.
Please take an information strip below

And what do the strips say:

Stay the F**K at home


I wonder why no one took any of the strips? LOL


Like every meaningful issue, we have people on both sides of the aisle fighting it out what is the right thing to do. 


And when it comes to life and liberty, passions certainly run high. 😉


(Credit Photo to my son-in-law Itzchak for sharing this with me from his friend in California)

Everything But The Kitchen Sink

Thought this was cute at Java Nation (BTW, they are a better Starbucks!).


A mini sink that says:

Everything But The Kitchen Sink


Truly, that sorts of like what they are since they sell coffee but also wine!  


How did we ever come up with this saying about kitchen sinks to begin with? 


Like would you ever make an offer on a property, and say:


 I’ll take it, but you keep the kitchen sink.


There must’ve been some pretty cruddy kitchen sinks along the way. 😉


(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Buy Right From The Start

This was a funny sign in an eatery:

Our tasting panel samples each item before we buy it.


And the picture is of the guy  ready to dig into the food. 


There was another saying that I heard that I liked:

If you buy on price, you buy twice. 


In other words, never just buy the lowest price item if you don’t really like it, because in the end, you’ll end up having to buy a replacement for the cheapo, crappo thing you really didn’t like to begin with. 


Better to save up and get what you really want to begin with. 


A savvy shopper, indeed. 😉


(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)