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Friday Funnies: Stress!!!


Hello My happy People,


While I know stress is not "funny" it is a good topic to have for Friday Funnies. We all have stress to varying degrees every day of our lives, even when we are not conscious of it. Even good things can cause stress in the body and tax our systems in ways we do not even realize are happening. Which is just even more reason to seek out great (or even so-so) "funnies" on a regular basis to help relieve even that unconscious stress (a great reason to subscribe to my blogs)!


So now just sit back, relax, and enjoy these jokes!


Take care,

Dianne



Q: Why do you go to the house of mirrors when you are feeling stressed? A: I just find it a really great place to reflect.

Q: What is the easiest way for a stressed astronaut to unwind and decompress? A: He just needs to open the outside airlock. He'll decompress instantly.

Q: What stresses out coral get?

A: Current events!


Q: What did your doctor say when you told her you were stressed because of your chronic constipation? A: She prescribed me a relaxative.

Q: Why didn't the rancher stress over his cows having really short legs? A: There was no need to worry, the steaks were low.


Q: Why was the computer stressed when it got home from work? A: Because it had a hard drive.

Q: Didn't you use to rub your hair together when you were stressed?

A: Yes, but I started dreading the consequences.


Q: What did one tectonic plate say to the other tectonic plate?

A: I've been so stressed lately I've started having tremors and it's all your fault!


And last but not least ...


Q: Were you stressed out when your phone's battery died?

A: Yes, but then I realized all I needed was an outlet.


I'm Not Done Yet. Brad Upton - Full Special




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Linaya DiNoto, Science Fiction Author of Lithaflora: The Chrysalis: The Forever After Series (Episode 59 March 29, 2023)

Kelly Florence, Screenwriter/Podcaster and Co-Author of 5 books in The Science of Series

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LM Wilson, author of The Last of the Spirit Drakes (EP: 51, Feb. 1, 2023)

LeRoy A Peters, author of The Edge of the World Series (EP: 52, Feb. 8, 2023)

C. D'Angelo, Author of The Difference and The Visitor (EP: 53, Feb. 15th, 2023)

Val Collins, author of the Aoife Walsh Books (EP: 54, Feb. 22, 2023)

Kirstie Page, Visual Storyteller/Artist (EP: 55, March 1st, 2023)

Lance Steen Anthony Nielsen, Author of Diamonds in the Sky Series

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David Gibson, PhD FRSB, Author of Planting Clues: How Plants Solve Crimes.

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