Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Deal With It

Today is day 26 of the 30 minus 2 days of writing hosted by Nicky and Mike of We Work For Cheese. Today's prompt is "Deal With It". Visit Nicky's post to see how the other poor schmucks in this challenge are dealing with it.

  89% of my readers say your readers need therapy!

  Sorry I missed the meeting, my battery died.

 What do you mean "only two more days"?

Images courtesy of blog-blond.blogspot.com


  1. I love that second one. A sad commentary on social networking. But I suppose we all have to deal with it.

  2. Haha, thanks for the laughs, Linda!

  3. Those are hysterical. I think that first one is an absolute riot.

  4. LOL, thanks Linda! We're almost there! Indigo x

  5. The second one was definitely my favorite. Funny stuff.

  6. Bwhahahahahahahaha! OMG, you slayed me!

  7. OH MY GOSH! Skype?! I bet there are many many babies named that. I never thought about it. SCARY!

  8. Gosh darn, I wish I'd thought of doing this. I hate myself.

  9. I love the name Skype, by the way. It's beautiful, like Sky, but with that little bit of naughty pe at the end.

  10. This was a hoot!!! I liked the middle cartoon the best. That's funny.

  11. So funny! Lol! Especially loved the baby name and the meeting. Hehe.

  12. Sorry to be slow getting back here...all that therapy after the challenge. ;)

    Dufus- It is sad, I guess, but most of us use it.

    Meleah- Thanks!

    Ziva- You're welcome!

    Cheryl- I wanted something on the lighter side.

    Indigo- It was a long haul but we made it.

    P.J.- There was a bunch of funny ones.

    Nicky- Glad you enjoyed them.

    Katherine- It's not a name I would have thought of.

    MikeWJ- My first attempt was way too serious. I liked this much better.

    Sara- I figured we could use the humor after all the writing we had done.

    Alexandra- Thanks! That meeting was funny!

  13. For some reason, I find that third one with the therapist so very relatable.


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