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Thanks for what???

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

This is certainly an unusual thank you!

I don't think it's sincere, but it got me to wondering how many unusual things we can find to say thank you to today.


Anonymous said...

I've got a really good one. I'm saying "thank you" to a skunk.

This evening after a really really long day, I was driving home with my 6 yr old grand daughter. She was just talking my head off, and every 5 minutes it was:

Where are we now? When will we get home? I want to see my daddy. Is he going to play with me? Where are we now? Why aren't we there yet? What is that sign? Why does it say "no"? Where are we now?"

I love her, but it was about to get on my nerves. I have had this excruciatingly long day, and I am really tired, and she was just a constant stream of questions....

And then it happened, we passed right through a really really terrible skunk smell. It was so strong! The worst I've smelled in a long time. And my granddaughter got so caught up in talking about how terrible it smelled, that she didn't ask me a single question all the rest of the way home.

So thank you Mr. Skunk!

Anonymous said...

Thank you to everyone "anonymous" for ranting and raving about things the rest of us have no clue what you are talking about. None of it has anything to do with the prosperity project. Speaking for the rest of the group, I say "HUH???" and "take this outside and leave the rest of us out of it!"

Cindy H said...

My insincerest thanks to:

1. All my a-hole bosses, those who have fired me and those who just wanted to.

2. All the rude drivers, fast food workers and miscellaneous rude retail personnel.

3. All the companies, especially insurance companies, who have managed to rip me off in every way possible!

4. To everyone else who has made me depressed, angry and paranoid!

Gee - I think I actually do feel better! :)

Shirley Twofeathers said...

To annonymous, annonymous, and annonymous:

I stepped in and removed several comments because I did not feel they were appropriate to this blog and this project.

Also, I would like to ask anyone commenting, to please comment as YOURSELF not as a nebulous annonymous reader.

And in view of that, I will be removing any anonymous comments from here on out. Let's keep it real!

I did find the "Jeffrey Dahmer" answer to the question intriguing and interesting, but I deleted it because it was all tied up in something else. If you would like to repost that comment as yourself, that would be great.

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Anonymous said...

But I want to thank this site for realizing what the school of hard knocks can do to what I thought were nice people.

Anonymous said...

I want to thank the horrible micromanaging b*tch of a supervisor at work who looks for ways to get me and my friends in trouble...because it never succeeds and just makes me more confident and sure of myself every time I have to deal with her. The more practice I get dealing with lying backstabbers, the more comfortable I am, knowing that God always guides me and protects me. And this is a sincere thank-you, because knowing there are people out there like that, who want to hurt you, but knowing that when I do the right and correct thing and can easily explain why I did what I did, that they have no power over me, allows me to sleep well at night!

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