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Mmm… George and Gracie


Welcome again to Mirth and Music Monday. This week, I have my very favorite TV couple for you, George Burns and Gracie Allen. I’m not much of a George Burns fan, but when he was with Gracie, he was actually pretty funny. Really, though, it’s Gracie I watch for. 🙂 If you’re not familiar with George and Gracie humor, let me give you a heads-up. Gracie was an expert word-twister. Not in a mean way, in a fun, cooky way. Her character either took a phrase too literally or not literally enough, and when she had some scheme up her sleeve, all the other characters needed to watch out! Because she ran verbal circles around them long before they ever caught up. This videos are just small samples of Gracie logic.


MMMIt is time again for Mirth and Music Monday.





To play along, post something mirthful and something musical on your blog, then click on the appropriately labelled smiley, little, blue fellow to add your link. (Theoretically, the linky and I understand each other now.) If you just want to see some more funny and amazing, that same happy dude will open up links to participating bloggers.


This week, I present a little men vs. women marriage humor. This one rides a little rough on the gals, so if you’re sensitive, skip it. In spite of the mention of underwear, it’s completely clean.



And now, one of my all-time favorite videos EVER! (redundancy intentional) Ladies and Gentlemen, I’d like to present Sarah Brightman and her surprise guest, Andrea Bocelli! *jumps up and down squeeing like an insane teenage fangirl*


MMM… Messy Cellos

It ‘s Mirth and Music Monday again. I hope your day is going well so far. If not, hopefully it’s about to get better.


My Mirth offering this week is really a rant with humorous elements. If rants stress you out, as they often do me, or if you’re sensitive about the amount of time you spend with your technology, you’ll want to skip straight to the Music portion of today’s post. Otherwise, I present an amusing diatribe that takes a jab at our ceaseless pursuit of entertainment.



And, as an example of someone who (probably, I assume) almost never uses the word bored:


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