The Time I Made A Joke…

You know how sometimes when your daydreaming, you slip into a deep place right in the back of your mind. For example the time I was looking at the ants on the floor and It spiralled into a thought that maybe we are just like ants. And as I’m looking down on them now, there’s people/things looking down on us…a bit like a mirror in a mirror, creating a continuous image getting smaller and smaller. So basically I was thinking about a higher intelligence (like aliens) which I know is possible but it’s also completely random for a Tuesday afternoon…I guess that’s what work does to us.

Anyway, so this was one of those times…only this time I was thinking about balls. Guys balls to be exact or testicles if you will. So getting to the point. I was thinking to myself, if guys have two balls…why aren’t they in individual bags? To which my brain then replied…’maybe they didn’t offer them two at the checkout’.

Yeaaahhhh I know, It’s bad. Shockingly bad. But I love them kind of jokes, dad jokes I call them. The wit I got from my dad of course didn’t help my cause. But you know I’ve come out a great person with a quick wit…even if like I say it is bad. So yeah that’s the joke I made. Copyright Natalie Oram. ✌🏼️

If you would like to share my joke to any of your male friends or family I have set up a scenario and wording for the joke below.

Scenario: Lazing around on anyway of the week with said male friend/family.

Hey Ted…If guys have two balls…why is there only one bag?..Did they not offer you two at the checkout? Ba dum bum chush.

Happy Tuesday! 🙈

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Google was right!!!

So I was sat on my phone…like every Sunday evening, when a thought crossed my mind. When we get ill and have symptoms, what’s the usual thing to do nowadays? Google them. And what does it normally say? You guessed it! Your dying 😱

But on reflection…it is true. I mean it will happen in the long run. Sure some of us die earlier than others but eventually it does happen wether the symptoms impact it or not :/ scary but true. But that’s not to say we should stop living our lives just because of this obvious realisation we ignore. Anyway Sunday insight over.

Quotes…

Another thing you should know about me is simply that … I love quotes.

I’m not too sure when my love of quotes first began, or even why I like them so much. It’s not even a specific type of quote, just a mixture of inspirational, hopeful and even deep eye-opening ones. If you looked closely to my previous blogs you’d notice I sign off with a quote I feel suits the blog. So far I’ve only used quotes for Mitch Albom books as I find him one of the most inspiring writers I have come across so far and I love reading his books!

Since I began blogging … or maybe just while I’m growing up, I tend to find more and more quotes in my daily life. I’m not really sure whether it makes me seem wise or a bit nerdy but either way they lift me up day-to-day, and I hope to inspire others through the quotes that have given me inspiration. I’m sure I’m not the only one that loves quotes as there are millions of pages on the internet dedicated to all different types of quotes, so maybe people who choose to click on this blog will feel the same…who knows.

“You can find something truly important in an ordinary minute” – Mitch Albom, For One Day More.