** If it's not written down, it most definitely WILL be forgotten.

** Every day should be Pajama Day.

** Apparently no Super Bowl ads are gonna be new when the Super Bowl actually airs.  WTF?!

** Contrary to popular opinion, stupid is not sexy.

** The ass crack of dawn is something I don't very much care to see.

** Cornbread makes everything better.

** It's so sweet to be greeted with big, wet dog kisses in the morning. Until you realize they're wet with TOILET WATER.

** I seem to be the only one who listens to the words that come out of my mouth around here.

** The older I get, the more I appreciate elastic waistbands.

** When you try to juggle too many balls in the air, one of 'em's bound to smack you upside the head.

** All this cold weather is making hibernation seem like a really good idea.

** Not all things that go bump in the night are necessarily welcomed.

** Despite what I might think, God does not give me more than I can handle.

SO WHAT DID YOU LEARN THIS WEEK???? >>

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