What is the funniest thing you have ever said?

@mommaj (22779)
United States
January 4, 2016 5:43pm CST
I think the funniest thing I have said recently is I was going to vacuum corn cobs off the ceiling. I meant to say I was going to vacuum cob webs off the ceiling. Do you mix up words like that?
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@TheHorse (67110)
• Pleasant Hill, California
5 Jan 16
The funniest ting I ever said that stuck with my friends was "delusions of adequacy."
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@mommaj (22779)
• United States
5 Jan 16
I take it you were referring to someone in particular? You have to give us more although that is kind of sad in itself. Poor person. Does that mean that there is delusions of inadequacy as well? Oh, never mind. If there wasn't you might not have a job.
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@vandana7 (66045)
• India
6 Jan 16
Now that certainly sounds like something from online Tarot interpretations or horoscope narratives. Try as hell you don't know whether they want you to do this or that.
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@mommaj (22779)
• United States
6 Jan 16
@vandana7 I haven't figured out how to read my fortune. I don't have any green paper to try. HAHAHA I never had a tarot reading. Are they even real? I thought it was mostly vague information that could mean anything.
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@DaddyEvil (25101)
• Aurora, Missouri
7 Jan 16
Hmmm... the thing I laughed about most was something I said to an elderly woman here on myLot on my first discussion... DaddyEvil, About Me. She says she fell out of her chair when she read it! LOL! I'll go see if I can find it real quick! BRB!
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• Midland, Michigan
7 Jan 16
Maybe you realized you were supposed to be heading to work already, since it's been almost an hour. Unless you meant to say, bbl instead of brb,
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@vandana7 (66045)
• India
7 Jan 16
You are evil...now I have to go and read the whole discussion for the sake of that blunder on your part? Can't you make my job easier here..
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@DaddyEvil (25101)
• Aurora, Missouri
7 Jan 16
@MarshaMusselman @vandana7 No, Marsha, I intended to say brb, but I think part of that thread was truncated. It was in Jabo's box but now that box is MUCH shorter than it used to be, or else the meds are making me too fuzzy to figure out what happened to it. Apparently not. I'm sorry, vanny. If you find it, will you post it here for me? Thank you.
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@UncleJoe (10264)
• Virginia Beach, Virginia
5 Jan 16
I couldn't begin to name only one occasion.
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@mommaj (22779)
• United States
5 Jan 16
You are a riot. My exhusband use to say he had to take me places twice. The second time was to apologize.
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@zebra2222 (5166)
• United States
5 Jan 16
Sometimes I do, but usually I make things out of puns.
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@mommaj (22779)
• United States
5 Jan 16
So yours is intentional. Yeah, yeah, mine are too. Unfortunately mine aren't. Puns are funny though. I will do that to my daughter.
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@Missmwngi (10637)
• Nairobi, Kenya
4 Jan 16
Ha haa cannot tell the funniest have said of late
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@mommaj (22779)
• United States
4 Jan 16
I have to be so careful because I slip up all the time.
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@Missmwngi (10637)
• Nairobi, Kenya
5 Jan 16
@mommaj Ha haa it is what makes life interesting
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@mommaj (22779)
• United States
5 Jan 16
@Missmwngi Especially around me. My ex used to say he was always waiting to see what I would say next.
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• Midland, Michigan
7 Jan 16
Well, I mix up my words all the time. In fact, I'll tell people that if i could only write what i want to say I know it would come out right. For whatever reason, I don't have a problem mixing up things when writing, like I might talking. Recently, when I was with my mom at a senior apartment complex she lives at, I was at lunch with several of the residents. One gentleman recently took over as president of a certain group of seniors there. He made it a point to greet just about each person that entered before we got our meal. For one of them, instead of asking how they enjoyed their New Year, he asked how they enjoyed their 4th of July holiday. We all got a good laugh out of that. Ever since then, I've been saying something about July instead of January as intended. Not as funny since I can't remember exactly what I said each time, but it happened more than a couple of times over a few days. Maybe after i go back, having had two days off from that job, I'll be in January again.
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@mommaj (22779)
• United States
7 Jan 16
That's cute. That's the type of stuff I do.
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@vandana7 (66045)
• India
6 Jan 16
I don't know..I haven't any sense of humor.
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@mommaj (22779)
• United States
6 Jan 16
You have no sense of humor? You do realize I have been reading thread with you and @DaddyEvil. HAHAHA Where are the cops now? Have they arrested DE? All is quiet. TOO quiet. lol
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@vandana7 (66045)
• India
7 Jan 16
@mommaj ...@DaddyEvil stole mine...and he is snoring right now... (Before I forget...thank you for offering safer territory ..I was dreading being culled for not having mad cow disease).
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@mommaj (22779)
• United States
7 Jan 16
@vandana7 I didn't realize how funny people could be about their posts. I don't care so you can use mine if you like. Snoring is he? I don't know why. He was up most of the night, because I saw him walking around here.
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@pgntwo (21736)
• Derry, Northern Ireland
7 Jan 16
Instead of saying "your fate is sealed" as some friends had just handed in their exam registration forms, I said "your seat is failed". Rev Spooner had struck again.
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@xFiacre (4568)
• Ireland
7 Jan 16
@pgntwo Suggesting this discussion and your own contribution were both worthwhile
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@mommaj (22779)
• United States
7 Jan 16
@pgntwo I actually love that.
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@xFiacre (4568)
• Ireland
7 Jan 16
My excessively polite aunt once got mixed up and said that she enjoyed something from fart to stinish instead of from start to finish. Does that count?
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@mommaj (22779)
• United States
7 Jan 16
@xFiacre Definitely! That is exactly like something I would say.
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• Jacksonville, Florida
7 Jan 16
I definitely have my moments. When I am not pregnant I call them blond moments-when I am pregnant like now I just blame it on pregnancy brain.
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@mommaj (22779)
• United States
7 Jan 16
I called them blond moments too. Pregnancy brain has to real!
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@ataboy (755)
• United States
8 Jan 16
I'm waiting for the moments of, so called "normal" clear-mindedness that should come every once and a while....shouldn't they?
@jstory07 (68176)
• Roseburg, Oregon
5 Jan 16
I can not think of anything right now.
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@mommaj (22779)
• United States
5 Jan 16
Sometimes it is those little things that we mix up that are the funniest.
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