Thursday, July 20, 2006

Mood Swings

   A sign on my door says: The Curmudgeon is In -- Enter at own risk

  A neighbor asked, "What does that mean?"

  I said, "It means, Throw your hat in first.  If it does not coming flying back out, consider yourself welcome."

5 comments:

plieck30 said...

I'm sorry to say I don't know the meaning of this word either and my sorry dicitionary doesn't have it. Got to go elsewhere. I take it you are in a bad mood though. Paula

plieck30 said...

Awww you aren't a grumpy old man. Thanks for teaching me something today. Paula

garnett109 said...

I have a hard time believeing that, but it sure is hot out there, maybe just a tad?

herheadsnacloud said...

Main Entry: cur·mud·geon
Function: noun
Pronunciation: (")k&r-'m&-j&n
Etymology: origin unknown
1 archaic : MISER
2 : a crusty, ill-tempered, and usually old man
- cur·mud·geon·li·ness/-le-n&s/ noun
- cur·mud·geon·ly/-le/ adjective

NAHHH!! That ain't you Chuck..........You are more of an introspective kinda guy..........like the great bear...Bear seeks honey or the sweetness of truth, within the hollow of an old tree(JLand)..........Hugs, B.Lynne

bamawmn46 said...

So... What does your sign say when you are in a GREAT mood??
Jackie