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Offline Michael Bush

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NATIONAL GET OVER IT DAY
« on: March 09, 2023, 11:12:01 am »
People said I'd never get over my obsession with Phil Collins.
But take a look at me now.

Hoping to get over the pandemic this year...
It's been pretty bad since the world caught covid 19 in 2019. I've been hearing rumors about the possibility of new variants all over the news. Let's hope we don't catch 22 this year.

Q: What is one fear you can only get over slowly?
A: A fear of speed bumps.

So i thought i could get over my fear of math jokes
But in the end i was 2^2 to tell it.

How do you get over seasonal depression?
You just fall out of it

Ya know what I can't get over?
A fence about 6 feet high.

"And that?s why I became a pilot, to get over my fear."
"Heights?"
"No, dying alone."

Why mathematicians cannot get over divorce
They keep asking xy

What did the train engineer say when he decided to get over his drug addiction?
I need to get my life back on track

It was really hard for me to get over my addiction to the hokey pokey.
But i've turned myself around, and that's what it's all about.

A sergeant major is inspecting his troops one morning when he sees a new soldier he doesn't recognize
"Hey, you! Soldier! Get over here! What's your name?"
"John."
"John?! What the hell kind of army do you think this is? John! I never call my soldiers by their first names. It breeds familiarity and leads to a breakdown in discipline. I only ever call my soldiers by their last names: Smith, Jones, Jenkins, and so on. And you will refer to me as sergeant major. Do I make myself clear?"
"Yes, sergeant major."
"Good. Now that we've got that settled, what is your name, soldier?"
The soldier breathes a heavy sigh and answers "Darling. My name is John Darling, sergeant major."
"Okay John, here's what I need you to do..."

I think I cracked the overweight problem
Last week I weighed 150 pounds, I felt so miserable and was loosing all hope for my future. I couldn't think of a way to get over the shame. Then it struck me and I figured out the ultimate way to get it over with. I immediately did what I had to do, I ordered a new weighing scale from Amazon. I was waiting this entire week for it to arrive. It finally arrived today. I just weighed myself, it's 69 now. I'm so proud of myself and the metric system.
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