Welcome to the August
1827 (late), 2008 edition of tickled elbows. This blog carnival is dedicated to posts that made me chuckle. This one is unusual in that there is a political joke about the politician I plan to vote for…. and it made me chuckle. Out loud. Now, that’s pretty funny.
Fred Lucas presents How to make fun of Barack Obama posted at Barack Obama, saying, “Author gives tips on how to make fun of Barack Obama.”
Rickey Henderson presents Farewell, Whiskers of Glory posted at Riding with Rickey.
Manoj Thulasidas presents Sophistication posted at Unreal Blog, saying, “How to market sophistication, a la francaise! Newspaper column in Today on 5 Jan 2008.”
P.L. Frederick presents Taking A Stand On Lemonade Stands posted at Small and Big, saying, “Learning to be polite from children. A quick read!”
Anna Farmery presents There is always a positive, if you look hard enough! posted at The Engaging Brand.
Ms. Smarty Pants presents Best Western New Englander Signs posted at Ms. Smarty Pants Know It All, saying, “Management corrected “apologize” but mangled “inconvenience” in a creative new way. And that’s not even the end of the problems.”
Tom Parnell presents A crushingly embarrassing memory posted at The Intellectual Hooligan, saying, “My memory of a crushingly embarrassing experience …”
banquet manager thatsme presents Lesson on How Consultants Can Make a Difference in an Organization… posted at So You Want To Be a Banquet Manager….
Keith Wick presents Walmart: The Descent of Man posted at Weith Kick.
Dereck presents Dear Cubicle posted at I Will Not Die.
Bill Love presents Almost ?Exactly? the Same posted at Stupid Things People Say, saying, “great blog – pointing out the stupid things people say”
Azelma Petit presents The Chuck Norris Guide to Self Motivation posted at Biz.Edu, saying, “Gives solid advice on motivating yourself in all walks of life, including entrepreneurship, using the humor of Chuck Norris references.”
Shirley presents Answers to the Energy Crisis. posted at Fun Spirit, saying, “In these stressful days when gas prices keep us home more often, and the TV is full of nonsense and hype, we all need a little comedy relief. It seems everyone and their mother has an idea to offer to solve our energy problems. Here are just a few more ideas. . .”
That concludes this edition of the tickled elbows blog carnival. If you submitted and didn’t make it in, don’t be discouraged. It just means your humorous post didn’t tickle my funny bone, or else it wasn’t available when I checked it, or it was spam (spam does not, usually, make me chuckle). Try again next month! Submit your blog article to the next edition of tickled elbowsusing our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
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