March 2011

Family24 Mar 2011 09:55 am

Mandy and Alli were at the table with pens and paper writing and drawing. Mandy passed her pad of paper over to Alli, and I asked what she was doing.

“Alli is going to draw a bed for me,” she said. Alli took her pen and slowly started drawing a circle. She kept looping and looping until she had a giant scribble:

Then she looked up and told Mandy, “I can’t draw a bed, but I could draw you a whale!”вик услугиови услугиИдея за подаръкикониикони

Music03 Mar 2011 07:15 pm

On their second album, “So Much 2 Say,” Take 6 has this incredible novelty track. It is awesome. Here, listen to it:


“Use an instrument–go to jail. That’s the law.” Ha ha! I love it!

I am an a cappella freak. I freely admit.

Anyway, dissing the organ recently on Facebook made me think of this Take 6 track, and some other great instrument jokes. I think I’ll try to offend some other instrumentalists to kind of spread things out from just offending organists.

Let me get this out of the way first though: the bagpipes. Really, wouldn’t even considering them an instrument be absurd flattery?!

Q: What’s the different between a trampoline and an accordion?

A: You take your shoes off to jump on the trampoline.

Q: What do you call 1000 banjos at the bottom of the sea?

A: A good start.

Q: What is the least-used sentence in the English language?

A: “Is that the banjo player’s Porsche?”

Q: What is the difference between a piano and a guitar?

A: The piano burns longer.

Q: What is a gentleman?

A: Someone who knows how to play the harmonica, but doesn’t.

Q: What’s the range of a violin?

A: Fifty yards if you have a good arm.

Q: How do you get a guitar player to play softer?

A: Give him some sheet music.