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What was the last thing you laughed at? Part 2


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The Big Bang Theory.

 

I realize this show has been on since approx 2007, but I’ve never really watched it before.

 

Jim Parsons is made for the role of Sheldon Cooper.

 

Binged watched some episodes on the weekend.

 

Oh it's brilliant isn't it .. I reckon I have seen them all and then some because it is on every day and I can watch and re watch .

 

My daughter showed me the vid on you tube of their last table reading for the last episode ....tissues at the ready or what *sob

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Oh it's brilliant isn't it .. I reckon I have seen them all and then some because it is on every day and I can watch and re watch .

 

My daughter showed me the vid on you tube of their last table reading for the last episode ....tissues at the ready or what *sob

 

Yes, pippy! It's clear why the show lasted as long as it did - the writers and actors are superb! I have laughed out loud so many times.

 

Buuuuuut, I don't have access to all of the seasons, so I know I'm going to be experiencing TBBT withdrawals. Once season 8 is done, that's it. I feel swindled!

 

Gosh I love their characters, though - what a group. I wish I had a Sheldon and Leonard that lived across the hall from me. Lol.

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I think my hubby and I are the only people on the planet who had no idea it was Valentine's Day (a couple of days ago), lol.  Went to a store today and we see all the flowers, gifty things all over the place.  Me:  .... "what's with all the flowers and decorations and stuff?" ......... Him: ..... "I have no idea".  Then both, at the exact same time, the lightbulb goes on: ......... "Ohhhhhhhhh, must have Valentines Day or something.   Meh".    😄

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Musings of a Good Father on a Bad Day

(Author Unknown)

There is nothing sadder than the childless couple. It breaks your heart to see them stretched out, relaxing around swimming pools in Florida, and California, suntanned and miserable on the decks of boats, trotting off to enjoy Europe like fools - with money to spend, time to enjoy themselves and nothing to worry about.

Childless couples become so selfish and wrapped up in their own concern that you feel sorry for them. they don't fight over the kids' discipline. They miss the fun of "doing without" for the child's sake. It's a pathetic sight.

Everyone should have children. No one should be allowed to escape the wonderful experiences attached to each stage in the development of the young. The happy memories of those early years - saturated mattresses, waiting for sitters who don't show up, midnight asthma attacks, rushing to the emergency room of the hospital to get the kid's head stitched up.

Then comes the payoff - when the child grows from a little acorn into a real nut. What can equal the warm smile of a small lad with the sun glittering on $1,500 worth of braces - ruined by peanut brittle - or the frolicking, carefree voices of 20 hysterical savages running amok at a birthday party?

Children are worth every moment of anxiety, every sacrifice. You know it the first time you take your son hunting. He didn't mean to shoot you in the leg. Remember how he cried? How sorry he was? so disappointed you weren't a deer. Those are the memories a man treasures.

Think back to that night of romantic adventure, when your budding, beautiful daughter eloped with the village idiot. What childless couple ever shares in such a wonderful growing experience? Could a woman without children equal the strength and heroism of your wife when she tried to fling herself out the bedroom window? Only a father could have the courage to stand by ready to jump after her.

The childless couple lives in a vacuum. They try to fill their lonely lives with dinner dates, theater, golf, tennis, swimming, civic affairs and trips all over the world. The emptiness of life without children is indescribable.

See what the years have done. He looks boyish, unlined and rested. She is slim, well-groomed and youthful. It isn't natural. If they had kids, they'd look like the rest of us - tired, gray, wrinkled and haggard. In other words, normal.

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