Oddly Enough Blog

Now, get credit for your fantasy life!

January 22, 2008

Welcome to today’s episode of “Fun With Statistics.” A widely-reported story tells us that two out of three Australian travelers are members of the Mile High Club, or would like to be members.

Sound of Music sequel: Nun With A Gun!

January 11, 2008

We continue to scoop the entertainment blog competition, with the huge news that the long-awaited sequel to The Sound of Music will be an action blockbuster!

Your whole stomach came out your mouth, huh?

January 3, 2008

“Dagnabbit! Looks like the engine’s stalled! We’re stuck here awhile.” Quick quiz: the place you least want to hear that sentence is…

Too jolly, Miss Molly! A pinnacle of cynical!

December 14, 2007

santa-300.jpgMerry Christmas, Blog Guy! My family has several holiday stories and poems we read every year,  just to help get us in the mood. Do you have something like that? Maybe you could share them with us!

What, you’ve never seen underwear?

November 26, 2007

“Cripes, Lonnie, you plannin’ on eating supper in your skivvies again, like some kind of a male model or whatever? Makes me so darn mad!

I HATE when Sarge plays polkas!

November 26, 2007

Dear Dad,

Well, things are going okay here at basic training. The guys are swell. We do have a mean, nasty drill sergeant who isn’t too bright. He has this piece of exercise equipment he thinks is an accordion, and he throws himself into trying to play it.

Gosh, this sub really dives fast!

November 20, 2007

Blog Guy, you’re always saying to be careful in choosing a career. I just got a brochure inviting me to check out the world of homemade submarines, and I just don’t see the downside.

“I told you to SHARE the peanuts!”

November 19, 2007

flight-chin-160.jpgBlog Guy, I’m a flight attendant. I hear there is a fantasy camp where those in my profession can take out our frustrations. Do you know about that?

“Hit me with the stench, wench!”

October 29, 2007

It can be awkward when you go pick up a blind date you met online, and she comes to the door with garlic hanging from her hair. You start wondering what a nice, sensitive guy would say, and you come up with stuff like:

Don’t listen to those Neanderthals, honey…

October 19, 2007


Quick. If I asked you for a word to describe a primitive, ignorant, grunting, unenlightened barbarian, you’d say “Neanderthal.” Imagine our surprise, then, at hearing the stunning news that some researchers think Neanderthals may have been capable of sophisticated speech.