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Chicken Soup by Kenneth Weene | The Write Room Blog

Chicken Soup by Kenneth Weene | The Write Room Blog | Sizzlin' News | Scoop.it

“What a pain in the ass.” Trudy put her iPhone back into her pocketbook.

 

It wasn’t much of an expletive or very loud, but coming from the lips of my wife it was enough to make me look up from my snack, a piece of Trudy’s latest chocolate-pecan pie, and ask, “What is, Dear?”

 

What happens next you can only read at The Write Room Blog!

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Whoever thought trying to share how to make chicken soup could be so comical! Hilariously funny!

 

Kenneth Weene is a great writer with just the right twist to keep his readers reading with anticipation for an often unpredictable ending! Ken sees life as very much a laughing matter. You can find more of his writing at http://www.kennethweene.com

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Surprising Celeb Cartoon Voices

Surprising Celeb Cartoon Voices | Sizzlin' News | Scoop.it
15 Surprising Celeb Cartoon Voices
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See if you agree with the countdown...yep! Some are truly surprising!

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Plumbed Down: Monkeying Around With Humor in the Classroom

Plumbed Down: Monkeying Around With Humor in the Classroom | Sizzlin' News | Scoop.it

Teaching is a lot like being a baboon zoologist.  One must be aware that at any given moment, the caged can expose their teeth and forget the fact that you've been cleaning their stalls for years, reverting back to their wild natural ways.  Which is why I always have a plan B, or an escape plan, if the $#!+ hits the fan.  This is one reason I don't use oscillating fans in my classroom.  No sense in exacerbating excrement.

Sharla Shults's insight:

Having spent 30+ years in education (I say + because I am still an educational consultant in retirement), I can certainy relate to the ever-pressing need for humor in the classroom.

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All-time Youtube Sensations and Virals – infographic

All-time Youtube Sensations and Virals – infographic | Sizzlin' News | Scoop.it

Bored at work? Want to watch some videos that went viral on YouTube that you might have missed? Sit back, relax, and start searching YouTube for these killer videos that you’ll want to watch over and over again.

 

The following infographic highlights some of the greatest YouTube sensations that made it big from their video uploads. We’ve included everyone from a keyboard-playing cat to Robert Wilkinson, who became famous due to an impromptu drunken karaoke session in the back of a police cruiser. In celebration of Psy’s “Gangnam Style” video becoming the first video to hit one billion views on YouTube, we present this infographic to you.

 

 

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Share this information with your coworkers, family members, and other web junkies that will appreciate this post! From the hilarious to the bizarre, these are some of the best viral videos the web has to offer.

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"We Saw Your Boobs" -- A Great Night for Oscar

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Okay. This is the first Oscar show I've ever seen that was really funny. Seth McFarland was good. "We saw your boobs" must be the funniest song to ever open the ceremonies. Otherwise, it was an int...

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I never watch the Oscars. If I ever were to watch a good one, I just missed it! The opener was hilarious. Did you notice some of the reactions from the audience…some of the ‘ladies’ did not seem to care for it at all! Um-m-m? Was he singing about one of them? The Grey Poupon commercial was a hoot! Of course, they always were!

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Marilyn Armstrong's curator insight, February 25, 2013 5:08 PM

Ignore the critics. This was great stuff!