Faith is not certainty so much as it is acting-as-if in great hope.
oh dear oh dear!Now, what should be said about that??!!!!!
margaret, I thought twice about posting because the humor is based on sexist assumptions. I thought especially hard about the bottom illustration, but I've been present, on occasion, when the very thing happened. As soon as the people were out of earshot, the group of women began to rip them apart. So I'd say it's quite human, though the best side of humanity is not on display.
And if we can't laugh at it, well.... shame on us!
Well, it made me smile, which is why I decided to go ahead.
It made me smile too!
There you go. I feel better now. :-)
Sexist but still funny! Possibly fits in the "blast from the past" category.
whiteycat, we'd have very little humor around if we didn't gore the ox of anyone or any group.
I have heard that human foibles r the base of humor. I'd say this pretty accurate and funny! First smile of the day!nij
As Jane Austen said:"I hope that I never ridicule what is wise or good. Follies and nonsense, whims and inconsistencies do divert me, I own, and I laugh at them whenever I can."Me, too.
A cartoon that reminds me, "Thank God I'm Genderqueer!"
Well then... :-)
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