Today is Monday… This day is considered to be mostly blue and is hated by Garfield and most people in the working world. Well, Monday doesn’t have to be blue, so get your foot out of your arse and enjoy today’s batch of Random Funnies (also known as “photos designed to turn frowns upside down”). The aim of this exercise is to help you to take life a little less seriously. Life is supposed to be fun, not dull and boring (and almost everyone knows that, even you).
Today’s batch of photos feature a very photogenic baby and his parents, a ridiculous movie poster, someone who doesn’t like to tell lies, an interesting warning sign at a party or gathering, some greens that can be used for cheating on your diet, an interesting observation about Disney’s men and their pets in animated movies, the reason why Disney made Hercules a ginger, a very aggressive sign in a bathroom, a cat who is being a jerk, an idiot try to sell “merchandise” on Twitter, a dog that is a “Labtrathor”, proof that women are NOT the weaker sex, a vegetarian hunter (yes, you get those… apparently), the death of pizza delivery man porn, an example of Irish Yoga, an example of a cat gang, a disappointed toddler, a sign that got lost in translation, another sign that got lost in translation and very random and funny advert in an apartment building. I trust that at least one of these Random Funnies will make you laugh, so have a look below.
So, which one of these Random Funnies made you laugh? Was it Labrathor or was it the Vegetarian hunter? Leave a comment and let me know. Feedback is appreciated and welcome here. If this article has turned your Monday frown upside down, feel free to share this article with your friends on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. Remember: Sharing is caring.
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