“A rolling stone gathers no moss”

What’s wrong with a little fungus? Ever heard of Penicillin?


“The road less traveled”

Is usually a long detour full of pot holes.


“Though this be madness, yet there is method in it”

I prefer a sound mind over methodology.


“You’ve lost your marbles”

The kids probably picked them up to play with.


“Read between the lines”

So that’s why I had so much trouble in history class.


“It is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma”

You just described my state of mind.


“Many a true word is spoken in jest”

Do I look like I’m laughing?


“Milk of human kindness”

Got milk? It does others good.


“Paddle your own canoe”

Because mine’s full of holes and sinking.


“A picture is worth a thousand words”

Sometimes one word says it all.

Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand dollars!


“A place for everything and everything in it’s place”

I haven’t been to a museum in a very long time.


“Play fast and loose”

It’s the only way to keep the ping-pong ball in play.


“Pot calling the kettle black”

Spoon calling the fork silverware.


“Preaching to the choir”

With your back to them? How rude!


“Put a sock in it”

But once it goes in the dryer you’ll never see it again!


“Putting the cart before the horse”

Wouldn’t it take a lot longer for him to push it?


“Get off your high horse”

He’s headed straight for that low hanging limb!


“Give a man a fish and you’ll feed him for a day”

Better make it thirty then.


“Give up the ghost”

Never! Run, Casper, and don’t ever let them see you here again!


“Go out on a limb”

Remember though, make the cut in front of you, not behind you!


“Graveyard shift”

Make heap-big headstones crack.


“Goody two-shoes”

I had no idea what happened to one of them; found it packed in my other suitcase!



Think about it, Jesus must have had opportunity to laugh!