Colonel Sander’s mom: I’d don’t care, how good the chicken is—stop lickin’ your fingers.
Jesse James’ mom: Not just in the bank, wear your mask all over town, young man.
Charles Pfizer’s mom: The “P” is silent but you are not. Quiet down, I’m watching Wheel of Fortune (fyi… Charles Pfizer lived from 1824-1906. I’m not sure Wheel of Fortune had premiered yet.).
Macbeth’s Mom: Wash your hands (a little Shakespearian humor)
Neil Armstrong’s mom: What do I have to do to keep you from going into crowds? Send you to the moon?
Chuck Noland’s Mom (the guy Tom Hanks portrayed in Castaway): Quit complaining about being alone. At least Wilson didn’t talk back. Try quarantining with a fifth grader who has no interest in learning math and you have no idea how to teach it.
George Costanza’s mom: If you are going to be a hand model make sure you use hand sanitizer. Oven mitts and hand sanitizer. (Obscure Seinfeld referenced joke).
Mike Tyson’s mom: You think that heavyweight hits hard, wait until that lil’ nurse gives you two jabs in the arm.
Bill Gates’ mom: If you thought the Windows 97 virus was bad…
Luke Skywalker’s mom: The Pfizer is strong in this one.
Those are all dumb.
This Sunday is my annual Tie Wearing Sunday, aka Mother’s Day. I preach in a tie to honor my mom (she liked it when I would wear a tie). Now that she’s in heaven, I doubt that she cares that I have a tie on or not. Still I wear one to remember her. Hope you can honor your mom or the special ladies in your life—one of the best ways is bring them (or join them) in church.
Where, oh where do you find these things??!!!😀
In my brain, Margot, in my brain. Many Blessings! See you Sunday!