A day for a laugh

All for a bit of fun and a day off from writing my own blog (!), sent to me via email by a friend Ian G @gladbags with Semantic Dementia, proving even people with dementia still have a sense of humour… Enjoy!


listen-to-me-My wife and I had words,

but I didn’t get to use mine.



I just took a leaflet out of my mailbox,

informing me that I can have sex at 73

I’m so happy, because I live at number 71.

So it’s not too far to walk home afterwards.

And it’s the same side of the street.

I don’t even have to cross the road!


Answering machine message,

“I am not available right now,

but thank you for caring enough to call.

I am making some changes in my life.

Please leave a message after the beep.

If I do not return your call,

you are one of the changes.”


Frustration is trying to find your glasses

without your glasses.


Blessed are those who can

give without remembering

and take without forgetting.  


The irony of life is that,

by the time you’re old enough to know your way around,

you’re not going anywhere.


God made man before

woman so as to give him time

to think of an answer for her first question.


I was always taught to respect my elders,

but it keeps getting harder to find one.


Every morning is the dawn of a new error.


Aspire to inspire before you expire.



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