Thursday, March 1, 2012

Laugh And The World Laughs With You

Tickling my fancy,  and I am doing OK

"A day without LAUGHTER  is a day wasted"
Charlie Chaplin

Tell me, could you keep a straight face while viewing this?  Hey, the hairdos alone are worth at least one belly laugh.

Hope you have a great weekend and that someone or something will put a smile on your face.



  1. Laughter is GREAT for you heart and your health - loved it. sandie

  2. I cracked up twice- I thought he said his name was "Dickless" and then he sounded so insane doing the laugh! lol! Thanks Arleen, have a super weekend!

  3. They don't write em like that any more! Do you know 'The Laughing Policeman'? England's answer to the above.

  4. Funny! I'll have to play it for the kids. You're right about the hair, that is some serious combing goin' on there!

  5. There's a song which is still played sometimes here, but it was created in the 1920s, called "The Laughiing Policeman" I don't know how the singer, Charles Penrose, manages to sing in time with the music. I love this 1920s music and kids still like the song.

  6. I enjoyed a good giggle. Happy Friday to you! Bonnie

  7. Thanks for the laugh. Hope you have a super weekend, too.

  8. Hi Arleen, I am fairly new to blogging and although I've been writing my own, up until now, haven't really had a chance to look at others. I now have that chance and chanced up this blog which really speaks to me! I have yet to read alot of the previous posts but just wanted to say, I will be a fan and I don't know who this group are, but it gave me a good feeling as I was writing my last post! just what I needed! Thankyou!

  9. Hi Jen,

    Thanks for stopping by. I see that we are both fans of 366 Random Acts of Kindness. It is one of my favorite blogs and the author is an inspiration.

  10. I saw a cardinal on our feeder today and it made me think of you and your blog...that made me smile. :-) Plus, the hair did too. Hope you had a great day!

    1. That is so sweet of you Tracy Jo. The cardinals are still out there in my yard and I enjoy watching them from my window every day.

      My hair is not quite as red as their feathers right now, but there have been some times that it might have been.

  11. Dear Arleen,
    I've never before heard the laughing song! What fun. I had a wide grin on my face all the way through and actually heard myself chuckling mid-way. Thank you!