Digging For Bones

Funny Friday

In Funny Friday on September 17, 2010 at 11:49 am

Here are some Jokes for Friday:


A library is a somewhat easy place to annoy the people sitting around you, but for those of you with less then stellar creativity, we have made a list of things you can do…
(only listing the best ones)

1. While pointing to a very simple word, like ‘the’, ask the person next to you if he/she can pronounce it for you.
2. Suddenly look over at him/her, and say, “You’re one of THEM!”
3. Read your book. Upside down.
4. Read silently, and then as if speaking to the character in your book, say, “No, Jim! It’s a trap! Don’t do it!!” Then turn to the person and reply solemnly, “He did it.” when he/she looks at you.
5. Bring a bag or purse, and peer into it and say, “Got enough air in their?” or, “Settle down in there. I’m trying to read!” 
6. Announce the page number each time you turn a page.
7. Spell every single word as you read it.

Watch this!!


  1. This is really funny….have you ever done any of them?

  2. Hahah no but I might have to after this 🙂

  3. Okay- First off those library comments are so funny only I think you should sit in the kids section and do them and see what the reaction is. I'm going to do it in the YA section and see what the teens do. I might have to do it at a chain book store as there are rarely any teens in the YA section at my library.

    Second that video was hysterical!! Where do you find these things? I was laughing so hard I couldn't catch my breath. So many ways to look at Twilight. I loved that he thought Carlisle was a girl. No one at my house would get it but effing hilarious! Thanks for the laugh!

    And TAG your it. There's a game of tag go on all around the international blogs and I've tagged you. Come visit and see what you have to do. It helps us get to know you better. With your sense of humor, I knew I needed to get to know you better!!!


  4. Glad you enjoyed the jokes 😀

  5. +JMJ+

    LOL at #7! =P That would be annoying anywhere!

  6. Lu- Sent the library suggestions to my 8th grader's English teacher. She loved the suggestions and was going to try some of them out on her husband. She said the page number one would drive him up the wall!

    Buried in Books

  7. Haha glad I could help 🙂

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