Wikipedia also made a second, lesser known edit: After 10 minutes the penguin yelled, "I canna take this shite no more", flipped Piper Kerr the bird and waddled off in a fit of anger.Loved the drone sighting and the Hamster's Public Service Announcement too -- thanks for the belly laughs this morning, Debra!
Will it be haggis for supper tonight? (Love the wee hamster!) -Jenn
How many of us will now be trying to entertain kids with home made recorder bagpipes.?
Four musicians of the apocalypse is genius! I feel the Burn!
Happy day! Love that second meme.
I was expecting to see Bernie in there somewhere lol!
Aye love the pipes - Liathach the Gaelic wonder horse does too. Nice post - perhaps I will make a shepard's pie in celebration as I am not about to eat haggis.
Scotland, is on the list of places to visit someday. Been close, but not quite there.
:) Sending love, Theo Thunderbutt and cat.
I like bagpipe music...in small doses. and a man in a kilt is sexy!
Little known fact/theory: Some historians believe that bagpipes originate from ancient Egypt and were brought to Scotland by invading Roman Legions. In Italy, the bagpipe or zampogne, (not to be confused with a Zamboni)are still a traditional musical instrument, especially during processions around the Feast of St. Nicholas and certain Christmas carols. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l2Gs3DjE_Hc
HAHA! These were so funny, especially the last one!
hahahaha...all good ones!
That last one! ::snap::
My maternal grandmother longed for a career as a professional singer. Unfortunately for her career plans, she had three children (later, a 4th, and you could also count her husband as a 5th), and she said they always acted up when she tried to practice her voice exercises. Nevertheless, she had a good voice and received numerous invitations from Bobbie Burns clubs to sing. She also was invited to sing for KDKA, a fledgling radio station in Pittsburgh, PA, because she could "sing loud."
These are great.
Have no idea who Robbie Burns is but these are all great.
Oh my gosh, the last one made me laugh way too hard. We went to a Scottish festival one year and they did a Caber toss - Wow! Just wow!Elsie
Hello Debra, I have several cheap recorders and Flute-o-phones lying around. If I can get them together, I am definitely going to try the garbage bag trick!--Jim
Love these! Feel the Burns!
Thanks for the laughs..Good ones!!Love the kilt flip..He's pretty well built!! and the MM kilt moment.Enjoy your week..
I'll sip a wee dram in his honor tonight.
If I ever wear a kilt I will be commando. And I will go find a windy place to stand.
My eldest son has a kilt made from a tartan designed especially for the school he attended in Scotland. He was born in Scotland too.
I laughed so hard at the Four Musicians of the Apocalypse that I startled Monsieur Pierre! Laughed the rest of the way through, too. Have you seen/heard any of the Sea Shanty songs going viral, Debra? Check out Nathan Evans, a bonnie young Scotsman! https://youtu.be/u8QpbqDT7tE
@ e -- You are a psychic! My post on Saturday is going to concern that exact sea shanty! I'm crazy for it!
Yes!Men on Kilts!! Yes, yes, yes!Did you know I like men in Kilts?Oh, the memories... and I ain't talking Braveheart.XOXO
Seeing as how I'm a quarter Scots, I'm all for men in kilts playing bagpipes :)
A lovely celebration.
Brilliant Deb!! Big Hugs!
Hahaha. These are hysterical. I especially love the "don't get kilt" one.Thanks for the chuckles, Debra.
Before the first day of classes at my daughter's prep school, they held an "opening convocation" in the chapel. The ceremony always commenced with a man in a kilt walking down the center aisle playing bagpipes--something I've also seen in some movies about fancy-schmancy schools. I've never known what the significance was of the bagpipes.Love,Janie
I tried to imitate a Scottish accent for this comment, but it kept sounding Irish, so I gave up.
Thanks, Debra, another hilarious lot of images! I do like the flying bagpipes! The four musicians of the apocalypse are what I hope to hear when we all get left behind in the Rapture! One year I’d like to celebrate Burns Night, despite not being Scottish. It must b3 good fun!
Nice.Home Improvement had an entire episode devoted to one of those Highland Games and it featured Tim Taylor wearing one commando.
Ahhh, such a great moment of fun...thank you!
These are all so funny, but the last one with the grass really got me!
I think the bag pipes would get more respect if they were given a more respectable name like Oboe or Bassoon.
you still have the bagpipes record I sent you years ago?
I had a friend who played the pipes; I was one of his only friends :-)
@ Jackiesue -- Oh yes, I still have it! Every once in awhile, I pull out my record player and play it! I love bagpipes.
I actually enjoy the sound of bagpipes every now and again. Oh sure, I don't think I'd like it as meditation music or a backdrop for a romantic evening, but otherwise, they're fine.
The Wikipedia edit had me rolling!
I have a friend whose daughter was born on this day and it helps me remember her birth date, let me tell you!
Those are great Debra lol! I love the Marylin Monroe one, and the hunky kilt-wearin' he man! :)
hahahaHILARIOUS !!!!!!!!!!!!!1last one has won the race
These are great, Debra! Love the drone sighting and grass cutting!
Love the make-your-own bagpipes one. Ooo, can you imagine?
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