Saturday, February 24, 2007

If Women Controlled The World

My daughter sent me this. It's an e-mail that is going around the world to support breast cancer research.

I think it's hilarious. Thanks, Elle!












This woman is walking the World for Breast Cancer. Please pass her on so that she can reach her destination. Say a prayer for all those who are affected by this terrible disease. She's walking around the world - via e-mail!!

54 comments:

Thailand Gal said...

Very good! The wall of TP is rather impressive. :)


Peace,

~Chani

heartinsanfrancisco said...

It is. And every one is on a roller 'cause women know how to do that.

Bob said...

My wife has occasionally threatened me with the procedure shown in the last cartoon.

MsLittlePea said...

:o)I could have used that 'any' key when I was learning this contraption.

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Bob,

I bet you shaped up in a hurry.

Ms. Pea,

Or better yet, a telepathic computer that just knows what you mean and types it. Kind of like a secretary, or a wife.

Stewart Sternberg said...

Okay, the MANOGRAM frightens me.

thethinker said...

Haha, that's great. Especially the Manogram.

Dave said...

Thaks for the cancer support reminder as well as the jpgs! :-)

meno said...

Thanks for the smiles. I think that penis cancer is a serious issue and every man should get a manogram every year after they turn 40.

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Stewart,

It frightens me for you.

Thinker,

Hee hee.

Dave,

It is a serious issue, but that spoonful of sugar helps.

Meno,

I'm sure you're onto something, and I, for one, will do everything I can to promote penis health at least once a year.

mist1 said...

I wish cars were organized by color.

Lone Grey Squirrel said...

I'm a missing something? I thought women already controlled the world.

Thanks for supporting the cancer cause.

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Mist,

And shoes, too. Did you see the shoedriver?

Squirrel,

We do. But there's always room for improvement.

Miao said...

Cute!

Jay said...

I totally relate to the red car, blue car theme. Too bad that doesn't happen in real life.

djn said...

I wonder where I can get that computer mouse. I could use that.

Lee said...

That hammer and screwdriver kit killed me.

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Miao,

Thank you for coming by. You have a very cool blog, although I can't read the Chinese part of it. I wish I could.

Jay,

It would make finding my car a lot easier in public parking garages when I can't remember where I parked. Or maybe not: My car is white.

Djn,

If that's your color. It looks pretty basic, and sooo useful.

Lee,

I liked that one, too. It only comes in one color -- girly pink.

furiousBall said...

Is it wrong that the dickogram kinda turned me on?

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Fball,

I'm not gonna touch that one.

urban-urchin said...

That's hilarious! I love the toliet seat chained down. The number of times I've fallen in to the loo in the middle of the night....

Yes the manogram should be instituted as a yearly procedure from 40 on...

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Urchin,

Few things make me angrier than a post-midnight splash. I shouldn't have to turn on the light since I know where everything is.

The manogram is only fair. Why should women have all the fun?

Odat said...

Cute...I've seen this and love it...great cause too!
Peace

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Odat,

Yes, a great cause for sure.

As is the one regarding chained down toilet seats.

Jocelyn said...

I can't get beyond Furiousball's comment. Yes, Furiousball, it's wrong, honey. I don't know who's been mean to you, but you can escape the Manogram-turn-on-trap.

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Jocelyn,

The doctor is in. 5 cents. Don't yank the football.

Ryane said...

I have seen this email before and I think it is brilliant. The TP wall is hilarious, as is the Manogram. HAHa.

goodthomas said...

Very funny stuff.

Though embarassed to be a man.

They just have to come up with a better way to check for breast cancer than mammograms -- that is just not fair. For anyone.

Bob said...

I have recently stopped turning on the bathroom light at night, it makes going back to sleep easier. Since it is dark, I sit down to do my business.

And I NEVER forget to make sure the seat is down.

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Ryane,

I get a lot of forwarded e-mails, and most are stupid. I thought this one was funny, and that it served a good cause.

Thomas,

We all wish they would build a better mousetrap. And yes, that IS a suitable analogy.

Bob,

You get a gold star for that.

You're a Gold Star Pisser.

Christina_the_wench said...

No self-respecting woman would use her heel for a hammer. It might break. Cmon!

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Christina,

You're so right. The one or two times I may have had to use a shoe for a hammer, I held it by the heel and smacked the nail with the sole, which didn't work very well either.

I have hammers in several sizes. I do not have any in pink, however.

Cece said...

I love it! I do have to say, I'm pretty lucky b/c Mister puts the toilet seat down about 90% of the time.

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Cece,

So does Flip. He likes living.

velvet girl said...

Oh, how funny.

I have to say that I like the toilet seat chain thing the best. I'm lucky in that hubby leaves the seat and lid down every time, but it's more to prevent having to retrieve items that might get knocked in (the previous owner put the medicine cabinet partly above the toilet... how stupid is that?).

Still, I've been there. Ew.

-velvet

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Velvet,

The seat and lid stay down in our house, too. But I have had the delightful and refreshing baptism by toilet experience in the past.

Pickled Olives said...

Hey! They have my screwdriver set!!!

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Olives,

I have the same set, except mine is blue. The Barbie Pink one was a little too girly.

Pendullum said...

This is very heartfelt for me as I have lost three good friends to breast cancer...

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Pendullum,

I'm so sorry. It affect most of us in some way, but three close friends is three more than your share of heartache.

I have trouble understanding why they haven't found a cure yet.

katrice said...

I like the Manogram.

I'm hoping medical science is humane enough to come up with a painless mammogram machine by the time I'm 40. My life hangs in the balance.

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Katrice,

I hope so, too.

Remember that family history can be overridden, and is not a death sentence.

jali said...

I think I'll get a little creative and make a tin foil chain to put over the toilet seat - I want to see what A will do.

Kevin Charnas said...

HHAA!! These are great.

Kevin Charnas said...

Except the manogram one. I'm not too fond of that idea. :0

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Jali,

You're such a fun-loving girl. Please let us know how he reacts.

Kevin,

It isn't pretty, and could probably be used with great success to interrogate prisoners of war.

Michael C said...

Very funny! Although the manogram hurt a little to see ;-)

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Michael,

What is it with you guys? Every one of you commented on the manogram, and nobody noticed the pretty flowers in the bowling alley. Sheesh.

Lone Grey Squirrel said...

Hey, there's pretty flowers in the bowling alley......that's just not natural!

I don't know why the rest of the guys are so upset about the manogram. That's nothing compared with the "nuts-cracker". Trust the squirrel on this.

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Squirrel,

I gather you're not talking about that clever little device that cracks walnuts and pecans for me.

You're right. I'll have to trust you on this.

Could you bring your ruffled shark over for a visit? I'm very taken with him.

CSL said...

Found my way here via Lone Grey Squirrel's blog. I think you were the only other person besides me who thought the frilled shark was beautiful, so I though I'd better visit. About the manogram - I have often thought that if the only way to check for testicular cancer was by pressing them between two plates of glass, researchers would come up with an alternate method in about three seconds. Wish they would for us!

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Csl,

I agree that far more time, money and effort is put into curing specifically male diseases than female ones. (Men can get breast cancer, but it's rare. Women, as far as I know, do NOT get testicular cancer. Ever.)

I'm so glad you came by. I visited you back and bookmarked your blog for easy access.

Pawlie Kokonuts said...

Clever. But I suggest in addition to the 'any' key you add the 'or' key. peace.

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Pawlie and/or Laughorist,

Thanks for the suggestion. I'll get right on it.