Learning with a smile on your face.

Check out today’s Teatime Titbit: Fun on Friday. Learning with a smile on your face.

“There’s many a true word spoken in jest“ as the saying goes and Whatsapp or FB help us pass on those wonderful little titbits and bring a smile to their face. Thankfully I have my sources for daily smiles and what a better time to share these than in a ‘Fun on Friday‘ post.

A common topic, which often tickles my fancy is the tried and true men/women or husband/wife. So here goes,

Message from a wife to a mother-in-law.

“Dear Mother-in-law.

Don’t teach me how to handle my children. I am living with one of yours and he needs a lot of improvement.“

Here’s some food for thought, which I didn’t want you to miss.

3 kinds of men.

There are 3 kinds of men in this world. Some remain single and make wonders happen. Some have girlfriends and see wonders happen, the rest get married and wonder what happened.

Have a great weekend. TC. Dave

“There’s many a true word spoken in jest“ (Manch wahres Wort wird im Scherz gesprochen), saying (Sprichwort), source (Quelle), to tickle sb’s fancy (jdn reizen), tried & true (altbewährt), mother-in-law (Schwiegermutter), to remain (blieben), wonder (Wunder), to wonder (sich wundern)


2 Gedanken zu „Learning with a smile on your face.

  1. Jenny Antworten

    The mother-in-law message is awesome – and so true! I’ve just sent this saying to my best friend who suffers from strange advices and definitely needs a dose of amusement.

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