Friday, March 2, 2007

Word play - Palindromes

"Damn! I, Agassi, miss again! Mad!"

"To Idi Amin: I'm a idiot!"

"No, Mel Gibson is a casino's big lemon."

"So, G. Rivera's tots are Virgos. "

"Sis, ask Costner to not rent socks "as is.""

"E. Borgnine drags Dad's gardening robe."

"Toni Tennille fell in net. I, not!"

"T. Eliot nixes sex in toilet."

"O, Geronimo; no minor ego."

"Plan no damn Madonna LP! "

"Yawn. Madonna fan? No damn way!"

"Wonder if Sununu's fired now."

"So… Mariah Carey, a LP, a player… a chair, Amos!"

"Drat Sadat, a dastard!"

"Drat Saddam, a mad dastard!"

"Oh, no! Don Ho!"

"Sir, a plan, a canal; Paris."

I don't remember the site, but that's really a wonderful weblink with full of palindromes

Thursday, March 1, 2007

Budget - Jokes

Usha mami, decided it was time to trim her household budget wherever possible, so rather than having her dress in a washing machine, she washed it by hand.

Proud of her savings, she boasted to her husband Kicha mama, "Just think, honey, we're eight dollars richer because I washed my dress by hand."

"Good," her husband Kicha mama replied. "Wash it again!"

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Kicha mama, the economist, had a debate with two other professionals, an architect and a surgeon.

The surgeon said, 'Look, we're the most important. God's a surgeon because the very first thing God did was to extract Eve from Adam's rib.'

The architect said, 'No, wait a minute, God is an architect. God made the world in seven days out of chaos.'

Kicha mama, the economist smiled, 'And who made the chaos?'

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Usha mami once asked Kicha mama, the great economist, for his office phone number and he gave her an estimate.