Sunday Funny

tasha_111
tasha_111 Member Posts: 2,072
edited March 2014 in Breast Cancer #1
The Lone Ranger and Tonto go to the saloon one night, but the bar-keeper remembered Tonto from last time when he overindulged in some fire-water and danced on the piano. So he tells Tonto, he's barred, The Lone Ranger tells him to wait outside, Tonto agrees, "I'll just jog up and down the street to keep warm".......So off he goes, the Lone Ranger goes back to the bar and has a couple of drinks....Then a man races into the bar shouting "Lone Ranger, Lone Ranger..Where Are You!?????'..The Lone Ranger waves to him and asks what his problem is......
The man replies............"Lone Ranger...........You left your Injun running!"



HIHOSILVER!!!!!!!! Jxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Comments

  • jk1952
    jk1952 Member Posts: 613
    That is too cute.

    That is too cute. lol.

    Joyce
  • Kat11
    Kat11 Member Posts: 1,931 Member
    jk1952 said:

    That is too cute.

    That is too cute. lol.

    Joyce

    feeling a bit better today
    feeling a bit better today and thats funny
  • Christmas Girl
    Christmas Girl Member Posts: 3,682 Member
    Kat11 said:

    feeling a bit better today
    feeling a bit better today and thats funny

    Kat11...
    Good to know you're feeling even a little bit better today. Means you'll feel a bit better tomorrow, too.

    Kind regards, Susan

    P.S. TO DEAR J: Thanks for the joke, which added a much needed bright spot to Kat11's day! :-)
  • dmc_emmy
    dmc_emmy Member Posts: 549
    I guess I'm a bit slow...
    I just noticed your GSD in the yard. How old is she/he? The pix is a little hard to see, but he/she looks like a fine-looking dog. I thought you were just a guppy lady that wore turquoise.

    Aren't GSDs great dogs? Though I love several other breeds, I am partial to GSDs and it's the only breed I would ever own.
    dmc
  • tasha_111
    tasha_111 Member Posts: 2,072
    dmc_emmy said:

    I guess I'm a bit slow...
    I just noticed your GSD in the yard. How old is she/he? The pix is a little hard to see, but he/she looks like a fine-looking dog. I thought you were just a guppy lady that wore turquoise.

    Aren't GSDs great dogs? Though I love several other breeds, I am partial to GSDs and it's the only breed I would ever own.
    dmc

    DMC
    That is my beloved Riva. I'd never owned a GSD before and she found us. Stood barking in 4ft of snow wanting to play snowballs..we fell in love with her immediately (even tho we thought it was a HE at first) we eventually traced her owner who told us her life story and said we could keep her. She was a breeder dog but lost her first litter and couldn't carry again, so they spayed her and sold her. She was an outside guard dog for 6 years before she ran off and came to us. We have enjoyed her company greatly for 3 years, she is just so wonderful, obedient, sensitive and loving. Unfortunately she's having a lot of hip problems and going downhill very fast, I just can't make the decission yet though. She weaves, staggers and falls about the house, but you get her in the back garden she's like a puppy again, obviously loving life, galloping about after a football.
    I have her on glocosamine tablets but any suggestions would be more than welcome. She is my best friend.

    Hugs Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • chenheart
    chenheart Member Posts: 5,159
    Honest Injun!
    Being as I lived on the Indian Reservation during treatment ( we recently moved across the street from the Reservation) I always called Reggie "Tonto"...as the old radio show said that Tonto was the "Faithful Indian Companion", and that he surely was! And in keeping with the Lone Ranger theme, I also was convinced that I suffered not from Chemo-brain but Kemo-Sabe Brain!!!

    Thanks for the grins, Ms Tasha!

    Hugs,
    Claudia
  • jk1952
    jk1952 Member Posts: 613
    chenheart said:

    Honest Injun!
    Being as I lived on the Indian Reservation during treatment ( we recently moved across the street from the Reservation) I always called Reggie "Tonto"...as the old radio show said that Tonto was the "Faithful Indian Companion", and that he surely was! And in keeping with the Lone Ranger theme, I also was convinced that I suffered not from Chemo-brain but Kemo-Sabe Brain!!!

    Thanks for the grins, Ms Tasha!

    Hugs,
    Claudia

    Kemo-Sabe Brain

    I think that I must have some of that Kemo-Sabe brain. I often get my well-known facts wrong...when I originally read this, I was thinking that Tonto was the Lone Ranger's horse. Why he would have been in a saloon is beyond me, but I said, well maybe. He must have done a heck of a job on that piano. Then, being from Upstate NY where engine is often pronounced 'injin', I thought the guy was talking about the Lone Ranger's 'horse power'. And, I don't have chemo to blame for my confusion...

    Joyce
  • chenheart
    chenheart Member Posts: 5,159
    jk1952 said:

    Kemo-Sabe Brain

    I think that I must have some of that Kemo-Sabe brain. I often get my well-known facts wrong...when I originally read this, I was thinking that Tonto was the Lone Ranger's horse. Why he would have been in a saloon is beyond me, but I said, well maybe. He must have done a heck of a job on that piano. Then, being from Upstate NY where engine is often pronounced 'injin', I thought the guy was talking about the Lone Ranger's 'horse power'. And, I don't have chemo to blame for my confusion...

    Joyce

    How funny!!!
    Oh My~ I am laughing picturing a horse playing the piano! So, Joyce, with your line of reasoning, when the Lone Ranger yelled "Hi Ho Silver", you figured Silver was his Faithful Indian Companion?!!! You can be forgiven for that; Tonto was played by Jay Silverheels! LOL LOL You have made my day! :-)

    Hugs,
    Claudia
  • lynn1950
    lynn1950 Member Posts: 2,570
    Kat11 said:

    feeling a bit better today
    feeling a bit better today and thats funny

    Hope you're feeling even better today
    Kat11, I hope today is an even better day for you. Where are you at in chemo? My chemo brain has lost track. Sorry to hear you are having problems and glad that you are feeling better. Lynn