Give Peas A Chance.

There was this little boy once upon a time, on a play date with two other little boys, one of whom was my (not so big) son. All sat around the table, munching and chattering away contently.

Watching them, suddenly became hilarious. This same little boy put a pea into his glass of water and announced it was now “Pea flavoured water”

(I was amazed at how clearly I understood him!)

On cue, the other boys laughed with him. I tried hard to contain and suppress my laughter, being amongst another parent.

Tonight… my little mischievous monkey could not resist trying to put peas into someone’s glass of orange squash. And there’s me, reminiscing the joke all over again.

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“Give peas a chance.”

😜

~ SJ (Sara Jae)

Simple Sign Language

“Alfred stuck to simple sign language when anyone mentioned his birthday!”

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I saw this card whilst I was browsing for a suitable birthday card, for a relative of mine and I just had to take a photo of it. 🙂

Less is more.

~ SJ (Sara Jae)

The Coca-Cola Salesman.

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This was my giggle of the day…

“A disappointed sales man of Coca-Cola returned from his assignment to Saudi Arabia.

A friend asked, “Why weren’t you successful with the Saudi’s?”

The sales man explained, “When i got posted, I was very confident that I would make a good sales pitch. But I had a problem. I didn’t know how to speak Arabic. So I planned to convey the message through three posters.

First poster: A man lying in the hot desert sand totally exhuasted and fainting.

Second poster: The man is drinking Coca-Cola.

Third poster: Our man is now totally refreshed.

And these posters were pasted all over the place.

“Terrific! That should have worked!” said the friend.

“The hell it should have!” said the salesman, “No one told me they read from right to left!”

🙂

~ SJ (Sara Jae)