Friday, September 10, 2010

Friday Funnies

When the Lord finished the world, He pronounced it good. That is what I said about my first work, too. But Time, I tell you, Time takes the confidence out of these incautious early opinions. 
— Mark Twain

(why it's a bad idea to post everything you are doing on Facebook)



Being a writer is like having homework every night for the rest of your life. 
— Lawrence Kasdan



















I wrote a few children's books ... not on purpose. 
— Steven Wright


You don't write a novel out of sheer pity any more than you blow a safe out of a vague longing to be rich. A certain ruthlessness and a sense of alienation from society is as essential to creative 
writing as it is to armed robbery. 
— Nelson Algren

15 comments:

Stephanie McGee said...

The quotes are awesome but those images may be the best you've ever posted. Thanks for that!

Stina Lindenblatt said...

Totally agree with the homework one, tho this homework is a lot more fun than what I got in school.

Love the horses.

Have a great weekend, Michelle. :D

Dawn said...

love these!

Christine Fonseca said...

hahahaha LOVE THESE@

Matthew Rush said...

OMG Abe Lincoln an facebook ... that's too much. ROTFL!

C. N. Nevets said...

I can't even even count all the things that are cracking me up with that Abe Lincoln gag. It somehow manages to be over-the-top and dry at the same time. I love it.

Carolyn V. said...

LOL. These always give me a smile. Thanks Michelle.

Liza said...

Gosh Mark Twain was funny!

Conda V. Douglas said...

Love the facebook post...thanks!

Eric said...

I absolutely love cats, and that image is hilarious. Thanks for the laugh after a hard day.

Eric said...

I absolutely love cats, and that last image is hilarious. Thanks for a laugh after a hard day.

Jan Markley said...

Love the homework quote - always seems to be something else to do ...

Kelly Barwick said...

That Lincoln image is priceless. Thanks for posting it!

Nicole Zoltack said...

Love the Abe Lincoln one!

Jenn Wilks said...

How funny! I <3 the quote by Mark Twain, and the Facebook one is priceless. Is it all right if I share it on my Facebook page?