Just for Laughs
Q: What do you call 53 millionaires around a TV watching the Super Bowl?
A: The Dallas Cowboys.
Q: Why was the pig ejected from the football game?
A: For playing dirty.
Q: Did you hear about the punter player who lived passed a 100?
A: He’s still alive and kicking.
Q: Where do football players go shopping in the offseason?
A: The tackle shop.
Q: Why is a referee like an angry chicken?
A: They both have foul mouths.
Q: Why can’t you play football in the jungle?
A: Because there are too many cheetahs.
Q: What does a football player do when he loses his eyesight?
A: Become a referee.
Q: What do you call a monkey that wins the Super Bowl? A: A chimpion.
Q:Why did the football coach shake the vending machine?
A: Because he needed a quarter back.
June is often considered a “summer month”, whereas September is not. This is despite the fact that September has twice as many summer days as June.
The Harvest Moon was named because it rises within a half-hour of when the sun sets. In early days, when farmers had no tractors, it was essential that they work by the light of the moon to bring in the harvest. This moon is the fullest moon of the year. It gives a lot of light throughout the entire night. No other lunar spectacle is as awesome as the Harvest Moon.
The legend surrounding the “lady living in the moon” dates back to ancient times, to a day when ten suns appeared at once in the sky. The Emperor ordered a famous archer, Hou Yi, to shoot down the nine extra suns. Once the task was accomplished, the Goddess of the Western Heaven rewarded the archer with a pill that would make him immortal. However, his wife, Chang Er, found the pill, took it, because Hou Yi was a tyrant, and was banished to the moon as a result.