UNWRITER Ron Berry

July 26, 2009

Who’s in Charge?

Filed under: humor — unwriter1 @ 6:18 pm

“What is all that racket John?”

“I have no idea dad. Let’s check it out.”

John opened the kitchen door, only to see a potato whiz by his dad’s ear. It splattered against the dining room table (it was a leftover baked potato).

“I told you he was half baked.”

“Ha! Did you see how he splattered out there?”

Wow! Those raw celery sticks get nasty don’t they? Ok, back to our story.

“John, I think you better go close that refrigerator door.”

“Yeah. I got a big steak in this.”

“Potato tossing celery and a sassy freezer? I’m not going out there!”

“Good point. I know how hot those radishes can get and if that jar of horseradish gets opened…”

“Hey celery, give it here, I can see better than you.”

“You trying to peanut butter me up carrot?”

“Hmm, that is an idea, but no. I can throw big bowls of battered butter better.”

The fight was on. This was the ultimate food fight. Thankfully the canned goods decided to sit this one out.

“Been there” Said Lima

“Holy cow dad! Now we’re getting plastered.”

“Sorry son, the yolks on you. Those were the eggs mom boiled yester…

DUCK!”

“That wasn’t duck, that was a chicken wing. Sorta answers the question of which came first, the chicken or the egg.”

“STOP IT! RIGHT NOW!”

“Go get ‘em Mom.”

The fight was over. There was a mess and the guys earned the privilege of cleaning up.

Yup – Mom rules the roost.

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3 Comments »

  1. Thanks for the chuckles and smiles this morning, they were right on thyme – pun ALMOST as well as intended as all of yours.:)

    The Old Silly

    Comment by Marvin D Wilson — July 27, 2009 @ 4:46 am | Reply

  2. Cute, Ron Twain! What a cute play on words!!! I enjoyed this!

    Comment by Carol — July 27, 2009 @ 5:20 am | Reply

  3. Very punny post, Ron! Good job.

    Comment by Joyce Scarbrough — July 28, 2009 @ 10:55 am | Reply


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