LOL! Too funny! That first one especially had me cracking up. Makes me glad I'm not a mummy! XD
Funny! Yeah, first one is best.
Hehe - happy hump day to you, too, Lexa :)
Mummy jokes from Egypt. Love it!
You started my day with a smile.
Hahaha! I so needed these, today. I'm with Alex. The first one is genius!
Ha! Mummy humor. Very funny. :D
Oh my goodness, those are awesome!
Hahaha! first one was too funny.
Okay, those are really funny. Especially the first one.
Hehehe, thanks for a great giggle! Love that first one. =)
Such a cute post!
I don't think the mummy in that first cartoon can afford to "...spare a square," as they said on Seinfeld. Funny stuff here. Thanks.
What a great way to start the day! I'm giggling away here, hoping I'm not so loud I'm waking my whole house up.
Lol! The first is my fav, too!
Those are hilarious. I especially like the first one. Thanks for the giggles, Lexa, and for your sweet message on my blog.Be well.xoRobyn
lol! Thanks for the chuckles.
Happy hump day to you, too! Thanks for the laughs. I especially liked the first one. (What? I like potty humor...)
Hahaha! Thanks for the laugh. A nice way to end the day. Happy Hump Day to you.
Thanks, I needed the laughs :).......dhole
Ha...loved them, especially the first one.
Nice! Thanks for the chuckles. :)
Hey Lexa,I loved this and they are all very clever photos, yes especially the first one. I hope you don't mind me mentioning that it reminds me of something about Egypt, also. Early historical records indicate that cooking shows were happening long before the invention of television. Cooking shows were popular in ancient Egypt. For instance, one particular Pharaoh had a very popular cooking show held in his kitchen. It was titled, 'Ramses' Kitchen Nightmares'. A group of invited Egyptian guests would be entertained in his kitchen as Ramses awed them with his culinary prowess. His speciality was a wonderful concoction with an exceptionally spicy bean as the main ingredient. They would find, much to their delight, after consuming said meal; that they could all toot in common. Ah, ancient Egyptian food...just like mummy used to make.
I can't decide what's more entertaining - the funny mummies or Gary's parody of "Ramses Kitchen Nightmares":) Wish that mummy was around when we were out of tp the other day:)
Hee! Much needed chuckle for the afternoon.
These are quite hilarious! Lexa, I am adding your blog to my blogroll. Don't know why I didn;t think of doing that earlier, because I really like your blog. :)
Love these! Writer’s Mark
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