Friday Funny August 30, 2019 That Town Was So Small

Happy Friday!  Happy Labor Day Weekend! Hopefully you were able to get out and go somewhere over the summer for a little vacation break.  Travel often takes through a variety of places including some small towns.  How small?  I am glad you asked.

Enjoy!

Baskin-Robbins only has three ice cream flavors.

You had to step out of the city limits in order to change your mind.

The nickname for the city jail is amoeba because it only has one cell.

McDonalds only has one Golden Arch and the nearest one is 15 miles away.

Instead of a 7-11 they have a 3.5 – 5.5.

The New Year’s baby was born in April.

The “Welcome To” and “Thanks for Visiting “ signs are frnt and back of the same sign.

You have to go to the next town to find 2nd Street..

A “Night on the Town” only takes about ten minutes.

The Subway restaurant that serves foot-long sandwiches cannot fit within the city limits.

You do not bother using  signal turns because everyone already knows where you are going.

Big social events are scheduled around when the high school gym floor is being varnished.

You call a wrong number and the person who answers can give you the correct number for the person you are trying to call..

There is no point in high-school reunions because everyone knows what everyone else is doing anyway.

School gets canceled for state sporting events.

It was cool to date someone from a different high-school.

The golf course had only three holes.

Anyone you are looking for can be found at either the Dairy Queen or Wal-Mart.

Directions are given using the one ad only stop light as a reference.

Weekend excitement involves a trip to the grocery store.

Your teachers remember when they taught your parents.

The best burgers in town are at the four-lane bowling ally. 

THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK

The three horrors of modern life — talk without meaning, desire without love, work without satisfaction. ~Mignon McLaughlin, The Neurotic’s Notebook, 1960

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