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Friday, March 13, 2009

Ledbetter Lunacy - Episode 13



In dubious honor of Friday the 13th, what else could better improve your luck for the day than another episode of ...


~~LEDBETTER LUNACY~~







And once again, if you have a spare moment, please click the button at the top of the right column to vote for my blog. Thanks!

24 comments:

Anonymous said...

You know that digging in ones ear is a pleasure that us rednecks love. The subject will not be mentioned by me. See ya,
Oren

Donna M. Kohlstrom said...

Still laughing as I write this comment! Love the stories especially the drawings! Can't wait to read another episode!

Rebecca Nazar said...

Thanks for the chuckles :-)

giddymomof6 said...

LOLOL! OMGosh! Hehehehe! That's sooo funny! Serves him right for leaving the house when you had plenty of good food at home! LOL! LOVE it! And voting now! Oh! I'm doing an antique book giveaway on my blog! Jenni

Helen Ginger said...

That was totally cute. I especially loved his ring tone song. You started my day off with a laugh --and I didn't even realize it was Friday the 13th!
Helen
http://straightfromhel.blogspot.com

kimmi said...

Love the funny fridays, Angie!! SaaWHeet way for me to kick start my day! Have a great weekend!

Embee said...

I'm such an antique, I don't even know how those blue tooth thingies work. Why would you need electronics plugged into your head?!

Debbie said...

Yes. Technology is wasted on our generation!

DebraLSchubert said...

Too darn funny! Maybe he could go to the doc and have his ear permanently turned into a Blue Tooth? (And why on earth do they call that thing a "tooth"???) I bet there are a lot of folks out there who'd be standing in line for that lovely procedure! Let us know if he starts twittering. That could get real ugly real fast...;-)

jinksy said...

Technology sucks...

Ang said...

LOL...I can't quit laughing. I personally don't own a blue tooth and I think it is so silly looking when people walk into my office with one sticking out of their ear. You never know if they are talking to YOU or someone on the phone...LOL. Love the "sub grub"...and my husband actually goes to Subway just for the $5.00 footlong. He loves a deal. Great episode!

Angie Ledbetter said...

LOL, true, Oren. And you can mention it as you please. Rufus is used to us mocking him with our fingers in our ears saying, "hello? hello?" or "Can ya hear me now?" :)

Thanks, Donna & Rebecca. Glad ya enjoyed.

You got dat right, Jenni! (And I'll be over shortly to enter your contest.)

Helen, hope your whole day goes great!

U2, Kimmi friend.

Embee, made me laugh. It's supposed to leave your hands free while driving, etc. The romance has def worn off for Rufus and his Blue Tooth!

Sadly true, Debbie. I'm just thankful I can sorta use my puter.

Debra L., a sergical implant might be an idea...but it would interfere with his tv headphones AND the hearing aid! LOL And I wondered about the name too. Why not a Blue Ear?

Why, Jinksy, I never! (hehe) :)

Ang, wonder if our hubs are related? The sub grub hubs??? LOL

Michelle H. said...

Glad the Ledbetter Lunacies are back. I was starting to get sleep deprieved. lol! Easy technology, my butt!

Literary Nut said...

LOL too funny! Thanks for sharing!

Sandra Leigh said...

Gotta get me one of those teeth. Once upon a time, if I saw somebody walking down the street, talking to himself, I would feel sorry for him, the poor demented soul. Nowadays, it looks as if everybody under 50 is demented. Come to think of it, I could just walk down the street, talking to myself - and fit right in! ;>)

Barbara said...

Angie, I'm still voting. Good luck!

Terri Tiffany said...

LOL My husband used to use one and I never really liked it cause he was always walking and talking to the air.
I love your drawings as always! Wow--you put effort into your blogs!

colbymarshall said...

Can I just say how much I love the term "cellular gadgetry store"?

Angie Ledbetter said...

LOL, Michelle, I concur on the "easiness" of it all. Glad you can get some sleep now! :)

Glad you likey, Literary.

There ya go, Sandra! (PS King Rufus is way past 50.) LOL

Barbara, thanks so much!

It's truly a "labor of love" for me, Terri. Gives some structure and creativity to an otherwise nutso life. :)

Colby, you're welcome to use it whenever and however you can. LOL

Lynnette Labelle said...

Love the stories and the pics. Have a great day!

Lynnette Labelle
http://lynnettelabelle.blogspot.com

Jenna said...

I think I just peed my pants...just a little ;).

Angie Ledbetter said...

Thanks, Lynette.

LMBBO, Jenna. Poor ol' Rufus will never ever live this one down with 3 teenagers seeing/hearing the entire episode!!!

bernthis said...

I was using my land line the other day. I dialed the number and then went to press "send".

Deb Shucka said...

Belly laughing here.

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