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Friday, April 16, 2021

Friday Funnies

In terms of convenience, this one is most definitely a very BIG inconvenience.
Hopefully, no one was inside using this facility when it toppled over.

UPDATE: Speaking of an inconvenience, the weather is certainly that today—these views were taken at 10 a.m. from the 5th floor of our Nashua, NH apt — springtime in New England.
Mother Nature was a bit late with an April Fools' day surprise, especially for motorists.
 
Glad that so many folks enjoyed the egg yolk funnies last week. I also chuckled at some of the ones added in the comments, thanks everyone for the additional laughs.

Enjoy Your Weekend, Everyone
We're going to a free indoor concert

28 comments:

Sandra said...

i hope the wind did this and not a human being...

Barbara Rogers said...

Oh no...someone will have to clean this mess up!

Lois Evensen said...

I'll bet the perps are cow tippers, too. :\

Marcia said...

You have to wonder why someone tipped it over. There likely was someone inside if it was a prank.

robin andrea said...

That's pretty funny as long as no one was inside. Someone's got a mess to clean up.

David M. Gascoigne, said...

If someone was inside I wouldn't want to see her when she came out!

My name is Erika. said...

You are so right!

Michelle said...

Both of these issues are bad, in my book! lol

Emma Springfield said...

Oooops. That would be like trying to use a bedpan.

Bijoux said...

Our April Fool’s Day gave us 5 inches of nastiness. Enjoy the concert!

Polly said...

oh dear, I shouldn't but I did giggle wondering if anyone was in it when it fell over!

Jon said...

I don't know what's worse - a toppled outhouse or snow in April. The weather has turned cold again here in the wilds of TN. Heavy frost last night...and I was freezing this morning. No snow, thank goodness.

William Kendall said...

I know people in the security business who have found footage of those being toppled, by people with too much time on their hands.

LL Cool Joe said...

We've had snow in the last week, unbelievable in April, and a bitter cold wind all week. Just as they've eased the lockdown, where we allowed to eat outside. No one wants to!

Jeanie said...

We didn't get snow but it's in the 30s/low 40s. It's supposed to warm up tomorrow.

acorn hollow said...

I sure hope no one was in it either ick!!
cathy

DUTA said...

Honestly, I don't find this upside down outdoor trash bin - funny. It happens quite a lot in my vicinity and it's always people that do it, no wind, no critters.

David said...

Beatrice, Ah yes, the portapotty...fixtures in our neighborhood right now! There is one of these units in front of every house being built. On our street right now we have 6 of them in a 6 block area. Very convenient for dog walkers who have a sudden need or for lawn care guys working in the area. None tipped over yet though!

Weather...it was cold here in East Tennessee this morning too...39 degrees...brisk for us this time of the year. Only 2.5" of snow here all winter.

Regarding Post Office Murals in New Hampshire. The closest ones to you are in Milford and Peterborough. Others are in Lebanon, Wolfboro and Plymouth.

Stay Safe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

diane b said...

That weather looks wild and cold. Stay warm and out of porta loos.

baili said...

oh i am bit disappointed to see snowy weather in your area dear Dorothy .

i thought like other part of the world spring is flourishing here too

wish you a delightful spring soon and bursting with so many happy colors!

bill burke said...

At least there was one standing to offer relief. Snow, now I wouldn't like that so hopefully it's melted by now.
Good weekend to you both!

DeniseinVA said...

Snow? Well it looks pretty! Yikes on the portapotty!

Edna B said...

Yup, Nature dumped a bit of snow here too. You just never know about the weather here in New England. Enjoy your concert. Hugs, Edna B.

Eggs In My Pocket said...

oh my! I hope no one was inside when it got tipped over! I love your snow photos!

Rob K said...

I hope no one was inside that thing.

Weather wise--what a mess!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

My gosh, that snow is a mean trick this late. Funny photo, you find the greatest ones! I remember as a child hearing from old folks about how they played tricks on people by turning over outhouses. (I must have known some mean old people.).

L. D. said...

Knocking down an outhouse is probably a whole lot easier now that it was back then. I hope it stops snowing soon.

Lee said...

A case of laying down on the job!