This month's titters from the Twitter (and other places). Enjoy.
03/06: From CBS.com - The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson: "90% of the Great Lakes are frozen over. Los Angeles just recovered from three days of drizzle, so we can relate."
03/07: From Twitter: @JonAcuff tweeted: "How can you just leave me standing alone in a world that's so cold?" What I told mom as a kid when she'd leave me alone with the grocery cart.
03/07: From Twitter: @lanyardigan tweeted: You think you're pretty okay at doing stuff, and then you try to plug something into an outlet you're not looking directly at.
03/09: From Twitter: @Bridger_w tweeted: At some point, I'd love to see a character in a movie make a line of cocaine not with a razor, but with a tortilla chip.
03/12: From Twitter: @StatsBritain tweeted: 80% of Britons who spell words without a 'u' will eventually be tracked down by Liam Neeson.
03/16: From Pinterest: A.Raulerson pinned:
03/17/14: From Facebook: D.Raulerson shared:
Text I just received and my pictorial response......
03/18/14: From Facebook: L. Sprayberry shared:
03/19: From Twitter: @MissGraoully tweeted: Political science explained by Craig Ferguson: "England boils everything & Scotland fries everything, that's why they can't get along"
03/19: From www.stuffchristianslike.com:
03/27: From Twitter: @HonestToddler tweeted: "We're going to Target for paper towels. See you in three hundred dollars."
03/27: From Facebook: L.Huggins shared:
Since I've been seeing everyone's No Makeup Selfie, I decided to post mine proudly. #maybeshesbornwithit #maybeitsmaybelline
03/28: From Twitter: @BenDukes tweeted: Just saw a commercial for an overnight laxative, where the woman is sleeping in white sheets. Anyone else think that's a bad call?
03/30: From Twitter: @nprmonkeysee tweeted: It's simultaneously snowing hard and raining hard. You get the virgin, I'll start up the volcano. We have to end this.
03/30: From Facebook: T.Kingston shared:
03/30: From Facebook: T.Walker shared:
03/31: From Facebook: D.Raulerson shared: Hyperbole is my favorite literary device. I use it like 800 million times a day.