Wednesday, February 22, 2017

"You might be an Alaskan if..."

Rev. Paul has channeled Jeff Foxworthy to produce some very funny suggestions.  Examples:

  • If the entry way to your home doubles as a refrigerator, and sometimes even a freezer, you probably live in Alaska.
  • If you use your old 200lb. console TV for weight in the back of your truck, instead of sandbags, you might be an Alaskan.
  • If you use duct tape to detail and customize your car instead of actually getting a paint or detail job done, you probably are an Alaskan.
  • If you don't wash your car or truck anymore because the dirt is the only thing holding it together, you might be an Alaskan.

There are many more at the link.  Since Miss D. was an Alaskan (by adoption) before she became a Texan (also by adoption), there was much gigglage when reading these.  Thanks, Paul!  You made my morning.



John Cunningham said...

I went to Alaska on a 2-year assignment, loved it, and stayed 25 years. one funny one--"You might be an Alaska if you see a hot chick wearing a string bikini on a beach in Hawaii and your first thought is, I wonder what she would look like in Carhartt overalls?

Rev. Paul said...

Peter, I'm glad it made you laugh. Re: John Cunningham's comment - we don't have bikinis in Alaska, but we hear good things. :)

Anonymous said...

... probably works about the same regardless of the longitude... except for the fuel prices.

Anonymous said...

I thought there were four seasons? Trout season, duck season, deer season and Christmas?

Phil B

Rev. Paul said...

One old sourdough told me Alaska only This Winter and Next Winter.

Leatherneck said...

"Gigglage." I like that.


waepnedmann said...

... if you check your 12 gauge to make sure it is loaded with slugs before heading outside to the outhouse.

pigpen51 said...

My old boss was from Alaska and my cousin lives there now, in Wasilla. The say that if your car windshield isn't broken, you either just got it replaced, or the car is new. Seems like the mini vans throw the gravel from the roads up especially bad.