The results are in! We have a winner of the $50 gift certificate from Chapters! As you are likely aware, the Law Society Library has been collecting entries for our weekly MadLib Monday contest for the last 7 weeks, and after compiling the top 3 entries each week, you, our faithful blog readers, ended up with a 1 in 21 chance of winning our draw. Our lovely staff members, Jenneth and Sarah, did the honours.
And the winner is: Stephanie Weiss
A civil case, more commonly known as a torture chamber …
- Large bags and grandmas must be left outside the courtroom.
- An auctioneer will announce the opening (and closing) of court…
**I think having an auctioneer in the courtroom would speed things up!
Report your computer and connect a different comical device (such as a lamp, a fan, or a radio) into the same somber outlet. If the device does not work, the problem is the somber outlet, not the computer.
**Doesn’t sound like that outlet has much of a sense of humour!
Donald Trump had a history of yelling, but no one – not even his armadillo – ever imagined he’d clap with a fire truck stuck in his big toe.
**This doesn’t even sound as weird as some of Donald’s latest headlines!
Letter to Santa
How are you? I am weary. You probably can remember me best by my sonorous nose, my buzzing eyes, and my face that is completely covered with rainbows.
’Twas the Night Before Christmas
And mamma in her ear muffs, and I in my underpants,
Had just settled our knee caps for a long winter’s nap.
**Don’t ask me why, but the idea of wearing earmuffs to bed makes me giggle.
Holly, Jolly Christmas
Have a holly, jolly Festivus;
And when you air your grievances down the street
Say Hey! to a crazy congregation you know
And when you creep down the street
Say Ahoy! to carolers you know
Have a hairy, stinky Christmas
and in case you didn’t hear
Thank you to everyone who took the time out of their busy schedules to participate! And thanks for your continued support of Legal Sourcery. Keep reading, and Happy Holidays!