So, yesterday was Halloween (obviously) (and if you’re reading this before midnight in whichever time zone you are, it’s still Halloween, so there’s that), and since I pre-schedule this post to post while there will be trick-or-treating shenanigans, I figured I’d do something Halloween-y fun. You with me? Enjoy!





One of my favorite actors from the show “Superstore” was sporting this costume:


Get it?!



Bobbing Apples: What happens when you leave your bra off while running.

Boogieman: Guy who passes time at a stoplight picking his nose.

Coffin: What you do when you get a piece of popcorn stuck in your throat.

Hot dog and a mug of beer.

Full Moon: What your repairman reveals when he bends over to fix your fridge.

Goblin: How you eat the Snickers bars you got for Halloween.

Invisible Man: What a guy becomes when there’s housework to be done. Also, see “Mr. Hyde.”

Jack O’ Lantern: An Irish Pumpkin.

Jack the Ripper: What Jack does to his lottery tickets after losing each week.

Mummy: Who kisses the boo-boo after you scrape your knee.

Pumpkin Patch: What a pumpkin wears when trying to quit smoking.

Skeleton: Any supermodel.

Vampire Bat:
What Dracula hits a baseball with.

Zombie: What you look like before that first cup of morning coffee.

It’s time once again for Leslie’s (aka Rory Bore) Tuesday Coffee Chat!

The question or prompt for this week is:

“How do you handle your failures? Are you a crawl back into bed and wait for it all to pass kinda person? Or are you a jump immediately back on the horse sort?

It depends on what kind of failure we’re talking about – because really, I do both. If it’s an epic failure that I’m beating myself up about, I tend to hibernate until enough time passes that I won’t suffer embarrassment being in the company of people that know of the failure, or witnessed the failure.

But if it’s not an epic failure (or if it’s more of a failure in my mind than what other people perceive) then that’s when I’ll definitely hop back on that horse and forge ahead. One thing is definitely certain, however, I am the kind of person who learns from my mistakes – so when a mistake (or failure) is made, I take the necessary steps to make sure it never  happens again.

That’s a wrap for this week – you know the drill, link up and join in the fun, everyone is welcome, random or not. And that means even if you don’t have a specific Random Tuesday Thoughts Rebel post posted, you can still link up, I’m not picky. You don’t even have to add the badge, just link up so I can come harass you on your blog. I promise to play nice.



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  1. Ha – I understand that reference!! 🙂
    I think I definitely do a bit of both, but more to the point that I realized after having a conversation with a friend about this today, more appropriate for me is that the amount of work I do to AVOID making mistakes is probably more important to be examined. Hmmmm, something to consider I suppose, because I didn’t really see myself as Controlling per say. But simple Aware.
    Now I have to go hide for awhile. ha.

  2. It sounds like you’ve got a pretty good handle on failure, and at any rate you bounce back to try again. That’s the most important thing, isn’t it?! 🙂

  3. lol, the vocabulary is hilarious! I think the failure we have endured over time is what makes us who are. To fail is human right?

    Awesome post my friend.

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