THE HAPPINESS REPORT (12.14.21)
IDIOMS FROM AROUND THE WORLD THAT BECOME HILARIOUS WHEN TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISHSome of these idioms from around the world make a lot of sense. Others get so lost in translation, you can’t help but get tickled pink.
...the Swedish language is definitely not lacking in the threats department. They also have a saying, “nu har du satt din sista potatis,” which translates to “now you have planted your last potato.”
Imagine hearing Batman say “You’ve planted your last potato, Joker.”
“I LOVE YOU!” BROTHERS HAVE INSANELY CUTE EXCHANGE AS THE OLDEST HEADS TO COLLEGE.Sometimes, just saying, “I love you,” to the people you care about most simply isn’t enough.
When it came time for Lisa James’ oldest child to go back to college, he couldn’t leave without letting his little brother know how much he adores him. The adorable baby boy seemed totally focused on his delicious snack, but the moment he heard those three little words, nothing else mattered more than screaming, “BYE BYE!” and, “I LOVE YOU!”
Source: Inspire More
AMAZON DRIVER POSES AS A PREACHER AFTER HUSBAND INTERRUPTED HIM DELIVERING A SURPRISE PACKAGEAn Amazon delivery driver is being praised for his quick-thinking after he posed as a preacher in order to fool a man whose wife had asked for her packages to be dropped off in secret.
When asked if he had a package, the Amazon employee said no and quickly had to come up with a fake reason as to why he was at their house - so he pretended to be a preacher.
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Source: Daily Mail
16 PEOPLE SHARE THE WEIRD 'QUIRK' THEIR PET DOES THAT NO ONE BELIEVES"We have a very unique dog that seems to have internalized a set of rules. He is friendly with our 3 cats however if he observes them doing something that we (the humans) have corrected them for previously he will then take on the responsibility for future occurrences by sitting beside the misbehaving cat and barking at them until they stop." — @ealoft
SEE THE 24 FUNNIEST PARENTS ON SOCIAL MEDIA THIS WEEK
92-YEAR-OLD POSTS 2 SONGS EVERY DAY FOR HIS HANDFUL OF VIEWERSRichard Norman was a trained opera singer in his younger days. He was a member of the Dallas Symphony Chorus for 14 years.
"I have sung all of my life and it is one of my greatest joys. My wife Jo, would have me sing to her whenever we were alone for the entire 61 years we shared together. She never tired of my singing," he says.
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Source: Sunny Skyz
ELDERLY COUPLE LIVING IN UK’S DARKEST VILLAGE LIGHTS UP THE SKY WITH HUGE CHRISTMAS TREE THEY PLANTED IN 1978This tree-mendous pine is becoming known as The Little Tree That Could.
Planted by an elderly couple long ago when it was shorter than them, it has grown to more than 50-feet and provides a majestic light to a town with little illumination on any horizon.
Source: Good News Network