My Take – The Weekly Smile for the Tenth of February, 2020 #weeklysmile

Well! Let me tell you a story about a girl named Ruth, who did a couple of unintentional naughty bloops.

Today’s invitation to share a smile is brought us by Trent!


Maybe this is more a laugh than a smile!

On Thursday evenings, I go out to play Mahjong (Hong Kong style). I also have low level dyslexia.

I called a hidden Kong, which is four of a kind-they are turned upside down and if you win the hand it is a fan (point).

The round finished. I turned my Kong over, and to my embarrassment, I did not have four of a kind. I had three and one. No one understands how I could have thought they matched, but I get the 5 and 7 bamboo tiles mixed up.


After I apologized profusely and was scorned (playfully), I helped put the tiles away, put my coat on picked up my purse and my phone. I said goodbye to the others at other tables.

As I was almost to the door, I started to put my phone in my purse and discovered my phone was already in my purse.

With much chagrin and head hanging, I turned around and went back to my table and sheepishly handed my friend her phone.

You just can’t make this stuff up folks!! My last 15 minutes was a fiasco!

Can I return this coming week? Sure! Wow! 🤪😳🤔😂🤣😇

Ha ha ha ha! SMILE or LAUGH

Have a great week!!


11 thoughts on “My Take – The Weekly Smile for the Tenth of February, 2020 #weeklysmile

  1. A tab bit of dyslexia can be fodder for entertainment, ours and theirs, if you are with the right people and can laugh at yourself as you so aptly showed. Definitely smile-worthy.

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  2. Shit happens! It has been raining here for 2 weeks. On a sunny day, my comment might have been more upbeat. It’s good to laugh at our foibles though. What else can we do when we put the remote in the refrigerator? Buy an umbrella.

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