I’ve been contacted by Mr Joe Blogs. He wanted to do me. I’m talking about an interview! No, not for a sex talk show either, but a very serious blog interview for his comedian Mr Joe Blog’s Blog.

Curious of my juicy answers that made him so tired after I’ve been jousting through his dreams all night?

Read the interview of Mrs Lifecruiser.

He is on my blogroll from now on. You know I love people with humor. Bah, just go there and leave your usual witty comments!

Then come back here for a liberating laugh…


An elderly Italian man, who lived on the outskirts of Monte Cassino, went to the local church for confession.

When the priest slid open the panel in the confessional, the man said:

- “Father … during World War II, a beautiful woman knocked on my door and asked me to hide her from the enemy. So I hid her in my attic.”

The priest replied:

- “That was a wonderful thing you did! You have no need to confess that.”

- “It’s worse than that, Father. She started to repay me with sexual favours.”

The priest said:

- “By doing that, you were both in great danger. However, two people under those circumstances can be very tempted to act that way. But if you are truly sorry for your actions, you are indeed forgiven.”

- “Thank you, Father. That’s a great load off my mind. But I do have one more question.”

- “And what is that?” asked the priest.

- “Should I tell her the war is over?”

Me? I’ll just say once more: Make Love Not War – and why not start to intensify it this weekend…? After all it’s fundamental human nature.

Have a fundamental funtastic weekend ;-)

12 Comments on “FundaMental Funtastic”

    TorAa NORWAY said:

    I read the interview. If you dare, you can read my comments there.

    Is the War over? Which one? Oh yes, WW2. Keep it a secret please.

    Make blog not war

    Lifecruiser: Oooops… Do I dare? *biting my nails here*

    Ha ha, well, yes, that is a good saying too!!! Absolutely. The next best…. *lol*

    Irish Church Lady CANADA said:

    You inspire me to laugh out loud, make love more and blog unconditionally! :-)

    Lifecruiser: Sounds really really good to me :-) You go girl!!!

    that frolicsome kid BRUNEI DARUSSALAM said:

    Hahahaha! Make love not war! I am never looking at this wonderful phrase the same way again! :lol:

    I love that guy; it gave me a great laugh, thanks! I check out your interview later! Congrats!:wink:

    Lifecruiser: Thanks frolicsome kid. Keep on alughing, it’s too little laughters in this world :-) ))

    Gattina BELGIUM said:

    I have read the interview too ! I just wonder if there is not a little Oedipus complex involved:lol: ?

    Lifecruiser: ???? Oedipus???? I don’t understand what you mean now, please explain what you got that one from…..?????

    Steve Novak UNITED STATES said:

    I say make pizza not love. ;)


    Lifecruiser: GOSH! don’t swear like that! No dough in the oven here thank you ;-)

    Debbie said:

    Let the weekend begin! I am all into love and not war if I have my way! After all next week I will be too tired for love or for war!

    Come check out my new hair cut. Tell me what you think!

    Lifecruiser: You go for it NOW girl ;-) Funny, I probably as over at your place when you were here… *s*

    Hootin' Anni UNITED STATES said:

    … what did the priest say?

    (just kidding!!!!!)

    Lifecruiser: anything – he probably fainted just at the thought of that much making love ;-)

    Melli UNITED STATES said:

    ROFLMBO! Well…. we’re having a 20th birthday party here this weekend! And my son told his sister that all he wanted for his birthday was for MOM to have 2 bottles of wine! It MIGHT be safer if I stay in the bedroom!!! LOL!

    Lifecruiser: What an excellent birthday present! I want to see that one too! *LMAO*

    Regina said:

    As a staunch Catholic I love a good joke whilst bathing in the flames of your blog! Off to read the interview!

    Lifecruiser: Well, we’re just warming up aren’t we? *lol*

    sexy mom PHILIPPINES said:

    that’s a good laugh!

    reminds me of a confession i made a few years back in beijing. i thought it was my chance of a lifetime – to confess my sins to one who could not understand english (the services in that church were all in chinese). i recalled all my past sins as much as i could recall, even tempted to confess future sins, and recited them as fast as i could. when i was through, the priest told me “c…o….u….l….d…..y….o….u….please repeat, and S..L..O…W…L…Y please”. i wanted to LOL at myself!

    Lifecruiser: Ha ha ha… That was an equally good one :-) Warmth welcome back to have some fun!

    Jessy UNITED STATES said:

    :grin: I like you

    Lifecruiser: Moi? for what? Being crazy? *lol* Thanks Jessy :-)

    Jessy UNITED STATES said:

    yes! You seem like the kind of person i could sit and have coffee with and listen to you talk for hours! someone you could talk about anything with.

    Lifecruiser: Some serious “shit chat” you mean ;-) . Ah, yes, that was a long time ago I had the time for that…. How I wish that could happen again!!! *whistles*

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