Friday Wisdom – Trees

What kind of tree will fit into your hand? A palm tree.

You can identify a dogwood tree by its bark.

Did you hear about the pine tree that got in trouble with its parents? It was being knotty.

I use to spend a lot of time with my friend in a tree house, but then we fell out.

Trees have internet access – they can just log in.

Never invite a tree to your party.  They never know when to leaf.

In a nutshell, an acorn is an oak tree …

What’s large, green, and if it fell out of a tree could kill you? A pool table.

Well that’s it for today, time to make like a tree and leave.

About Andrew Reynolds

Born in California Did the school thing studying electronics, computers, release engineering and literary criticism. I worked in the high tech world doing software release engineering and am now retired. Then I got prostate cancer. Now I am a blogger and work in my wood shop doing scroll saw work and marquetry.
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21 Responses to Friday Wisdom – Trees

  1. Who knew there were so many ‘tree’ jokes? The “in a nutshell” one really tickled my funnybone!

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  2. Flojo says:

    Thanks for the funnies, Andrew. Nice to think of palm trees in winter. And did I ever tell you I like your poetry book? I caused a scandal suggesting I send it to 2 granddaughters who like poetry. Daughter Betsy (yes, THAT blogger Betsy) was horrified. “It’s about prostate cancer!” Geez, critics, right?

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  3. aquene7 says:

    I immediately had the same question as everyone else. Humour is a great gift to life. Thank you😊

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  4. Good ones! What happens to maple trees on Valentine’s Day? They get sappy.

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  5. jfwknifton says:

    Excellent stuff!

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  6. wolfsrosebud says:

    Working on wood today?

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  7. Where do you find these? Does Siri tell you these?

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