Good morning and welcome to this week’s #WeekendCoffeeShare!

If we were having coffee, I would tell you that we had a great weekend in Dublin last weekend, and that we are definitely going back – for a longer time. We definitely need to see more of that country. The Irish are very friendly and welcoming people. There will be a post or two later on – I did snap some really great pictures!

14188246_10154187209661622_2272277503708969089_oIf we were having coffee, I would like to point out that this summer went by way too fast. There must be some mistake? Well, in all fairness – every summer goes by fast. This summer we have explored a little bit of Denmark, and that has been great. Maybe that is why I feel summer goes by way faster than the other seasons? I am out and about more, and do fun and interesting things? (OK, now it sounds like I’m bored to death he rest of the year – which I certainly am not) But – summer does fly by!

If we were having coffee, we might touch into the topic of the season we just entered into, at least according to the calendar… I do like the fall with evenings getting darker, and the foliage and the excuse to burn candles. I also like harvest season, wearing boots, and sitting indoors with my book while the storm is raging outside my window. Hunting and slaughter season also gives some really good yummies in my tummy.  What’s not to love about that?

If we were having coffee, I would make sure I get in some really bad autumn-jokes:


  • Q: What did the tree say to autumn?
  • A: leaf me alone.


  • Q: What did one autumn leaf say to another?
  • A: I’m falling for you.


  • Q: Why do the Boston Red Sox fans love autumn?
  • A: Because watching the leaves fall reminds them of the Yankees.


  • Q: How do you fix a broken pumpkin?
  • A: With a pumpkin patch


  • Q: What is the cutest season?
  • A: Awwtumn.


  • Q: What’s the ratio of a pumpkin’s circumference to its diameter?
  • A: Pumpkin Pi


  • Q: What do you give to a pumpkin who is trying to quit smoking?
  • A: A pumpkin patch!


  • Q: How do fall leaves get from place to place?
  • A: With autumn-mobiles.


  • Q: How does an Elephant get out of a tree?
  • A: Sits on a leaf and waits till Autumn!


  • Q: What did a tree fighting with autumn say?
  • A: That’s it, i’m leaving.


  • Q: What is a tree’s least favorite month?
  • A: Sep-timber!

Do you have any other really bad autumn-jokes to share with me? The cornier, the better!



Care to join us at the #WeekendCoffeeShare ? Then go to  Parttime Monster Blog and join the link up!

Want to see my previous contributions to the #WeekendCoffeeShare? They are funny, I promise:


An Irishman goes into a bar…

Once in a lifetime

Sausage much?

Brexit explained

The Nerve!

Brexit Tea


Trouble is my middle name

We should not sleep away the summer night

Diet much?

Wolf Whistle much?

An eggy conundrum

Happy Mother’s Day!


Nice to meet you

Coffee and taxes

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41 thoughts on “Fall Folly

  1. Loved the autumn jokes, they were great for coffee smiles today. Thank you for sharing. I also agree with you about the fall; it is my favourite season. I love the smell of the cinnamon and nutmeg, I love fall colours…it is just a great time of the year.

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  2. Darwin got it almost right … ‘Cept he didn’t realize evolution only began after the first coffee bean fell from the tree…

    Loved the terrible jokes!

    They had me fall-ing down…
    But they left me wondering why earthquakes happen in fall-t lines…

    And yes, this summer streaked by here at 8,600 feet. Nestled beneath the continental divide, winter tends to fall sooner and leaf later than many other places, so summer is sorely missed.

    And also yes, the other seasons have plenty of their own charm.

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      1. “Giggle” – very healthy state of mind!

        Glad you enjoyed it! My poor sister appreciates a good sense of humor and groans at mine…:)

        I forgot to ‘like’ that post of yours so will now go remedy that…


      1. Well the astronomical autumn starts with the equinox, but in tempered and arctic zones on earth this does not fit. Actually, the Norwegian word for autumn, høst, means harvest, and harvestseason usually starts in september here. In our tradition, we are 4 days into fall, and quite envious of you who live in warmer climates 🙂

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    1. All but one of my potted summer flowers have died 😦 But that might have more to do with me than the weather… I have tried for several years to get a green thumb, but to no avail… Wishing you a good week also, and enjoy the autumn whenever it arrives to your neck of the woods 🙂


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