This week, the challenge from Peter is to tell your favourite joke or post your favourite cartoon.
Here is the best joke I've heard in weeks.
A father had two sons, one of whom was a ceaseless optimist and the other was a hopeless pessimist. No matter what, one son was happy about things and the other was complaining. The father worked hard to try to even the boys out, to show them that the world was not always as they expected.
For Christmas, the father got the pessimist a lovely gold watch. For the optimist - a brightly coloured box filled with horse manure. The father hoped that the pessimist would be uplifted by his gift and that the optimist would be brought back down to earth.
On Christmas morning, the boys eagerly tore into their presents. The father asked the pessimist about his gift. The boy responded "Oh, I got this watch. It's really nice but I can't see that I'll ever enjoy wearing it. It'll probably just get broken or stolen."
The father then asked the optimist what he got for Christmas. Excitedly, the boy shouted, "A pony!"