Tag Archive | "Humor"

MS Stands For…

Tuesday, April 18, 2017


    By visiting My Odd Sock one can assume: A) you are extremely bored & B) you know “MS” stands for Multiple Sclerosis.   Though I can’t help you much with your boredom, I CAN show you that when one has the dreaded ick known as “MS,” those two letters mean so much more. […]

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How Soft Have We Become?

Friday, April 7, 2017


    “How soft have we become?” I ask myself examining the toilet paper just purchased from the store. We seem obsessed with terms like soft, plush, cushiony, comfy & delicate when it comes to our backside. Like we’ve been using asbestos all these years & we want to change it up. It is amazing […]

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Brain Drain #24

Monday, March 27, 2017


      Welcome to “Brain Drain,” where I pull the plug to drain the cranium of absurdity. It has been some time since the last dump, so I must be mellowing in my AARP years! Here are a few items of note that have floated to the top in recent days.   Like a […]

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Odds & Evens

Friday, March 10, 2017


    My Odd Sock works hard to be your agent of the absurd, proctor of the pointless & steward of the stupid. And this quick post certainly lives up to my low standards. Here are a couple of items, I’m hopeful will leave you with a weekend smile. Enjoy!     Attention Editor:  A […]

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I Can’t Believe It’s Not A Planet

Monday, February 27, 2017


  All my years in school (including the repeated years), we learned of the nine planets in our solar system:  Mercury, Venus (where women are from), Earth, Mars (where men are from), Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus (the fav of immature males), Neptune and Pluto.   All was well & good as the stars aligned in perfect […]

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Periodic Table Of Elements Of MS

Wednesday, February 1, 2017


  If you have followed this lowly website for any length of time…first, I apologize…and second, you know I get geeked by science. I love all aspects of science and what it means to life & the world around us.     That being said, you probably haven’t given much thought about the Periodic Table […]

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