• Milton Berle publicity webI can't get a Christmas gift my wife likes. Last year, I gave her a hundred-dollar gift certificate. She exchanged it.
  • Our tree was so puny we used orthopedic bulbs.
  • Our local department store had two Santas — one for regular kids, and one for kids who wanted ten toys or less.
  • I made a terrible mistake last Christmas. My wife made me swear I wouldn't give her a fancy gift — and I didn't!
  • I had a great Christmas — I received a lot of gifts I can't wait to exchange.
  • My son has a big Christmas problem: What do you buy for a father who has everything and you're using it?
  • My wife and I were shopping for the whole family. In the music department, my wife said, "Let's get your nephew a set of drums. That's what your brother did to us last year!"
  • There are a lot of things money can't buy. Not one of them is on my son's list.
  • They've got plastic Christmas trees now. They're hard to tell from the real aluminum ones.
  • I gave my wife a gift certificate for Christmas. She ran out to exchange it for a bigger size.
  • My wife can't figure out what to buy me. What do you get for a man who's had everything up to here?
  • I just bought a great gift for my boss: a leaky ant farm.
  • I bought my son a bat for Christmas. On New Years Eve it flew away.
  • I was in a department store and I saw a weird-looking gadget. I asked the young saleslady what it was. She answered, "It doesn't do anything. It's just a Christmas gift!"
  • Santa is having a tough time this year. Last year, he deducted eight billion dollars for gifts, and the IRS wants an itemized list!
  • In our neighborhood, it's hard to buy your Christmas gifts early in the year. You never know who your friends will be by December.

More Lifestyle Articles

  • Celebrate Older Americans Month

    Celebrating Older Americans Month all older adults are encouraged to blaze a trail to civic engagement. Civic Engagement means working to make a difference in the lives of your community and its...

  • Strange and Unusual Facts

    William Marston engineered one of the earliest forms of the polygraph in the early 1900’s. Later he went on to create the comic strip Wonder Woman, a story about a displaced Amazon princess who...

  • ’69: Looking Back

    Do you remember ‘69? 1969, that is, not when you were 69! If you can’t get out and jog, you can jog your memory with these nostalgic lists!  Herein we have lists of memorable items that were notable...

  • ’Sno Time Like the Present

    Twelve hours ago, I was fast asleep, and there were 3-4 inches of fresh snow on the ground. Now, there is barely a trace on the ground, and the temperature is in the mid-40s. Welcome to February in...

  • “Small House” Design Nurtures Residents with Dementia

    Caring for an individual with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia is challenging. In addition to the emotional difficulty of seeing a loved one struggle cognitively, there are marked differences in how...

  • 10 Tips on How To Take Dad Fishing

    (BPT) - What are two things that dads all over America would love to do the most this coming summer? Spend time with their kids — and catch fish.So, if you're looking for a unique way to celebrate your...

  • 16th Annual Unsung Hero Event

    Lehigh County Aging and Adult Services is accepting nominations for Unsung Heroes! To celebrate Older American's Month, the Lehigh County Office of Aging and Adult Services recognizes Lehigh County...

  • 1972: Looking Back

      The Honda Civic is imported to the U.S. for the first time. President Nixon signs a bill authorizing a $5.5 billion, 6-year program, to develop a Space Shuttle craft. The U.S. Surgeon General...

  • A “Short” Biography of Mickey Rooney

    Mickey Rooney was born Joe Yule, Jr., on September 23, 1920, in Brooklyn, New York.Rooney passed away April 6, 2014, at the age of 93. Joe Yule, Jr., only 17 months old, joined his parents on the...

  • A Clean House Means Peace of Mind: A History of Spring Cleaning

    The first signs of spring create excitement in the Lehigh Valley and throughout the Northeast. After four months or more of staying inside because of cold, snow and rain, we can hardly wait to...

Contact Us

Please enter your data here. Fields with an asterisk (*) are required.
Please provide us with a phone number or email so we may respond to your request.

Full Name(*)

Please type your full name.


Invalid email address.


Invalid Input- please enter in form: 123-456-7890

How may we be of service?(*)

Please tell us how big is your company.

If you wish to subscribe enter your full address.

Invalid Input

Please enter the characters shown.(*)
Please enter the characters shown.
Invalid Input