in Entertainment Love It Kim's Joke of the Day by Kim_Johnson February 3, 2018, 3:41 pm 357 Views 13 Votes 23 Comments Kim’s Joke of the Day: If you spent your day in a well, can you say your day was well-spent? SMILE and have a great day! Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to Collection What do you think? 13 points Upvote Downvote Browse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page Kimsjokes Written by Kim_Johnson Follow 23 Comments Leave a Reply A well-spent day would be the one when you do whatever that makes you happy! 1 Log in to Reply So very true. Thanks Elena!! : D Log in to Reply I have been missing your jokes. I thought you stopped writing for awhile. This joke made me smile. 1 Log in to Reply I should start back up with a weekly joke perhaps. I just don’t have enough time for one a day. Thank you La Jenna. Log in to Reply Lol, good one. I’ll pass on a day spent in a well Log in to Reply I love this double entendre!!! 1 Log in to Reply Thank you Bradley, fun, cute short. The best kind. Log in to Reply Lol I love this, thanks for the daily laugh! 1 Log in to Reply lol Thanks a bunch Michelle. I hope your day was well spent! I wish you many laughs! Log in to Reply This joke is really a good one. Score one for your team. 1 Log in to Reply Thank you, thank you! Grins ~ Log in to Reply You are welcome Kim_Johnson. Log in to Reply Whattya mean if? SpLaSh! …echo.. 1 Log in to Reply What’s it like down there.. Throws pebble.. 1 Log in to Reply Cool, cobalt and stable and soothes the heart of this fable,..Ouch! That was no pebble, it was brick! You couldn’t throw a penny or dime? That’s gonna leave a mark…Dentition indentations on your ankles!…>-=^;> 1 Log in to Reply lol, oops, ~~~ sorry fish! 1 Log in to Reply Grin. Sorefish. Whisker will grow back. Ha! 1 no…no…no…no … sadako lives in the well too… no way it’ll be well-spent!! 1 Log in to Reply I wasn’t familiar with the story, wiki says: Sadako Sasaki was a Japanese girl who was two years old when an American atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945, near her home next to the Misasa Bridge. Sounds tragic. Log in to Reply Thanks for another smile Kim. Have a great day. 🙂 1 Log in to Reply and thank you Carol! : D Have a great day as well! Log in to Reply It depends what the day was. Warm or cold. 1 Log in to Reply I bet its pretty cold! lol Thank you Elenka! Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.