Ten People Who Need a Ladder, but Found Other Ways to Do the Job

Being tall (6 Foot, 3 inches) I am always happy to help someone out who needs something from the top shelf in a supermarket or somewhere or thing just out of their own reach. But I just don’t think enough about how tall I really am, after all, there are not many people like myself that can change a light-bulb without a stepladder! Or is there…

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Sofa used as a ladder
Sofa used as a ladder

10 – It is what Sofas were made for!

Ron White once said: ”I’ve never been one to look up the ladders of life. I’ve always looked down the ladder. As long as there’s one guy down there, I’m fine.”

Who needs ladders when you have a Husband

9 – When this guy told me his wife walk all over him, I didn’t expect it to be literally!

Norman Cook once said: ”I’m very superstitious… I never shout at magpies, walk under ladders or put my shoes on the table.”

Who needs ladders when you have Tubs

8 – When I told him to use a painters 3 step this is not what I meant!!!

Ezra Taft Benson once said: ”The proud depend upon the world to tell them whether they have value or not. Their self-esteem is determined by where they are judged to be on the ladders of worldly success. They feel worthwhile as individuals if the numbers beneath them in achievement, talent, beauty, or intellect are large enough.”

Who needs ladders when you have Cheerleaders

7 – Seems that the lesson “Use all the resources that are around you!” is the next week.

Rachel Maddow once said: ”A handkerchief can never be put in another pocket after it has been in one pocket. I don’t walk under ladders. I have items of clothing that are lucky for me. That rotates, but I am luck-oriented.”

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Who needs ladders when you have Shopping Trolleys

6 – So is this guy off his trolley, or on it?!?

Nancy Pelosi once said: ”Democrats believe in reigniting the American dream by removing barriers to success and building ladders of opportunity for all, so everyone can succeed.”

Who needs ladders when you have Doors

5 – Rock climbers don’t need ladders, they just need doors!

George Woodcock once said: ”I don’t believe in kicking away ladders. By that, I mean the ladders by which I ascended as a young writer, small magazines that didn’t pay anything, and that sort of thing.”

Who needs ladders when you have Horses

4 – I tried this once with two Lop-eared rabbits! …it didn’t end well.

Sophie Ellis Bextor once said: ”I don’t know why people think I’m polished – I often leave the house with buttons missing and ladders in my tights.”

Who needs ladders when you have Dogs

3 – To be fair to them, cats don’t really know what a ladder is! So dogs will have to do.

Steven Patrick Morrissey once said: ”The game of life is full of tricky snakes and ladders.”

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Who needs ladders when you have Brothers

2 – “Just climb George you lazy bum, I’m hungry so get me those scraps!”

Andrew Bogut once said: ”I’ve had two unlucky injuries that are the equivalent of walking under 1,000 ladders and seeing 1,000 black cats.”

Who needs ladders when you have Work Colleagues

1 – “So tell me, Fred, why do they call you Steps?!?”

Carl Jung once said: ”In my case Pilgrim’s Progress consisted in my having to climb down a thousand ladders until I could reach out my hand to the little clod of earth that I am.”

Author: Gus Barge

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