One-Liner Karma

As seen in a Christmas shop over the Labor Day weekend.

This could also be a message from God.

Or Santa Claus.

Or the stars in the sky.

So, you better be careful.

Better watch out.

Be very good.

Be faithful.

Don’t pout.

If you believe…

(Only 111 days until Christmas)


This post has been brought to you by the repercussions of bad behavior and Linda Hill’s One-Liner Wednesday. If you are wondering what One-Liner Wednesday is all about, CLICK HERE.

Linda G. Hill is the Queen of One-Liners and rules over her kingdom of followers. Check out today’s post and commit yourself to join the Queen’s one-liner army because there’s no fighting or blood, only comradery and fun with words.

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16 responses to One-Liner Karma

  1. Dan Antion says:

    A woman I used to work with had three daughters. She was worried that the older girls would ruin Christmas for the youngest, so she started saying – “you have to believe to receive.”

  2. Shelley says:

    And you didn’t buy it…I bet the cats could use that sign?? LOL, that’s so funny!

    • bikerchick57 says:

      I didn’t buy that sign, but I did buy a couple of Christmas ornaments for gifts. I could go crazy in that store, there’s so much to love!

  3. Frank Hubeny says:

    At first when I read “I saw that” I read “I saw that coming” and then I got it. With over a hundred days left till Christmas I have a few more days I can delay shopping.

  4. JoAnna says:

    It’s a really interesting sign with the ambiguity, hints of images in the boards above and below Karma’s message. Karma sees all. I think Karma and Santa are part of God’s team.

  5. Love this post. 111 days to Christmas huh? That’s hard to believe. That also means I have 105 days to my birthday. Wow. Karma is just around the corner. It hits when you least expect it to. Good or Bad.

    • bikerchick57 says:

      Born six days before Christmas? Celebrating two birthdays (or presents x 2) can only be good karma for you…I hope.

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