Recovering from my ‘I hate Florida’ rant of the other day, I am looking forward to Colorado next weekend and hoping that it will revive my faith in human nature on this side of the pond.
Today, I would like to invite you all to discuss the following statement…
If your ball sack hangs lower than your bell end, is this a sign of age or a sign of a warm ambient temperature ?
I will leave you to chew that one over for a while (poor choice of expression I am sure).
I am also wondering about the street cleaners here that use leaf blowers. All I ever see is these guys wandering around blowing leaves. I never see anyone scooping them up. Am I actually watching a guy that has blown those leaves down from Alaska, across California, through Death Valley, across Texas Louisiana and Mississippi before stopping for a burger in Alabama and then pushing across the state line into Florida? Better still, are they even this seasons leaves? I wonder.
I also wonder about the veeeee-hickles they use over here and the amount of flashing lights they have on them. School buses I can understand, Police, Fire and Paramedics I get that too – Park Rangers? really? Parking Enforcement Officers – why? Postal deliveries – come on. I even saw a golf buggy the other day with strobe lights flashing all over the place. It seems every veeeeee hickle has them and for me it de-sensitises you to them – but not the yanks of course. Put a delivery truck on a half mile long and straight section of dual carriageway, all lights flashing while it is unloading and watch the locals drive all the way up to the back of it until their noses are pressed on the light lenses before they realise it’s not moving and they need to change lanes. First class!
That’ll do for now, I need to find a Donnie Darko Skeleton suit for Halloween