Fossil fuels going bone dry?
… sounds like a renewable resource to me!
… or a viscous circle.
note: in 650 million years I’m sure whatever I’ve become will be very
expensive at a gas station.
double note: if I lived for 650 millions years I might win the lottery!
… hopefully not on the last day.
Things I’ve Seen With My Own Two Eyes #3:
peripheral visions straight ahead.
Posted in comedy, funny, humor, language, life, personal, random, random thoughts, stuff, thoughts, Uncategorized, word play, wordplay, wordplay, words
Tagged 650 million years, bones, dinosaurs, fossil fuels, peripheral visions, viscosity
It was the best of times, it was the end of Februaryist of times.
One of “The Big Three” on my calendar has come and passed again … like gas … or wind … or farts. It’s also past … or over … or not happening again for another year.
Dance Recital Madness 2011 was a lot like last year and the year before but with different kids … or the same kids, but a year or two older … and with different costumes.
One kindergarten went with a colour theme: all the major colours were represented. Teal was overlooked.
The other kindergarten’s dancers’ costumes were colourful too, but they didn’t represent anything I guess.
For a week or two afterwards I say things like:
– “You were a super Super Ninja Shadow!”
– “I liked the Frog Dancers … a lot!”
– “Hey! Cowboy!” (enthusiastic imaginary pistol shooting mannerisms accompany this response)
– “You were the best raindrop out of the bunch.”
– “I really thought you were a Mexican!”
– “Next year I’m sure you will get to be a dinosaur.”
– “Nice cartwheel!”
– “I was a tomato when I was your age too!”
I wish I was 4 years old again: I’m sure I’d be the best raindrop.
note: the past “Big Three” are here:
Numata Matsuri 2008 / Numata Matsuri 2009
Kinder Olympics / When Was The Last Time?
Dance Recital Madness / Dance Recital Madness: Day 2
double note: I didn’t miss last year’s “Big Three“, I just took worse photos than this year’s … and thought I’d give it a break for a year.
Today I dropped the thermometer, but it didn’t get any colder for some reason.
Posted in comedy, culture, funny, humor, Japan, language, life, living abroad, personal, random, random thoughts, stuff, thoughts, Uncategorized, word play, words
Tagged 5 Fingers, apologies to Dickens, Big Three, cartwheels, costumes, Cowboys, Dance Recital Madness, dinosaurs, dropping thermometer, frogs, Gunma, humor, humour, Japan, Kinder-Olympics, kindergarten, Mexicans, Numata, Numata Matsuri, raindrops, Super Ninja Shadow, The Big Three, thermometer droppings, tomatoes, tomatos