Sucking hazards: bane of thick lips.
Photo courtesy of Dale Minter.
Found on an NEC dust filter from Japan.
…. or coke or gasoline or gun powder or nitroglycerin absolutely!
Well blow me down
Well we better knock that on the head then
some like it hot, but not that hot
Absolute powder corrupts absolutely.
But I always thought that if the sucking doesn’t lead to an explosion you’re doing it wrong.
Sign outside the Suck Ho Building.
This could explain why everything has blown up in Obama’s face lately.
Suck my danger.
CAUTION: In case of fire, use the sucking extinguisher
Ahh. That frisson of danger. How can one resist?
Don’t play ranked matchmaking before you know how to play the game, or you’ll explode
Q. If the Dove is the birf of peace, what is the bird of love?
A. The swallow.
bird – sinagagai.
@Marum. Hanuaboi namo na taubada.
“sinagagai” Hehehehe! The Motuans had the word “motherf—-r” thousands of years before English did.
Swallowing, may cause pregnancy.
Em orait wantok. Raise the “nese”, na yumi dringim bia.
(for the non Motuan speakers; nese is the drawbridge connecting the village to the shore. Thus making the village totally secure at night. Search for Hanuabada Village, and you will see what I mean.)
Actually. That sign reminds me of the bloke, who tried to vacuum up a petrol spill.
It was an old Hoover (more than 40 years ago, with the exhaust through the hole at the rear, so one could use it as a blower if needed) It looked as if it had added afterburners)
Maybe Carlos Danger.
Always practice safe sucks.
In Oz, it’s DONGER FOR SUCKING. 😛
Good thing I didn’t inhale.
For those who eat sleep and breath danger!!
…is there really such a thing as explosive dust?…if so, I’m scared
I love to live my live dangerously! That’s why my life’s suck!