The brick unintentionally falls the head…sorry, too late.
Photo courtesy of Jo Pycroft.
Found in China.
Well its all up in the air then
I’ll move then
God forbid unstrictlys the leave!
Pay attention to the upper air because it worth lots more than the common lower air. The middle air is too busy running the small shops.
Chicken Little says: “To falling the thing! To falling the thing!”
When the pedestrian is “passing” please stay away from the lower air.
Pay attention = Don’t steal the look
Upper air = Opposite of bottom air, which is quite unpleasant
Fall = Not recommended
The thing = Whatever with tentacles
Passing pedestrian = R.I.P. soon
Strictlys the stay = Un understandable
Seems like the upper air keeps on falling repeatedly…
“The sky is falling. Move along.”
…said Chicken Little
Rules for pilots: Stay in the upper air, avoid pedestrians.
If you fall in thin air, you will achieve a greater “terminal velocity”.
(Love that term terminal velocity. Its only terminal when you stop falling)
OW!! That passing pedestrian hit me in the strictlys!
If a thing falls from the upper air and no pedestrian is passing, does it make a sound?
To summarize: Caution: Paratrooper Xing
That darned passing pedestrian, he’s always spoiling the fun
Please pay attention to the stratosphere to fall the meteor, the passing pedestrian suffer strictlys the doom.