Sunday, April 16, 2017

Sunday funnies

How to avoid being dragged off an airplane like a sack of mulch.

Related: The new passenger removal playset...



Has your male dog had "the operation"? Help him recover his self-esteem with Neuticles.

Yeah, I hate when that happens: "Australian man finds golf course swarmed by kangaroos" (H/T: Mrs. Paco)

If he was going to take that kind of risk, you'd think he would at least have headed for Five Guys: "Boy, 8, craves burger, drives dad's van a mile to McDonald's" (Ditto).

Up S**t Creek without a paddle? No problem...



BOLO...



13 comments:

Mike_W said...

"Where are the kids?" "They're out back..." "TOMMY!? ARE YOU KIDDING ME!?!?"

RebeccaH said...

Australian golf: extra points for plonking a kangaroo with a golf ball.

Mike_W said...

Australian golf terminology:
Par = Kangaroo
Birdie = Kookaburra
Eagle = Wedgie (Wedge-Tailed Eagle)
Hole-in-one = Pouched (Kangaroo)
Out-of-bounds = Out where the bunyips live
In-a-tree = Koala'd

Veeshir said...

Do you wear a helmet in Aussie Golf?
Can you use your club on your opponent?
Do the carts have those rotating knives on the wheels like on a chariot?

I got burned on Aussie rules baseball once so I don't want to be disappointed.

Mike_W said...

Veeshir, cages and roll bars on the golf carts are advised, as well as helmets on the golfers.
Sometimes the fauna fights back.

bruce said...

The good old days when they hunted kangaroos and not tourists so much:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HbS4Yt4aBHU

Veeshir said...

So MikeW, same as Florida rules then?
Disappointing.

I am happy Aussie Rules Football is back. It's on Saturday nights here.
I wish we had that here.

Mike_W said...

Maggie dodging is pretty much a national sport here.
The magpies really enjoy it.

bruce said...

Masked Lapwings are giving us hell around Sydney environs at the moment, Mke W. Out of control, maybe a delayed reaction to when people stopped shooting/ hitting them with rocks decades back. They'll lay an egg in the middle of your yard, then stand in front of the mower shrieking (I hear they do it to jets on runways too), or fly at you waving their spur-wing.

They picked my roof as a nest. So they land at midnite by the moon, shrieking their vampire-noises.

Paco said...

Whoa! Those are real, right? I mean, not like drop bears.

bruce said...

See the spurs on its wings (small but sharp):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JrRq4BSydxY

Paco said...

Puts me in mind of the prehistoric Archeopteryx.

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