At night the baseball hats wake up and swoop around the house, eating bugs. They avoid hitting the walls by use of sonar. Although people are afraid they might get tangled in their hair, most baseball hats are harmless.
(Found by Helen.)
LOL! Sorry, that description is just too hard to trump. I can't think of a single thing to add.
I really, really, really want to turn on the ceiling fan that's holding all those hats up. Turn it on high.I could imagine spending a half hour or so trying to get it to fling one of the hats out of those windows.
That is a marvelous description. Check out the bathroom. Bright blue sink, pink toilet, clearly meant to signal that it is unisex ;-)That area of British Columbia is absolutely beautiful, but not quite lovely enough to make the trailer where wallpaper went to die all that alluring.
Bwwaahahahahahaaa!!!! HeheheSnort!! Thanks for that! What a great break from my housecleaning!
The way I was taught to know the difference between stalhatites and stalhatmites is that stalhatites hang "tite" to the ceiling and that you "mite" trip over a stalhatmite. These are clearly stalhatites. Who says you can't learn nothin' in college?
And seriously, people who CAN NOT BE BOTHERED to turn off the TV when taking the picture blow me away.
gravity is all wrong in that room. avoid.
Stuart nailed it! LOL...I'm a caver (hence why the odd user name---it made sense at the time and I've stuck with it) and that was just perfect!Altho, when I was a neophyte, I used to remember that stal[hat]tites were on the roof of the cave because T = top! Process of elimination told me that the other one was on the floor *duh*Good story Stu...
No, no, no! I have a degree in Geology: When the 'tites go down, the 'mites go up. This was handy to remember for those morally perplexing dorm situations.
Thanks, Mudsy! And actually, I learned that in the third grade, which is a lot like college only with less wetting oneself.
That cant be a convenient hat rack.Around the 100th time i turn on the fan and have to pick up all of my hats i would find a new place to put them.
Fruithats are fairly harmless, people just get scared because the way vampirehats have been portrayed in movies.In some countries, the natives still think that a vampirehat can turn into a baseball player and bite you, turning you into a baseball player-vampirehat. And thats where David Ortiz came from.
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