Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Tweet of the Day

(Thanks, WTM!)


Bicycle Bill said...

Not sure what's meant here by "three-way" cable car.  I count only out and back.  Or maybe it has to do with the fact that it runs on three cables (two stationary ones which form the 'track', and a center cable that moves and pulls the cars along with it).

As for riding it?  Heck, yeah!  Can't be any worse than when I sky-dived or bungee-jumped.


Anonymous said...

What if you have to poop halfway there?

Anonymous said...

It’s easy to make jokes about non-english words that sound like funny english words but somebody named it appropriately; f- walk, indeed.

xoxoxoBruce said...

"What if you have to poop halfway there?"
Over the water please.

WilliamRocket said...

"What if you have to poop halfway there ?"

Do you normally have to poo during an 8 kilometre trip to the shops ?
Dropping the kids off at school, you have to stop at a public toilet ?
Coming back from holidays, it's an 8.3 kilometre trip from the airport ... WILL YOU MAKE IT WITHOUT SHITTING YOUR PANTS ???

And... stop calling it poop, you are all all grown up now, and while the American education system may be on it's knees, you have more words in your head than poop because you are intelligent and you read a lot of Miss Cellania.

Defecate - Noun - The need to expel POOP from your body during an 8 kilometre cable car ride.

Anonymous said...

Sorry I called it poop. I'm from New Zealand; that's the common term here.

Anonymous said...

No problem.

Try the ski lift that goes from the top of Whistler mountain to the top of Black mountain (I think that was the other mountain). There is about 3 miles between the last support pole on one mountain to the other. For more excitement, they have glass-bottom gondolas.