If at first you don’t succeed Skydiving is not the best choice as a hobby.
I watched my father take twelve years to die from Emphysema so if you want to smoke be my guest.
A nude model.
I remember many years ago my aunt had a large stoneware container about three feet high full of some kind of liquid that she stored her chickens eggs in I know it wasn’t oil.
When I was in my teens over sixty years ago our cat Trooper would sleep across my ankles so I know what it feels like.
Whamond got it right there is never an s added to Lego.
Fifty two years ago when I got married I sold my stamp collection to buy our first refrigerator.
Don’t forget butthead.
Sir did you make the camel drink? No it didn’t want any water. Sir you have to brick it How do I do that? You put the camels nose in the water then take a brick in each hand and smash the camels private parts. Dosent that hurt? No sir not if you keep your thumbs out of the way.
THE BLOODY HISTORY OF NAUGAHYDE:Naugas give birth to multiple babies at a time, which is called a “bunch”. These baby Naugas are called naugets, and are typically gold in color. In the late 1700’s, a French explorer happened upon a nest of baby Naugas. In his excitement, he yelled “I found a bunch of gold naugets!” As fate would have it, a nearby prospector overheard his excited proclamation. However; the prospector misunderstood, and thought the explorer said “gold nuggets”. The prospector quickly hatched a scheme to kill the explorer, and lay claim to his gold. Upon carrying out the murder, the prospector discovered nothing but these small, useless animals. In a desperate attempt to redeem his evil plan, the prospector killed the animals, and used the hyde to re-upholster an aging and worn couch. Friends were so impressed, it quickly became a popular furniture choice. The prospector quickly began a lucrative business of slaughtering Naugas and making furniture. Thus, Naugahyde was born, along with the town of Naugatuck. These poor animals have been hunted to near extinction, rarely ever being seen in the wild. Their history is filled with bloodshed, and even today the senseless murder continues, only now it’s done on nauga “farms”. These poor, defenseless animals are being ruthlessly exploited and killed in the name of the almighty dollar. Let’s all join forces, and show these beautiful creatures how much we care!