Yup, I’ve had that before – if the phone doesn’t detect you’ve held it to your ear quick enough, you’ll be hanging up quicker than you can say “hello”.And therein lies the irony which Jimmy captures so beautifully – “Don’t touch the touchscreen”
What, nobody wants to strip search dog sitter today?
I remember once making the comment to my friends that I am going to go and watch “A Few Good Men”. Took a while to live that one down…
Technically, that was a face plant. Luckily for Monty, it was a surface he could just steam right through. Concrete walls and the ground on the other hand….
I think Jimmy was going for the “stopped in her tracks” reaction. Still, seems like Luddie was just doing his bit and helping to fertilise the soil..
Just love the kids reaction. Guess they are too young to know Adam was getting his “James Brown” on
I wonder if the pizza was made there or ordered in? As Howard Walowitz would say: “You don’t go for the food, you go for the view”(I shudder at what the view might be of here)
The man in the red coat also seems to be struggling to carry his single bag too. The trolley is definitely the give away in this one though.
Reminds me of when I was at school, and all my friends would always ask “how can I clear out my Yahoo/Google search history, so my siblings/parents cant see what I’ve been searching?”
Inspector Danger’s first name also begins with D, what could it be?I’ll go for the obvious, and say it’s Dan Danger (short for Dangerous Danger)