Didn’t think you’d fall for that
You were warned.
Read faster next time.
Now look up to see where it came from. Go ahead.
Maybe there is something like a bird-rock that has thrown an egg. Poetic license of course …
He always wanted to be a rockstar.
Traveling north along the Gaspé Peninsula, the road runs the edge between steep cliffs and the ocean. Signs along the shoulder read ébouli. Took us awhile to realize the translation meant scree [colloquially as falling rock. So when a rock rolls down and the driver hauls the wheel to the right to avoid it, the only escape is a 20 foot drop-off into the ocean. Once we recognized that, we spent more time watching the cliffs than the ocean.
Def Leppard knew what they were on about: “Let’s get, let’s get, let’s get rocked!”
Well at least it was not an acme anvil!!!
That’s just about my luck too.
Who’s laughing now? LOL
Nice pairing with today’s first run strip.
Meteorites are rocks.
Now he’s going to look for a Rolling Rock.
How many of you know the “WATCH FOR FALLEN ROCK” story?
Very precise sign!
Mick & Mason Mastroianni
Parker and Hart