Who put his straitjacket on?
Lame responses overboard!
Sister Teresa is trending again. https://www.gocomics.com/comics/trending
Ha! Teresa is too trendy to trend on GoComics.
No pu pu laughing!
I feel sad that I never got to experience Frog Applause from its earliest conception. Or whatever.
That’s one lucky rabbit. (He’s got all his feet.)
“In Australia, New Zealand and Cornwall, fossicking is prospecting, especially when carried out as a recreational activity. This can be for gold, precious stones, fossils, etc. by sifting through a prospective area. In Australian English and New Zealand English, the term has an extended use meaning to “rummage”. The term has been argued to come from Cornish."
The equivalent term used in searching for opal is noodling.
“Noodling: The practice of sifting through rejected mullock heaps for small pieces of precious opal inadvertently discarded by the miners. A number of people on the opal fields rely entirely on noodling for a living. They either sift through the waste material by hand … or use a noodling machine. These people are ‘professional’ noodlers. Tourists and others casually searching the dumps for pieces of opal are also noodling.”
I’m guessing that sashimi is a lot more expensive to waste than sushi.
The Chinese all-you-can-eat buffet near me, charges people who serve themselves sashimi and then they don’t eat it. I say if you’re too inept to get rid of your sashimi without being caught, then you deserve to be charged for it. I dumped my sashimi plate on another patron’s table while he was loading up at the buffet area. (I chose my target carefully. We used to go to high school together and he grew up to be one of those full-of-himself cops who thinks it’s his job to bully law-abiding citizens; in other words, the kind of cop you’d see on one of those cop-gets-owned-by-black-man-driving-a-new-BMW video.)
Aren’t they both essentially raw fish? What else is important to know?