That is awesome, Greg, on par with Calvin & Hobbes “blue light special” https://www.gocomics.com/calvinandhobbes/1987/04/18
“Woof? …sacre bleu, pas du chat mais un chien, desolé!”
You were particular crabby then?
Or even more sneaky:
Q: How many grammar nazis does it take too change a lightbulb?
Isn’t quitting smoking a sure way to gain weight?
My girlfriend …singular?
I’ve seen pictures of limbs bitten by Brown Recluse and I’m glad that those never became at home here – and, @xSigoff: and as well that none of the nasty things that are at home in Australia’s land, water, and air made it here.
I’ve been to the USA once, without any encounter of anything venomous (except very few people you might give that attribute). And I wanted to spend several weeks in Australia two months after 9/11 but then I didn’t got any flight. Sadly no opportunity ever reopened for me.
Germany, yes (the .de is a dead giveaway, me thinks :-D). I never got bitten by a spider ever (not even a tick). And generally I just leave them be, doing their job catching flies and mosquitoes. Those little critters have nothing to gain by wasting their venom on me big sack of water.
Happens, when you think that a 32 inch Cabinet has 32 inch shelves, ignoring the 1 inch thickness of the side boards.
At least Sakura didn’t came out of the kitchen rolled into a ball by spider silk.