Fortunately, you can “repair” it with a ball-peen hammer.
She’s doing as well as the US space program over recent years: big dreams, lots of boasting, and at most prototypes that don’t actually do what the finished product is supposed to do (orbit in their case, fly in hers).
You work for the defense industry, don’t you?
… or by a comma if the feeling’s not as strong.
I’ve heard it attributed to Bear Bryant. To be honest, though, I suspect it was a widespread truism.
“You put the lime in the coconut and drank ’em both up?”
“First and last name?”
“Puddin Tane. Ask me again and I’ll tell you the same.”
“Nice to see you again, Mr. Tane. I see this is your 109th visit to this restaurant today.”
No luggage for him to jump over.
I know I need to cut back when Juan Valdez and his burro begin actually appearing to me.
That, or when I can’t stop dancing. That happened to me in grad school once, probably after my third pot of coffee.
Only creeps stay there for 8 years, right?