! So kick It to the Kirby.
But hated the old Rainbow vacuum cleaner, as did my cat as soon as she heard it.
Ahh yes. . .Mother Nature, just as I had pictured her.
I bet she hit the reverse switch.
that really blows…
I wouldn’t want to be the one at customer support to answer the call of Nature.
“EUREKA!” she shouted.
Why do we anthropomorphize nature, but not other aspects of life?
Why not talk about Father Economy? When you get laid off : “oh, but that’s just Father Economy’s way of saying that you need a change in your life”Or when you get a raise: “See, Father Economy loves all his children”
or Uncle Politics. When your preferred candidate gets elected: “ah yes, isn’t it wonderful how Uncle Politics always make sure that everything turns out as it should be?” Or when the wrong candidate gets elected: “but that’s not how Uncle Politics intended it to be! You must stop voting for this party because you are killing our beloved Uncle Politics!”
Love the picture on the wall!
Oh oh, it’s not nice to irritate Mother Nature!
…and the vacuum abhors her, too!
I pictured MN to be a beautiful goddess, with a crown of flowers, bees flying round them and animals following in her footsteps….
Shortly thereafter, thinking about this caused the big bang.
She’d be better off with a shark…
Nothing sucks like Electrolux.
Family photo should have had ‘birds and bees’…
In this case, Nature abhors a vacuum-less vacuum.
Give a Gaia a break?
That saying is as old as the Hoover Administration.
Maybe its a problem with the Dyson sphere.
What does ABHOR mean?
The Milkbunny has some explaining to do.
It’s not nice to fool Mother Nature! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LLrTPrp-fW8
I was cleaning my deceased parents’ house. My mother had always use old vacuum-only (no carpet beater rolls) Electrolux cleaners because my father had sold them after WWII. I was using a new modern bagless carpet cleaner (large fish brand). In every room, I filled the bin at least once with old fine dust and dirt those old vacuum cleaners never got out. 40 years of the stuff.
Shop motto for the dust collection “It’s the only thing here that doesn’t suck”
Maybe she should just go back to a broom and dustpan.
Whoever drilled the hole in the ISS forgot that 7th grade science fact.
She just never got an attachment to it.
That’s the thing about vacuums. If they suck, they don’t suck; if they don’t suck, they suck. Either way, it’s pretty sucky.
Truly a question for the ages, that!
We’ve heard this aphorism for ages, but it’s very much parochial to people living in the bottom of a gravity well. The fact is that 99.99999% of nature IS a vacuum!
Eureka! An aha moment!
My favorite Mythtickle moment: https://www.gocomics.com/mythtickle/2013/08/14