Gardens can be nice to visit, but a good portion are sadly lacking in poo. Others have poo, but only of the straight variety. Fortunately, this garden has the curled kind, which everyone knows is the best.
As a rule of thumb, you should generally avoid treating someone like a potato. Don't cover them with butter and sour cream, or mash someone up with milk and then cover them with beef gravy. Unless, of course, that just happens to be what they're into.
"The barbecue we serve here is totally legit, for real. It's not like we say we're selling barbecued pork, but it's actually a combination of rat and squirrel meat, because that would be so crazy! This barbecue is super legit!"
If you've ever had your flight delayed at the airport, you know how frustrating it can be. But it's less frustrating when you can get some sort of explanation for it. And no explanation is more satisfying than finding out the delay was merely due to a vague amount of reasons.
The thing that's even worse than the vulgarity on this sign is the ambiguity. Was the sign written by someone who hates vegetables? Or was it written by someone who really, really, really loves vegetables?
When most electric shocks give you that jolt of electricity, they're super mean about it. It's like, just chill out and stop being so harsh, electric shock. But this shock is nice, and for that, you have to give it credit.
Amusement parks are a fun place to ride on rides with friends and family. Dog parks are great places for your pet to run around with other dogs. But for the kind of park seen on this sign, we're not sure why anyone bothered to create it.
Don't you hate it when your DVD player tries to force its religious beliefs onto you? It's like, we hired you to do a job of showing me movies, DVD player. Let's not talk religion and just keep this professional.
"Look, if you walk over here, you're definitely going to slip and fall. That's one thing we can 100% guarantee, and there's a good chance you'll be seriously injured. But when you do it, just be careful."
This package gives you a crash course in how to speak French. For instance to say the English words "8 Piece High-Back" in France, you would use the French words "French translation." And the French words for "Patio Set" are "French here." Who knew?