Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Counting: Ur doin it rong

Australians need to work on their basic maths skills.
In their favour, it must be said that they put up park signs that are unusually accommodating to the special requirements of zombie visitors.

13 comments:

merc said...

Confession; I see messages in car number lates and these signs, well, they speak to me.

presseb, no news

M. Bouffant said...

Can't see the tree for the forest?

One Tree Hill.

Jennifer said...

And what's below the Zombie warning?? It looks like some kind of prohibiting of animal on animal interaction! I suppose they had to enforce that after the platypus kerfuffle.

mikey said...

Time may pass
Limbs may fall
You took the legs
Off your barbie doll

While falling limbs
Are no surprise
It's time to go
Put in your eyes

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

Mikey is writing BOC lyrics.

Smut Clyde said...

I suppose they had to enforce that after the platypus kerfuffle.

Tourists forget about the platypus having a poison spur, then they get all butthurt because their insurance didn't cover the hospital treatment. Bad publicity.

J— said...

Arms can break
And never mend together
Limbs can fall away
Hearts can cry
When limbs won't stay forever
Arms can be that way

Substance McGravitas said...

It's a game. Which tree is the One Tree? Inspect them with your friends!

Another Kiwi said...

If you consider the trees on an individual basis , it is indeed a One tree hill.
And you should, trees have feelings you know.

gregor samsa said...

Yes but there's more than One Hunga in Onehunga too! And lets not forget about Auckland's treeless One Tree Hill.

Smut Clyde said...

And more than a single domestic animal in Petone.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

If you consider the trees on an individual basis

no fair using early Neil Peart lyrics.

Smut Clyde said...

How about re-writing The Prophet's Song to include the words "Limbs May Fall"?