Saturday, January 8, 2011

Nomming on the ceiling

Disturbing incidents of "Bad Gravity" continue to affect Riddled Manor. Again, sausages and baked beans appear to be conduits for the spot weakness of the earth's attractive force. Riddled Laboratories are investigating but are hampered by the unclean state of the Time Machine which is covered in dinosaur poop, and the malfunctioning Dream Machine which seems to be fixated on 1980's NZ Game show "It's in the Bag". We are also evaluating Herr Dr. Bimler's ingenious suggestion of "serving breakfast on the ceiling".

8 comments:

merc said...

There is no floor.

Smut Clyde said...

This sort of incident is inevitable when a group called "Martha and the Muffins" issues a call to "dance on the ceiling with us".
Also I blame the media.

mikey said...

Wow.

That's a bit of an inverted dog's breakfast, isn't it?

The toast, egg and tea look good to go, but I reckon you're going to have to figure out how to get those gravitational recalcitrant sausages on the grille or cooktop.

I have two suggestions. You could order a bottle of Higgs Bosons from The Amazon Particle Store, but they're kind of pricey and you don't really need that many. If you look at the bottom of the George Foreman Grille you'll see a switch that allows you to enhance the Higgs Field locally - I'd go with that. The only real problem is that the otherwise countertop appliance will then weigh as much as the planet Mercury, potentially wreaking havoc with you granite countertops and making it really hard to wash up after breakfast...

Smut Clyde said...

the malfunctioning Dream Machine which seems to be fixated on 1980's NZ Game show "It's in the Bag".

Neither AK nor I will admit to harbouring sexual fantasies about Hilary Timmins, so I can only suppose that tigris has a thing for Selwyn Toogood.

Substance McGravitas said...

As usual, report the sausages in the sky and the authorities claim it's just a wiener balloon.

M. Bouffant said...

We've recorded a similar phenomenon in our non-stop breakfast research in the top part of the world, but we can draw no conclusions.

We can make up stuff though: Anti-gravitons in the sausages & bread? Coriolis force? Or worse?

Another Kiwi said...

Looks like the gravity wzs starting to kick back in there, MB. that'll be Coriolis force, sure as eggs plummet

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Looks like the orbs had a hankering for some sausages. The photographer, however, was not using an orb-enabled photography machine.
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