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Category Archives: Vehicles
I have something to coach you on: if you have enough pull at work, you’ll come off as a pretty big wheel. There is no need to yell until your voice is hoarse, as long as your plans are drawn. … Continue reading
Although many people had heard about the delivery of this knowledgeable comedienne, little read about how she could train others in installing drivers. It is for this fact that she had significant pull in her field. Six Puns: Wagon puns? We’ve … Continue reading
The flower pedals grew strong in the sun at a quarter to three, without signs of a break. The cattle had moved in, with the steer and the cows looking as if they would not tire. Six Puns: Tricycle puns? … Continue reading
There was a litter of puppies that had made a clean break for the door once they heard sound of the butcher brushing by. It was enough to keep the butcher steamed, but he wouldn’t run off. “Come on guys, that’s … Continue reading
The scientist rode all the way to his flat to grab a roll and write a letter about his findings to his colleagues. He hoped it would gain traction and pave the way for new discoveries (or at least smoke … Continue reading
Here’s a spin on things that will lift your spirits and propel you to greatness: whether you wrote or directed a new movie, or just made a cheap takeoff of another one, add a bit of confidence to it and … Continue reading
“How fast does this car go? Is there a trail or something I can test it on?” asked Johanna. “I’ve got a load of questions to ask, so if you have the drive to answer them, they won’t exhaust you. … Continue reading
The night patrol was pumped, and fueled with excitement over some explosive news: thanks to Ethan, all the giant monsters they had captured had escaped: and it looked like they needed more arms and a tank.
“You’ll have to charge extra to compensate for the bump in crop damage,” said the farmer. “I’d steer clear of giving the customers a break, especially if you want to track your profits in the produce market circuit.”