29 July 2012

The brick of Hyperion

The last word in modern meteorology:

  • The brick is wet: raining
  • The brick is dry: no rain
  • The brick casts a shadow: clear day
  • The brick couldn't be seen: fog
  • The brick is swinging: windy
  • Something white on the brick: snowing
  • The brick is oscillating up and down: earthquake
  • There is no brick: rebooting to refresh the data

Thanks to M.T.


Loiuse said...

The brick is.........

(fallen on your head)
(which serves you right for standing there trying to figure out what it means)

Louise said...

As you can see, it fell on my head. It's a hard name to spell, but it's not often that I misspell it myself.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

That's a good addition, methinks.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Yes, the name may cause difficulties. No matter, I got the message and its source right.

Dick Stanley said...

This sort of thing might be an indication of why I'm always confusing the word climatology with cosmetology.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Don't make them angry - it is hot enough as it is here!