1. Garbage hand bags do not make good parachutes.
2. A 3-year-old is even louder than 200 adults in the crowded restaurant.
3. In case you spray hair spray about dust bunnies and cost them with roller blades, they might ignite.
4. If you connect a dog leash over a roof fan, the motor is simply not strong enough to rotate the 42-pound boy wearing Batman underwear and a superman hat. It is strong enough, however, to help spread paint on all 4 walls of a large room.
five. When using the ceiling fan to be a baseball bat, you have to toss the ball up a few times before getting a hit. A ceiling enthusiast can hit a snowboarding a long way.
6. The goblet in windows (even increase pane) doesn’t stop the baseball hit by a roof fan.
7. When you find out the toilet flush plus the words “Uh-oh,” really already too late.
8. Brake pedal fluid mixed with Clorox helps make smoke, and lots of it.
being unfaithful. A six-year-old can start a hearth with a flint rock despite the fact that a 36-year-old man claims they can only do it on the bigscreen. A magnifying glass can start a hearth even on an overcast day time.
10. Certain Legos can pass through the digestive tract of any six-year-old.
11. “Play-Doh” and “microwave” should never be employed in the same sentence.
12. Ultra glue is forever.
tough luck. No matter how much Jell-O putting in a swimming pool you still aren’t walk on water.
18. Pool filters do not like Jell-O.
15. VCRs do not remove PB&J sandwiches despite the fact that TV commercials show they greatly.
16. A king size waterbed holds enough water to help fill a 2000 sq. foot house 4 ins deep.
17. Marbles around gas tanks make plenty of noise in a moving auto.
18. You probably do not would like to know what that odor can be.
19. Always look in this oven before you turn it about. Plastic toys do not like ranges.
20. The spin period on the washing machine does not help make earthworms dizzy. It will, however, make cats dizzy.
twenty one. Cats spit up two times their body weight when clueless.