Oh, I could add so much more, like - if you can't park it, don't buy it - but I won't. Good Haiku.
Awesome haiku and thanks for the link. I wasn't aware of these poetry blog hops.
Why indeed? I am so bike and public transport-minded nowadays!Good take! :-)
High-Q for a high car - they look like they're built on stilts!
Bikes make so much sense in the city! -so doesa subway! thanks.
Looks like an Escher drawing to me. :-)Pearl
what fun take.
You run bikes on scrambled egg...brilliant...
Jinksy . . they don't call them Chelsea Tractors for nothing. But fair do's . . you need a hulking, polluting monstrosity like that to cart little Pamela's flute around, now don't you? And hey, lads, it sure proves you've got more than one testicle.Tess . . thank you. Once saw this logo on a cyclists sweat shirt "Runs on fish and chips or steak and claret."
But DOctor FTSE I thought it was always the Mums who drove the kiddy winks to school? Are you acknowledging ladies have balls, too?
A good one......and btw I drive a 4X4 (well, a smaller version... if that's possible... maybe a 2X4... something like that...) and I don't possess a testicle he! he!
J . .anyone coping with the school run . . a system designed to make sure eight year olds weigh 15 stone . . . needs balls. Let the wee ones walk!Mish . . I'm so sorry.
FORD - fix or repair daily!Like it! It's fun with an underlying message of truth.
You know, don't you, how much I appreciate your cleverness.
Ahh, Deborah . . how could I not? You never stop telling me . . .
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