Curb Feelers, and Ocean Animals

I was driving home in the snarled mess of afternoon traffic when I came across a bright spot.

In front of me was this Hispanic fellow, legal I am sure, and he had pimped his ride with some old fashioned chrome curb feelers. But these curb feelers weren’t on his fenders, he had them attached to his truck lid like Christmas ornaments.

I certainly can’t make fun of him. After all, this story is coming to you from a middle aged man that put Shore Patrol on his windshield of his Jeep.

I wonder how curb feelers would look on the Jeep?

You know, a dolphin could stay under water endlessly if it weren’t for that pesky blow hole in the back of his neck. I’ve never seen an animal better equipped for water than a dolphin except for that they have to breathe air. How stupid is that?

I would have drowned my first night as a dolphin. I sleep too good to remember to breathe.

Then you look at a walrus, a big fat blob with flippers that spends most of his time on land. Don’t you think it would occur to him to get his big buoyant lard ass in the water more often?

He’s got flippers for God’s sake yet stays on land. It just doesn’t make sense.

6 comments:

Doc said...

BWAAHAHAHAHAAAAAAA - Curb feelers on the trunk. That is hilarious Reg!

I am glad you got a picture...

Chris said...

Every time I think of curb feelers, I think of Cheech and Chong's "Lowrider".....

"Parascope up!!"

Come to think of it, I'm sure that cat had every thing BUT curb feelers...

IEAT_SNOWMANPOOP said...

i leave my mexican jokes at the door...but now i dont have a comment

Michael said...

Hey, those things look pretty spiffy. Think I'll put a row of them under the bumpers of the Land Rovers - bush feelers!

TerryC said...

Where did the thing about walruses come from? Are you feeling chubby?

Reggie said...

Noooo.....thank you!

I just feel they are so ill suited for a land animal.