As climate change has been making weather worse across the world, we here at Cumulo-Nimbus Entertainment have decided to take advantage of the unstable atmosphere and bring you the first ever Cross-Country Cloud Race!
This is a very cirrus event, certain to send the lucky winner’s career into the stratosphere!
And they’re off!
Uh-oh, looks like one of our contestants is slow to leave the gate. If she can’t get moving soon, she’s looking at turtle defeat.
And Contestant Number 2 is off to an early lead, setting hearts aflutter with her speed.
Oh no! Looks like she blown off the course by a stray breeze!
That puts our third and final contestant in first place. Hope he doesn’t run into any fowl weather!
Contestant Number 3 has stopped to pose for photographers just before the finish line!
What fowl behaviour! I’ve never seen anything like it.
And here comes Contestant Number 1, on a swift air current. She’s coming up the outside.
Jack be Nimbus, Jack be Quick! She’s done it! Contestant Number 1 has won the race!
What an upset!
What can I say, folks? Today has been a tale of lightning speed and mist opportunities, with a shocking twist at the end!
Let’s give a final round of applause for our new raining champion!
I know my jokes can be a bit cheesy at times – even a little saucy – but the joy I get from making them crust can’t be topped. I put a pizza my heart in every one, even if sometimes the delivery falls flat. So, thanks for reading. It’s been a slice!
It has come to our attention that some visitors to the aquarium have been making fun of our majestic sea creatures.
I will remind you that sharks and sting rays have their eyes on top of their heads. It is their nostrils that are located on the bottom.
They do not like being told they have “funny faces.”
Sharks have excellent eyesight, so don’t think you can get away with mocking them.
These are deadly sea creatures, folks. Trust me when I say you don’t want to make them angry.
So, while I’m sure many of us have been gill-ty of this offense in the past, I hope that in the future, you’ll churn over a new leaf and treat these animals like the dignified and sofishticated creatures they are.
I don’t go around looking for faces, I swear. But sometimes when I’m out, things line up just right, and next thing you know I’m snapping a pic of a house wearing a cool hat and sticking its tongue out at me. Because when I see a face, I just can’t let it slide.