How many flapjacks does it take to fill up a doghouse when you're driving down the hallway and the wings fall off your boat?
It depends if the train wheel has a nose.
If the cucumber tastes like an orange jalapeno pepper.
If you're wearing M.C Hammers 20 dollar bill.
Purple snakes don't have armpits.
The answer is "purple," because ice cream has no bones whatsoever.
500 TV's across 1 square meter show 2000 channels at once If lightning strikes the pancake shingled doghouse in the Gobi desert built by the canoe flying astronauts then why is Grif orange not red?
This may be the easiest question to answer yet. Due to the molecular structure based around the Nazi Party in WWII the prevalence of 500 TV's is unseen to the naked eye, but on this same day of relevant thinking, 300 cheeseburgers were eaten by a skinny white man who later died of a heart attack. The doghouse theorem was proven as lies and slander and the doghouse imploded due to an overdrive max limit…
The cavalry was a multipurpose branch of the army. They were the scouts, they fought on the wings of the infantry and in some cases acted as a pincer unit, driving a scattered enemy towards the main force. They also rounded up escaping enemy forces in addition to fighting battles with other horsemen.
If My Heart Had Wings - Faith Hill Wings Of A Dove - Ferlin Husky Give Me Wings - Michael Johnson Wind Beneath My Wings - Bette Midler / Gary Morris Broken Wings - Mr. Mister On The Wings Of Love - Jeffrey Osborne Bullet With Butterfly Wings - Smashing Pumpkins Flying Without Wings - Ruben Studdard On Eagles Wings- I do not know who wrote it
This phrase, which originated in a 1972 gospel song of the same name, refers to someone or something else who is the driving force in why the person in question keeps working hard in life. For example, if you're working a hard job to support your family but you do it out of love for them and wanting to help them, they are the wind beneath your wings keeping you soaring aloft.