So You're About to Be Eaten By a Lion
Are you going to help with this lion situation or not? Oh, totally. Yeah, you've got a serious problem there. Lions. Shit. OK. First things first. Are the lions eating you? No, not yet. I don't think they've seen me. That's good. And has anyone else gone to get help? Yes, Sarah went to go get help. Who's Sarah? Is that important? It might be. Is she like your girlfriend? Yes! No! I don't know. We haven't talked about it. It's like our third date. You took a date to the zoo? Huh. What? It's just kind of iffy, hey? Animals in captivity and such. Gray moral areas. Could lead to arguments. This is when the relationship should be, you know, picking up some speed. And you're throwing down speed bumps.
It could also be a country song. _
It's why traffic engineers are so desperately lonely. _You know, we were actually having an argument when this happened. You were sitting on the ledge of the lion enclosure, making broad sweeping gestures as you explained that the lions didn't look that sad, when one of your broadest, sweepingest gestures caused you to lose your balance and fall in.
It was also done to encourage more gamblers to come to the zoo. _But I don't think it went over too well. They only got one game in between a tiger and a penguin, which ended in a disqualification for the tiger when he did the obvious thing. Spectators say there was a moral to the story, but no one could remember what it was.
You have to pay a lot for a dictionary this unabridged, but some people find it worth it. _