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November 18, 2020


What to do if a block of frozen urine falls on your house from a plane

(Thanks to Allen at Division)


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Are you the victim of a frozen urine fall? Get the help you deserve and call the law firm of Pizzonya and Moore at 666-URINE, right now!

Hitting a Smart car from a moving platform is quite a feat.

Why do you need to know this? Because, you know, 2020...

You know urine trouble when this happens.

Stay there. Chances are, it'll never happen again.

Find the bus riding flamethrower guy and have him swing by.

I don't want to know how Farmers' Insurance might know a thing or two about this.

Unless I'm mistaken, blue & yellow make green, so use it like water ice to keep your bud light cool on St. Paddy's Day without fearing dilution.

So they want you to report "random icefall"? Wouldn't that be another term for hail?

2020: Now raining Peesicles.

Are there no stories of property being struck by big globs of frozen excrement?

What do you say after your property is struck by a 100-pound block of “solid waste” falling at a terminal velocity of 110mph? (Provide your own punchline.)

𝅘𝅥𝅮 I'm a-peein', on a jet plane
I don't know when I'll be back again
Oh babe - I've got to go 𝅘𝅥𝅮

Ice ice baby Lemonade
Ice ice baby too cold

Urine falling from the sky is nothing. I would like to see a urinal falling from the sky.

Frozen Urine WBAGNFARB

My high school was in the flight pattern of LA International Airport. The school secretary had the NTSB on speed dial. Stuff fell onto various areas of school property with alarming regularity. One almost hit the football team as they practiced. That got everyone's attention.

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