Apparently, someone didn’t realize branding their business name in Spanish would have a comical connotation in English. Perhaps, the Barcelona blunder can be corrected by using I.C.S.T (Industrial Catering Services of Terrasa), the English translation of ‘Servico de Hosteleria Industrial de Terrassa.’
Hopefully, the Industrial Catering (and Hotel) Services in Terrasa, a city near Barcelona is located miles away from the Institute for Eastern (Oriental) Studies…
Speedy RoosterRocket: Houston, we have a problem… we are venting something out into space from Uranus. I can barely see it out my window… looks like a brown gas cloud of some sort.
Emission Control: That’s methane…whatever you do… do not fire your retro rockets!!!
Speedy RoosterRocket: How do we reach escape velocity?
Emission Control: As we speak, Bean Burritos are being Shipped High in Transit… hopefully, eating Bean Burritos 24-hours a day will produce the required level of exhaust gases to safely dislodge your rocket-ship…
Speedy RoosterRocket: Thanks to your Shipment High in Transit, we have safely separated from Uranus…
Thanks to Emission Control, Space Commander Speedy RoosterRocket has created a new energy drink aptly named the Rooster Booster and you can find his Rocket Drink in every Sheetz Gas Station located in downtown Hollydale by looking for his Rooster on his can…
For Music Monday, Mrs. Speedcat Hollydale is Farting in the USA…
a parody of Party in the U.S.A. by Miley Cyrus.
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Ironically, the origin of this most treasured wicked word actually means separating one thing from another as in how our body eliminates waste.
For those who give a Shipment High in Transit, here is the family tree of the word from the ground up:
Skheild- is a Indo-European root word which means to “divide, split, or separate”
Skit- is the proto-Germanic root word for Skheild,
Schite is the Middle Low German derived from Skit- and means dung,
Scite is the Old English translation of Schite,
and this is how getting one’s shit together evolved into our current vernacular.