If you are ever jogging down a gravel road, remember that this is a bad time to take your lucky rock out of your pocket to admire it.
On the other hand, a hole in one would probably be easier to get.
I’d just pick the one closest to the hole. If it melts later, grab another one.
Oh, and if you drop your lucky rock on a gravel path, it ain’t that lucky.
Only after golf-ball sized hail storms.
How’d he not get hit by lightning?
@micah- He did, but his Biffbrows act as lightning rods. They run all the way down his body to the ground, except most of the hair is as pale as Biff.
Had a crazy hail storm here about a month or two ago. Ripped a bunch of leaves out of all the trees. I had to laugh later when I saw a minivan drive by, coated in leaves. Looked like some sort of Greenpeace parade float.
The Duck Has Spoken.
One of the funniest I’ve seen. I’ve often wondered about that myself. I just read about a story where someone was thrown off his toilet by hailstones flooding out of the commode. Ouch!
Heh. Hail is funny.
I cracked open a hailstone out of curiousity once. They’re pretty weird. I think I was able to separate out the layers from one another with my fingers, and I had a little ice hemispheric shell.
I’ve never had the “privilege” to see a storm with hailstones any larger than a marble. Not that I’d want to be standing around outside when it happened, but just once I’d like to see one of those record-breaking baseball-sized hailstorms up close. That would be friggen’ awesome. 😀
It’s rain rain rain here =p
During hurricaine season, you can’t SEE the hail through the rain! 😀
Bah… My lucky rock is a piece of quartz with a silver patch at one end… I can take it out where ever I like.
My lucky rock was a piece of tiger’s eye. It got lost/stolen in junior high.
yet somehow he got all the way to hole 11 … without the hail melting…
I live in Florida, so I’ve never experienced a snow or hailstorm.
Funny. Biff always has gags I wish I would have thought of myself.
Funny, there was a hail storm in the green but not anywhere else 😉
I live in mississauga ontario… we get hail like twice a year, and the biggest stones are about the size of… er… well, i cant think of a comparison, but theyre really small…
The comic is funny…but why is is titled “Needle?”
@Qskecksget – It may have something to do with a “haystack” 🙂
@bellows:Maybe it started hailing in the middle of his game?
hmm… you could always get one of those remote control golfballs…that way yours will be moving, while all the hail will be melting O.o
Is that the Pause’th hole?
I take back what I said in my first typed. There’s a big rainstorm here and it was hailing like 3 minutes ago
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A recent page from my “366 Stupidest Things Ever Said” calendar quoted a news report that the midwest had been pelted with “hail-sized golf balls”. Just struck me really funny for some reason.
I feel like the description underneath makes today feel like a double-punchline, since there’s no full-on story in there.
I’m gonna call sports and weather week.
@ Chris – Has this happened to you? The anecdote I mean.
@ randomperson – Is that supposed to be a picture of a rainstorm
My guess is needle in a haystack week.
“Why isn’t that piece of hail melting? Oh, wait…”
If you’re ever biking down a gravel path, don’t take any sharp turns, for you will slide.
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