Wednesday, September 21, 2011

BLOG TWEET: QUESTION

Can the shit still hit the fan if it's a Dyson?


Blog Tweet: I don't Tweet and I don't have a FaceBook pagebut I have lots of random thoughts that deserve to be heard and I have excellent access to my computer (no smart phone yet), thus the Blog Tweet. And don't worry, I'll Blog Tweet more than once a day, if that. I just thought it was a cute title and a way to keep posting while I recover.

11 comments:

David said...

Ummm, Sean. Hello Sweetie. While I love you for resisting the urge to go all social media (it will, I think, suck the life out of you. Sort of like Michele Bachmann explaining how gays can be cured), a twitter page is not awful.

Just saying. xoxo

Robyn said...

I don't know. I'm not willing to spend $500 on a Dyson. :-)

Will said...

The answer is: Yes, the shit can still hit the fan. However it will hit the base or the frame, but it won't hit the blades. And even if it doesn't hit the fan, but goes through the orifice, it will still be a mess to clean up. Moral: keep the shit away from the fan - even if it is a Dyson.

Prospero said...

The phrase mentions the fan, not the blades, so of course it can.

tamayn said...

The shit will still hit the fan. It will just do so more efficiently!

DeepBlue said...

I don't understand Tweet. But I don't understand fans either...

HELLO! I live in the North Pole! The shit will freeze way before it hits the fan!!!
;)
Hugs
Jon

Bob said...

What Will said.

Kyle said...

Sean, yes, it will just be less of a mess. :)

becca said...

here it not only hits the fan but gets splattered everywhere.

Mike, Studio City said...

YES , with a Dyson the shit will hit the fan when your husband finds out you spent 250.oo for the stupid thing.

CJ/Rick said...

I'm not sure about the fan but when I paid $500 for the so-called Dyson "pet vac" and the clutch went out in a few months lets say the shit hit the fan.

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