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For those who wish to alleviate suffering less expediently, invert the body from the bars of a jungle gym or swingset, and allow six to eight hours for gravity to remove the affixed octopus from the face.
The child’s world is all about play; rules are but an adult’s attempt to introduce gravity.
Sally knew it was trite, but some days she couldn’t get beyond the single thought that rattled around in her nearly empty head and became her personal mantra, “gravity sucks.”
Sometimes a fart proves that gravity doesn’t always work right.
There are a lot of things about depression that I hate, thought Bob, but the one that really pisses me off is the way gravity increases about 25%.
Kate lay there, pinned to the bed, wanting to pee, wanting a drink of water, but unable to move because of the nightly crushing increase in the Earth’s gravity.
“The gravity of this situation is very serious,” she said into the camera just as the skydiver and his failed chute hit the ground with an audible thump, “but not so much anymore; this is on-the-spot reporter Rosaline Gonzalez reporting to you live from the El Paso Skydiving Championships; back to you, David.”
I find it easy not to think about gravity, although from what I saw in the mirror this morning, I’m still heavy on its mind.
Henry inched his way further out onto the limb, pissing off gravity even more than usual.
I predict a sudden loss of a majority of Earth’s gravity, resulting in a world where the “big boned” will have a definite advantage.
There was a time when I could drink Guinness in endless quantities, as if they were been fed to me via conveyor belt and my liver cried out, ‘HAVE AT YOU’ at each successive pint, but last night proved that those heady days of carefree consumption are over, that either age or lack of practice has relegated me to mere mortality in the realm of Guinness consumption, and that sometimes gravity is fickle with its love, proclaiming sneakily, ‘Have you met the Earth, because it’s just right here and I think you two should meet’.
Sometimes the pull of the full moon is enough that I fly up into the night sky.
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