|Despite the athletism shown the Alley-oop Mc-land-on-your-head doesn't score so well.|
|Only on a ski-field is it acceptable to match purple and green.|
|Unless you are an educational dinosaur|
|And not one of them is falling down.|
|"What the hell is that!"|
|The Bolivians don't have a coast, but that doesn't stop them having a navy.|
The Bolivian navy patrols Lake Titicaca in the Andes, and stops those mistrustful Peruvians sneaking into their country.
|Sneaky Peruvian....don't believe me see here|
|Look at all those potential sailors, with plenty of ocean knowledge.|
|As big as the X-games super-pipe apparently|
That is not a good frame of reference. You are comparing something that I have no concept of how big it is, to something I equally have no idea about a regular size. The idea of giving a frame of reference is to compare something unknown to something everyday so I can relate. Hence why football fields or buses get used a lot for large objects, because most people have a rough idea how large that is.
|In fact I think they are proposing to make Bus an SI unit|