When our friend Paul was fired from a catapult, it really cast a Paul over things.
If Shakespeare were alive today, he’d write Oil Wells that End Well.
Getting your head chopped off by a glass shard is a real pane in the neck.
When a mathematician suffers a flesh wound, he should apply a Gauzian distribution of bandages. And remember to use Fermat pressure.
I started my business in a building with low doorway heights. It has a lot of ‘Oh, forehead!’
As a stumbling drunk threw up all over my garden one night I looked up at the sky and whispered, ‘This is truly heavin’ on earth.”
I got into a yo-yo accident and now I’m in a whirled of hurt.
Some railway employees will be run over with a locomotive. They are the trainees.
Those with fractures are a risk to cracks.
I love dropping camera crews off a cliff. There’s nothing quite like fall foleyage.