June 15, 2010

New theory on why the Earth is round

Filed under: humor — unwriter1 @ 4:54 am
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The earth is really flat. But, a few million years ago, things changed. Bear in mind that the early cave man was a behemoth, in other words, huge. He was out walking his two pet Tyrannosaurus, when he watched one of them walk off the edge of the earth. Now this ticked him off. He decided it was time to fix this problem since he had lost part of his herd of wooly mammoths the same way.

He stepped out of his cave one night (it had to be night since that’s the only time asteroids are visible), and walked over to a neighboring asteroid. Ol cavey (names hadn’t been invented yet), waited patiently for the first likely candidate asteroid to whizz past. It took almost three weeks of waiting, but since watches hadn’t been invented yet, time meant nothing. Finally he spotted one that would work.

He grabbed it with one hand and grabbed earth with the other. Trying to put a flat surface on a round object doesn’t work well according to the laws of topography. But, Cavey didn’t study law, so he wrapped earth around this rock and glued it on with moon dust and water squeezed from the moon. That also explains why there is no water on the moon. Once finished, he stepped back on earth and walked over to the store for some carry-out pterodactyl.



  1. So THAT’S it! I just KNEW what they taught us in shcool wasn’t right! LOL…Cute blog, Ron Twain!

    Comment by Carol — June 15, 2010 @ 5:35 am | Reply

  2. What did you eat before bed? Only you could come up with something this bizare. And they thought it was the big bang theory. No. it was the crazy ron roping the universe with his mind. LOL

    Comment by ahartson53 — June 15, 2010 @ 6:50 am | Reply

  3. Works for me, the theory. I’d have also gotten some Brontasaurus Jerky to go with the Pterodactyl take-out, though … yumm!

    Comment by The Old Silly — June 15, 2010 @ 7:45 am | Reply

  4. The bad thing about pterodactyl take-out is that no matter how much you eat, you’re always hungry again 30 minutes later!

    Comment by Joyce Scarbrough — June 15, 2010 @ 8:50 am | Reply

  5. No fair Joyce, you stole my thunder. *lol* Oops…now Ron will probably blog about thunder. *lol* I’m amazed at how this man’s mind works. Love it!

    Comment by Ginger — June 15, 2010 @ 9:00 am | Reply

  6. And there you have it, folks–the true story!

    Comment by Joyce A. Anthony — June 15, 2010 @ 2:40 pm | Reply

  7. I liked your great creativity. I’m working on a similar type novel about the planet Topia (Heaven), Damog, (hell) and Earth. Keep up the good writing.

    Comment by Janet Glaser — June 15, 2010 @ 7:38 pm | Reply

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