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Saw someone wearing a North Face climbing jackets and
realised the opportunity to upgrade polarity wise.
First we need bees, but we'll come to that later. Surely
the point of a North Face jacket is to show manly vigour
not doing the wimpy South face, but what happens when
Surely then the South Face is the one with the harsher
And so, by installing a small beehive in the back of the
jacket, the bees keep track of the North/South
and rotate the labels North, to East, West, South and
After trials it seemed the bees were ok with it, but they
generated enough extra heat to make very strenuous
climbs a bit too warm. Luckily bees themselves are
sensitive to heat and by monitoring their activity it is
possible to the get the trained monkey (merely a dwarf
Yeti, but you try explaining that at Crufts) to loosen and
unfurl the many pleats, vents, zips, openings, aperture,
vent holes, gaps, orifices, spaces, cavities, clefts, slits,
pores and ports that make up 63 of the 128 metres of
fabric required for the jacket.
The North Face
"The North Face" refers to the North Face of the Eiger, a rather difficult climb. Not north as a direction. [neutrinos_shadow, Mar 17 2016]
||I'm sorry nobody commented on your bee idea. I don't really
have a comment either. Just this...this comment. Sorry
lonely bee idea.
||Nyet problem, sometimes it's better to let an idea go, but anno appreciated.
||//"The North Face" refers to the North Face of the Eiger, a rather difficult climb.
||<starts working on device to rotate the Eiger between 90 and 180 degrees randomly when no one is looking>