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Part The Waters And Walk Through

Just like Moses.
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It's a pond, you walk up to it and the water part. You walk through to the other side and the waters splash closed.

The pond has very high flow water nozzles that both drain water and pump water in as needed.

When you approach the pond, the area in front of you drains, but to keep all the water from draining out, very high pressure nozzles form a wall, pushing at a 45 degree angle away from you. This water is immediately sucked down and recycled after holding back the remaining pond water.

doctorremulac3, Jan 09 2023


       I feel //very high pressure nozzled// but i drunk very high quantity wine.
pocmloc, Jan 09 2023

       Did I say nozzled? Oh yea, I like that.   

       I'll change it though, doesn't make a lot of sense. Nozzled is a great new expression for being drunk though.   

       Isn't that a fun thing about language? If somebody asked if you drank last night and you said "Oh hell yea, I got bloody nozzled." most people wouldn't say "What's nozzled mean?".   

       1- They'd get it by context and...   

       2- They wouldn't want to seem uncool by not knowing the latest hip expressions.   

       I'd split the difference, I'd say "Nozzled, haven't heard that before. I like it! Let's get nozzled!"   

       Nozzles bring to mind a high flow of liquid so it kind of makes sense.
doctorremulac3, Jan 09 2023


       Robe, staff and white hair available at extra cost?
whatrock, Jan 10 2023

       Yup, along with a picture suitable for framing.   

       Would I ruin an otherwise fun idea by suggesting that for an extra fee a bunch of actors dressed like Egyptian soldiers chase after you and get wiped out when the pumps are turned off? Most of them would survive, they're all able to swim of course.
doctorremulac3, Jan 10 2023

       Ahh, but perhaps through CGI we can display the power of some spiteful unseen deity extending a bodily appendage down from the clouds to smite those who could swim, and merely chortle gleefully at the ones who couldn't.   

       You know, to complete the illusion.
whatrock, Jan 10 2023

       It's non-specific enough to be useful in a number of situations: "I nozzled my girlfriend last night..."   

       I'm Warnin' Ya,' try that again and I'LL NOZZLE YOU!"   

       "Smacked 'im right in the nozzle I did."   

       Well... How do you nozzle that?!
RayfordSteele, Jan 11 2023

       You must have held a party after your 1000th idea.   

       I think this would be very cool but it would have to address the atmosphere of the occasion and not just be a blinding white turbulent mist.
mylodon, Jan 14 2023

       Have I posted that many ideas? Every idea we post is a little party in itself isn't it?   

       Fans blowing hurricane force wind would clear the mist out. Add to the effect too.   

       //"Smacked 'im right in the nozzle I did."// That's actually a better use but all of those work. And yes, I did read that in an Australian accent.   

       But all of those work. Wonder if it could just be the world's first generic word? Meaning entirely determined from context. Hmmmm.
doctorremulac3, Jan 14 2023


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