Richard and Poon Review “Planes Trains and Automobiles” and Coughing

RICHARDHey there Hi there Ho there Web Folk,

Richard here with your weekly review – this week, we’ll be looking at the bittersweet tearjerker Planes, Trains & Automobiles. Starring Sir Alec Guiness and Orson Welles (sorry, I only saw about 3 minutes of it, and I was in a bit of a haze after spraying my eyes with Formula 409 to fight off a sneeze – it really works!), this movie is a cautionary tale for travelers everywhere – don’t leave home! It’ll just be heartbreak, dirt and people everywhere you go! The leader of my P.L.O.P. (People Living In Fear Of People) group suggested we watch this film this holiday as a way of acclimating ourselves to crowds – all I acclimated to was the stinging cleanse of manufactured sprays on my eyes as the pit in my stomach opened even deeper from seeing all those strangers! At least the spray was HELPFUL!

Regards,

Richard

POONHello Webnet. Poon here. Tis still the winter season, so I shall review something very personal to me.

Coughing. It is unpleasant. Sometimes it is unstoppable. I thought earlier today that I would be getting the chance to see my lungs. I literally thought I would cough so hard my lungs would end up on the outside of my body, at which point I would apologize to them for the trauma. The apology would probably be silent because I doubt sound comes out when you talk if your lungs are on the outside of your body.

Coughing. Coughing can lick my big toe. Coughing can kiss it. Coughing can go to you know where.

If it were up to me, I would go back to Eve and see if she might pull a favor with God…smaller bite, no coughing in humans?

I’m working on my anger toward coughing in my LSC (Let’s Stay Calm) Group.

Coughing.

Do you cough?

TTFN,

Poon

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