Beware Zih Killer Coconuts!

by ZihuaRob ⌂ @, Zihuatanejo, México, Tuesday, August 13, 2019, 18:59 (166 days ago) @ Talley Ho

Our very first coconut experience was in 1985. We were still tent campers and were in Bucerias, just north of Puerto Vallarta. We selected a nice shady spot to pitch the tent in and parked our Blazer next to it. Fortunately, a nice RVer came over and pointed out the coconuts over the tent. When we asked if they fell often he pointed to the RV parked next to our Blazer that had a shattered windshield. We thanked him profusely and moved!

Rob, it makes us feel so much better that sometimes you forget to look up because we do too!

A comforting thought?

Don't get complacent!

Watch out for killer coconuts. Shake out your shoes for scorpions. Don't lean back on two legs in plastic chairs. And never trust a turn signal.

I saw a U.S. Corona commercial the other day where everyone was stuffing lemon wedges into their beer bottles. I've seen too many beer bottles rebottled and for sale with nasty old lemon wedges still in them. It's especially rough when the bottle is dark green or brown and you only find out the nasty old wedge is still in it when it hits your tongue. Ewwww!

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