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Why do you suppose aliens never seem to visit planet Earth in the winter? Also, why do they leave ‘crop circles’ but not ‘snow circles’? Wouldn’t snow circles be easier?

I have a theory: I don’t think they like the cold. Also, I think they’re too smart to waste energy with menial tasks like snow shovelling.

For some reason, my mind is working overtime.

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It’s true that we use language which has meaning for us – including our metaphors!

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Surely, I thought right out the blue the other day, aliens must occasionally take time off from flitting about between planets, causing sightings and conducting experiments!

I wonder what I’d do if I came across a couple of weirdos having a good time.

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I left Costco the other day and couldn’t help but notice as I walked back to my car that every, single car I could see looked just like every single other car I could see! Yes, they were different brands, but they still all looked fundamentally the same. Come on, car manufacturers! Dare to be different!

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When are we going to stop dumping our space garbage in our own inner space? Did we learn nothing from Wall-e?®️

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I like subtle. Obviously these two chaps are getting along as the alien tries to point out his little home planet amongst all those millions of stars.

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I have often wondered how horses feel, being left out in a field all night.

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Can you imagine how deafeningly, roaringly loud the Star Ship Enterprise must have been?

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I know I did Lost in Space just a few days ago, but I couldn’t resist this different take.

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There’s a lesson in this. When the aliens come, which kerdoodle will you be?

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When you just can’t go any higher with the technology at your disposal.

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I think this is fairly self-explanatory, and perhaps a little more political than I like to be. But… it needed to be said.

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It’s the hardest thing in the universe to stop and actually ask for directions.

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We’ve all heard of alien abduction – for experiments, and such. Well, here they’re taking one of everything in Kerdoolia – for who knows what nefarious purposes!

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