The world would


#1

…be a kindler and gentler place if adults could use jolly-jumpers. Look at Isaac below; little does he know that once he reaches 25 lbs his jolly-jumping days are over. Dare I suggest that the use of Prozac and other such drugs decrease if adults could partake in such a euphoric experience? In any event, I’m going to let little Isaac cherish his time hopping around while he drools and smiles for the camera.

http://hackingthemainframe.com/coppermine/albums/userpics/11583/normal_jolly-jumper2.jpg

http://hackingthemainframe.com/coppermine/albums/userpics/11583/normal_jolly-jumper1.jpg


#2

invented in BC:

http://www.womenip.com/Quiz1.htm

And I forgot, here is the adult version of the JollyJumper:

http://tinyurl.com/6h4gy


#3

really he’s just enjoying that special interplay between potential and kinetic energies that is most enjoyable when it flows smoothly from one extreme to another…


#4

Much in the same way that struts in my front end bounce over the still warm corpses of my enemies.


#5

Looks like he’s getting his Jollies on the Jolly Jumper.

Unfortunately as humans age we seem to derive less enjoyment from simple activities that we’ve already done.


#6

i’d change that from ‘age’ to ‘jade’, because i’m still down with those simple delights derived from momentum interplay, and i’m pretty old.


#7

Hey, you know that place on Highway 16 with the rumble strips where the highway crosses the railway?

I always try to take that S-curve doing 120 or so, while accelerating.

Woohoo! Jolly Jumper turns into German suspension. Yeehaw.


#8

I’ve been in a truck crossing that very spot at about 130 km/h (after slowing down from 160) in extremely wet conditions. That was my limit. I vowed never to hop in the same vehicle as that driver. Just prior to that, we were hydroplaning. Talk about momentum interplay!


#9

pff

ZOLOFT!!!


#10