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            1. What A Way To Go
              文章來源:未知 文章作者:enread 發布時間:2016-08-23 08:02 字體: [ ]  進入論壇
              There are two guys in a bar...one says, "Did your hear the news - Mike is dead!!!"
              "Whoa, what the heck happened to him?" asks the other guy.
              "Well he was on his way over to my house the other day and when he arrived outside the house he didn't brake properly and boom - He hit the curb1, the car flipped2 over and he crashed through the sunroof - Went flying through the air and smashed through my upstairs bedroom window."
              "What a horrible way to die!" says the other guy.
              "No no, he survived that, that didn't kill him at all. So, he's landed in my upstairs bedroom and he's all covered in broken glass on the floor. Then, he spots the big old antique wardrobe we have in the room and reaches up for the handle to try to pull himself up. He's just dragging himself up when bang, this massive wardrobe comes crashing down on top of him, crushing him and breaking most of his bones."
              "What a way to go, that's terrible!"
              "No no, that didn't kill him he survived that. He managed to get the wardrobe off him and crawls out onto the landing, he tries to pull himself up on the banister but under his weight, the banister breaks and he goes falling down on to the first floor. In mid3 air, all the broken banister poles spin and fall on him, pinning him to the floor, sticking right through him."
              "Now that is the most unfortunate way to go!"
              "No no, that didn't kill him, he even survived that. So he's on the downstairs landing, just beside the kitchen. He crawls in to the kitchen, tries to pull himself up on the stove, but reached for a big pot of boiling hot water, whoosh4, the whole thing came down on him and burned most of his skin off him."
              "Man, what a way to go!"
              "No no, he survived that, he survived that! He's lying on the ground, covered in boiling water and he spots the phone and tries to pull himself up, to call for help, but instead he grabs the light switch and pulls the whole thing off the wall and the water and electricity didn't mix and so he got electrocuted -- 10,000 volts5 shot through him."
              "Now that is one awful way to go!"
              "No no, he survived that..."
              "Hold on now, just how did he die?" asks the other guy.
              "I shot him!" the first guy exclaims.
              "You shot him? What the heck did you shoot him for?"
              "The son of a gun was wrecking6 my house!"


              1 curb LmRyy     
              • I could not curb my anger.我按捺不住我的憤怒。
              • You must curb your daughter when you are in church.你在教堂時必須管住你的女兒。
              2 flipped 5bef9da31993fe26a832c7d4b9630147     
              輕彈( flip的過去式和過去分詞 ); 按(開關); 快速翻轉; 急揮
              • The plane flipped and crashed. 飛機猛地翻轉,撞毀了。
              • The carter flipped at the horse with his whip. 趕大車的人揚鞭朝著馬輕輕地抽打。
              3 mid doTzSB     
              • Our mid-term exam is pending.我們就要期中考試了。
              • He switched over to teaching in mid-career.他在而立之年轉入教學工作。
              4 whoosh go7yy     
              • It goes whoosh up and whoosh down.它呼一下上來了,呼一下又下去了。
              • Whoosh!The straw house falls down.呼!稻草房子倒了。
              5 volts 98e8d837b26722c4cf6887fd4ebf60e8     
              n.(電壓單位)伏特( volt的名詞復數 )
              • The floating potential, Vf is usually only a few volts below ground. 浮置電勢Vf通常只低于接地電位幾伏。 來自辭典例句
              • If gamma particles are present, potential differences of several thousand volts can be generated. 如果存在γ粒子,可能產生幾千伏的電位差。 來自辭典例句
              6 wrecking 569d12118e0563e68cd62a97c094afbd     
              • He teed off on his son for wrecking the car. 他嚴厲訓斥他兒子毀壞了汽車。 來自《簡明英漢詞典》
              • Instead of wrecking the valley, the waters are put to use making electricity. 現在河水不但不在流域內肆瘧,反而被人們用來生產電力。 來自辭典例句
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