time flies like an arrow and fruit flies like a banana - WordReference...
In the first, "flies" is clearly a verb, and like is a descriptor: time does fly as anarrow does. in the second, "fruitflies" is the noun in the sentence, while like is the verb: little insects enjoy abanana. The joke is in the unexpected shift of the parts of speech.
Time Flies Like an Arrow Fruit Flies Like a Banana by Ascynd on...
Couldn't resist drawing this cute from the backside, I love that clock marking! And this pose was perfect for the clock hands. Commission for fuedal dal, hope you like it!! Character & Art (c) Feudal Bagbean species (c) GriffSnuff.
Time Flies like an arrow, Fruit Flies like Banana!!! - Dot Esports
The first skill we’ll take a quick glance at is his Q, Time Bomb. it’s got huge ratios. This is going to be your main and probably only source of damage from your champion throughout the majority of the game. It has an insane scaling ratio and provides a stun ranging from 1.1 to 1.5 seconds.
Time Flies like an arrow, Fruit Flies like banana
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Time Flies Like an Arrow, Fruit Flies Like a Banana (105 books)
Time, time travel, horology, history of time, time warps, parallel lives/universes, alternate reality, nonlinear narratives.anything but The Time Traveler's Wife or Outlander!
Time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana - teh Blorg
This was supposed to be a post about Sir Anthony Leggett’s lecture last Thursday on why time can’t run backwards. Unfortunately this isn’t the case as the lecture was so crowded that we were forced to leave. On the bright side I think the Physics department learned that when a Nobel Prize winning.