Almost a hero, but not quite there.
The beautiful city of Gifville is sliced perfectly in half by the grand Giffy River. Like any river, you need bridges (or maybe a boat) to get across. In the more pixellated part of town, the Pinkish Gate Bridge is a popular thoroughfare, famed for its bricky, pink-painted steel girders and wiry things. Legend has it, that the bridge was constructed as a result of the city’s founder, Vijay Shah, losing a bet with his pink-loving 8-year-old niece.
This shiny, see-through attraction in China is famed for bringing out the fear in its visitors. If a drop of several hundred metres with nothing but glass between your feet and a nasty ending isn’t bad enough, the glass allegedly does an illusion of suddenly cracking when you step on it. Do I smell shepherd’s pie, or should I say, runny digested noodles? Yikes!!
I had a spot of bother this morning, getting to work, after my TfL Rail train to Liverpool Street got cancelled at short notice. Apparently the train broke down (meaning it probably didn’t fall off a bridge). Nice start to the Monday, aye guys!
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