Update on the Niagara Crop-Hyphen

Looking out my patio door this morning to see what was going on with The Niagara Crop-Hyphen in my neighbour’s yard…

Yikes!

Oh, Momma!

 [If you have not seen “My Close Encounter of the Second Kind“, this post probably won’t make much sense to you. If you want to know how this all turns out, point your browser towards “The Niagara Crop-Hyphen: The Final Frontier“]

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16 responses to “Update on the Niagara Crop-Hyphen

  • My Close Encounter of the Second Kind « HoaiPhai

    […] [There has been a recent development… check it out at "Update on the Niagara Crop Hyphen"] […]

  • The Hook

    That alien gives me the creeps!
    Goood job.

  • Redneckprincess

    Hahahahahahah…PUT ON YOUR TINFOIL HAT…QUICK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Ape No. 1

    Oh my God!! Rupert Murdoch is hiding at your neighbours house. I had suspected that you were dealing with an infestation of Aussies next door. You need to make a scarecrow lookalike of Johnny Wilkinson and put it in your yard ASAP.

    • HoaiPhai

      Your thinking that the aliens were Australians is understandable. The crop-hyphen was actually in the backyard of a house rented out to as many college students as can be wedged into the place so the beer-vaccuum vortex caused by the alcohol-swilling scholars is very similar to that found hovering over any Holden factory. In fact we Canadians owe our independence as a nation to alcohol… when the Americans invaded during the War of 1812, they couldn’t take the high alcohol content of our beer. Heavily hung over, they slogged back home carrying as much of our gourmet bacon as they could carry.

      And the similarities between the Aussies and Canucks do not stop there. Both our peoples were expelled from England because of our hygiene, penchant for silly hats, and good teeth (compared to the English). The Aborigines tried to repel you with diggeridoo music while our Eskimos tried to scare us away with Inuit throat singing. You have leg-snapping crocodiles, we have head-crushing bears (in a variety of colours). Both our lands trade in a currency with portraits of the very same queen, we’re both BBQ-oriented societies, and the Americans refuse to buy our rock music (except AC/DC and The Guess Who). While the Americans are strutting around proud of electing a president that is only half white, both Australia and Canada have had prime ministers that were frickin’ women, and we didn’t even ask them what colour they were or kicked up a big fuss that the urinal in the our parliamentary lavatories would go largely unused during their administrations.

      • xeriouslywtf

        Being an Aussie I’m super impressed how much you know about us. I had no idea that we had so much in common with our maple, commonwealth united brothers.

  • Martina

    Oh my! Believe it or not, it scared me! It looks so real! 🙂 Good job

    • HoaiPhai

      It was real, Martina. And the last thing I heard him say to his friend as they got back into their flying saucer to leave was that one of them knew the best place on the planet for authentic marinara sauce so they were going to stop off there before heading back home. Don’t you live in Italy? How’s the marinara sauce over there? I’d sleep with the windows locked if I were you!

  • betharr

    beyond funny scene that really attracts: the ‘lightning light’.
    J’ai été au Canada dans les années à été auparavant.
    combien de lumière!
    can I… in French? 🙂

  • elmediat

    Quite mysterious. I had a crop circle encounter here in Elliot Lake, but it was minuscule. Don’t be fooled by that alien mask, those Sasquatches are real pranksters.

    • HoaiPhai

      I’m no expert on Bigfoots (Bigfeet?) but I think my galactic tourist was a tad short for a Sasquatch, unless it was a juvenile with a glandular problem.

  • The Niagara Crop-Hyphen: The Final Frontier « HoaiPhai

    […] what happened that I'm glad is over, first go to My Close Encounter of the Second Kind and then to Update on the Niagara Crop-Hyphen.] LD_AddCustomAttr("AdOpt", "1"); LD_AddCustomAttr("Origin", "other"); […]

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