What’s a girl to do when she has a flat tire? Change it, I suppose or get someone else to change it. Or she can opt to have a mode of transportation that doesn’t have wheels at all. Say, a broomstick perhaps! 😉
Of course broomsticks have their own issues and there are hazards to riding one. Most people don’t realize these things, which is a pity.
If you’ve ever been on a motorcycle, one that’s traveling fast, and you see a bug coming street for you well then I guess you know one of the hazards of riding a broomstick. Bugs hurt folks. Sure they got splat, but not before hey hit you hard, and then you have to deal with the nasty mess too. And in case you didn’t notice, broomsticks do not have wipers. Ah things I do to ride my broomstick, sleeves has been sacrified for all variety of splattered bug bits.
If you are a traditionalist then the wood style is just for you, only be careful as they splinter. Taking a wooden broomstick up is not for the faint of heart. All that pressure and humidity from clouds just warps the wood and soon you have cracks and splinters. And no one, I mean no one, wants a splinter from getting on or off or ridding a broomstick.
Besides bugs and splinters there is weather to consider. How dies a girl dress for the weather, and dress for her broomstick and still look fashionable? If the pointy hat is for formal occasions only then I guess the pointy-toed shoes are for fashion, fun and frivolity.
There are birds and bats to consider as well. Hitting a bird at any rate of speed while traveling in your broomstick is going to make a huge mess. Planes must be dealt with and well that’s just the beginning.
There are no rest areas for those of us who travel by broomstick. Nope, poor us we must come down, land and then make use of what’s already there,for people who use cars etc.
And forget the fashionable hairstyles ladies because wind-blown is going to be the only look you get. Unless you have hairspray that will withstand hurricane force winds. If you are in possession of such stuff, share where you got it from.
So you see, for those of you who decided to travel by broomstick, it isn’t all just hop on it and go. One day I will detail for the full process and what’s involved, but for now I have to deal with a flat tire and broken broomstick. Don’t ask. Just please, do not ask how or why. ;). Just stick to the car ladies, stick to the car! 😉