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Numerology information Escalator:
Name Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order
Definition funny of Escalator:
moving staircase (not to be confused with the moving staircases in Harry Potter) used to make walking up stairs easier. Its like taking the worst part about elevators (makes you fat) and stairs (takes too long) and putting it all in one convenient location.
Guy 1: Dude lets take the escalator Guy 2: Why? Guy 1: Because escalators are slow and make me fat!
Essentially a set of moving stairs which transport an individual from high ground to low ground or from low ground to high ground. There is a commonly ignored rule of escalator etiquette which states that people are to walk on the left and stand on the right sides of the escalator. Many people ignore this rule and stand on both sides of the escalator resuling in escalator traffic jams. These jams are especially annoying when people are in a rush. Many people believe escalators are indicatave of the laziness of the human race. Instead or walking up stairs, people insist on being effortlessly floated to the top of their staircase. This is one of the reasons among thousands, that the world is becoming so obese.
Guy: Don't take the stairs, let's take the escalator - it's less effort. Guy 2: Yeah, but I don't want to become fat like you. Employee: I was late because people on the escalator didn't follow the proper escalator etiquette! There was an escalator jam! Manager: ...you're fired.
When having sex at the top of a staircase, the man karate chops the woman between the shoulder blades, causing her to flinch and her arms flail backwards. He then proceeds to kick the woman's legs out from under her, grab onto her arms and ride her down the stairs.
"Dude, my girl told me she was pregnant" "Damn! What are you going to do?" "Shit man, I'm giving her the escalator tonight and aborting that fetus"
Also known as moving stairs, transporting people up or down without the need for elevators or stairs or ladders or ropes or jetpacks.
Songs about Escalator:
Escalator of Life by Robert Hazard from the Album Heard It On the Radio - Volume 1
Escalators by Bombadil from the Album Metrics of Affection
Up the Down Escalator by The Chameleons from the Album Script Of The Bridge (2012 Re-master)
Up The Down Escalator by The Chameleons from the Album Script Of The Bridge - 25th Anniversary Edition
Escalators by Jim Gaffigan from the Album King Baby
Escalator (from Volume 1) by The Stingrays from the Album The Indie Years : 1984
Escalators by I The Mighty from the Album Karma Never Sleeps
Books about Escalator:
Escalator by Brandon Graham (Feb 1, 2005)
Escalator by Adwoa Badoe, Worldreader and Peter Oti Asamoah (Dec 23, 2013)
Elevator & Escalator Rescue: A Comprehensive Guide by Theodore Lee Jarboe and John J. O'Donoghue (Apr 21, 2007)
Down the Up Escalator: How the 99 Percent Live by Barbara Garson (Jan 28, 2014)
Vertical Transportation: Elevators and Escalators by George R. Strakosch (Feb 1983)
Down the Up Escalator: How the 99 Percent Live in the Great Recession by Barbara Garson (Apr 2, 2013)
Elevator and Escalator Accident Reconstructio and Litigation by James Filippone, Joel D. Feldman, Ronald D. Schloss and David A. Cooper (Jan 1, 2012)
Movies about Escalator:
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood: Up & Down Elevators and Escalators 2010 - Runtime: 28 mins
Centre Georges Pompidou: Big Escalator 2000 NR - Runtime: 1 hr
Ups and Downs: Safety Tips for Elevators and Escalators 1993 -
Wiki information Escalator:
An escalator is a moving staircase – a conveyor transport device for carrying people between floors of a building. The device consists of a motor-driven chain of individual, linked steps that move up or down on tracks, allowing the step treads to...
The Central–Mid-Levels escalator and walkway system in Hong Kong is the longest outdoor covered escalator system in the world. The entire system covers over 800 metres in distance and elevates over 135 metres from bottom to top. It was constructed in...