Even if you haven’t seen them, you’ve definitely heard of them. So, what’s all the buzz? Here’s everything there is to know about tubes.
There’s no two ways around it. Tubes are round and skinny, rods are round and skinny—the slipper fits.
If you look at a tube head-on, you’ll see that there’s definitely a circle-like element, but that’s only a very small part of a much bigger picture.
You may be wondering, are tubes dense all the way through like bricks are? And the answer to that question is “Most likely not.” There appears to be a hole in tubes that goes from the beginning of the tube to the end of the tube.
While there are many people who refer to TV as “the tube,” this is an egregious mischaracterization and should not be tolerated.
If it’s not one of these, then it just isn’t a tube.
Please contact your local government office to find out if you too live in a place that has tubes.
Logically speaking, yes, a tube should be able to fit inside a man if the man can fit in the tube. But in instances like the one pictured here, sometimes what’s logical isn’t always what’s true.
Here it is. It’s called Tubes: The Exciting Journey About Tubes.
Some tubes are as long as 13 feet.
This is a TUB.
Tubes are great because if you attach one tube to another tube, together they become an even bigger tube. Gotta love those tubes, baby!