Wednesday, 8 March 2017

De-aerate

To de-aerate something means to remove the air from it. If I did that to The Sphere, I'd have a plastic pancake.

But of course I never would.

12 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Might be funny though...

oscar case said...

It's always good to de-aerate once in a while.

Mark Noce said...

Always good to learn a new word for the day, thanks:)

Arlee Bird said...

Tuesday in the U.S. was National Pancake Day. De-aerating might have been appropriate on that day.

Arlee Bird
Tossing It Out

Tamara Narayan said...

We have a large purple ball about that size for exercising. It's never been used for that purpose and over the years, it has slowly been de-aerating itself. Purple pancake anyone?

Patsy said...

Noooooo!

Patsy said...

I'm not sure I could reverse the process on The Sphere, Oscar.

Patsy said...

I hope you're going to use it, Mark.

Patsy said...

Oh, I didn't realise you had a pancake day too. On a Wednesday though? That's weird.

Patsy said...

I'm unsure of The Sphere's original purpose, Tamara – but I'm not risking involving him in exercise.

Wendy's Writing said...

Hurray... the sphere is back! Long live the sphere!

Patsy said...

He's always aROUND somewhere, Wendy.