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Animals flying kites patterned like their skins.
It's a windy day!
'Don't worry - all tall buildings sway a little in the wind.'
'It's gone behind you.'
A man and cartoon mouse chase their respective hats.
Scarf puts hat back on.
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Gone with the wind.
'Is it just me or are we getting more wind lately?'
On a windy day in 1735, a new wig gives Bernoulli an idea.
'I said it's very windy isn't it?'
'Bit gusty tonight.'
'It wasn't a bad hurricane. The wind was at my back for the front nine.'
'I said, 'Come back when the wind isn't blowing!''
'It's always something!'
'The ants are my friends, they're blowing in the wind...'
Comb-overs against wind farms!
'The blown-off hat syndrome.'
You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows.