“Blue Balls Mystery Close to Being Solved”

Now, that’s my kind of headline.

Best, of all, it’s straight out of the Guardian.

On first reading, the question appears to be, why are those balls blue?

Numerous reasons come to mind, from the chronic to the acute.

But the real question is not why the blue balls, but how did they get there?

It seems that blue balls rained from the sky onto a garden in Dorset, England, creating a local frenzy about the origin and makeup.

These particular blue balls have been whisked off to the applied sciences section of Bournemouth University for a good going-over.

We are relieved to learn that these are not the balls of aliens, blue or otherwise, and await the final solving of this most curious case.

 

Source:  The Guardian

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