"A UFO in China has been identified, and it`s turned out to be basically the best thing ever for lovers of baked goods. Neither bird, nor regular old plane, the previously unidentified flying object is, in fact, a remote-controlled aircraft used to deliver cakes. The 3-and-a-half-foot-long, 22-pound vehicle was reportedly sent across Shanghai`s Huangpu River by a local bakery to deliver cake to its customers."
You can`t have your cake and eat and eat it too... We live in a delightful world with many sensual and epicurean pleasures. You can feast on a delicious cake, but it ain`t gonna be delivered to you by a flying saucer piloted by a sexy green Martian female.
It`s not a bird, plane or a UFO; it`s a thingamajig that delivers cakes to hungry customers. I can see entrepreneurs in New York City building similar contraptions to deliver drugs to their addicted customers.
See? There`s always a practical explanation for mysterious objects in the sky! I don`t want to hear any more UFO rubbish from drunken hillbillies.
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