Hurricane thrusting its way towards North America is shaped like an enormous willy

A HURRICANE thrusting towards land is carving a path shaped like a willy.

The weather whopper was seen prodding towards a coast before losing its potency and drooping to just a storm.

The phallic-looking storm is prodding its way to the Gulf of Alaska

Amid fears of gales and downpours, one wag quipped on Twitter: “Six to nine inches are expected.”

Another tweet added: “They’ll only get three.”

US weather map images, colour-coded to reflect the wind speeds, showed it stretching 2,000 miles across the Pacific and heading to the Gulf of Alaska.

It was named Hurricane Walaka, with gusts of up to 90mph, before being downgraded.

Remember this weather cock-up from Michael Fish?

Poking fun at the map, one woman tweeted: “Well well well seems like Walaka is a little bit excited.” Another user wrote: “Haha. Walaka getting a little ballsy today.”

But it was forecast to continue losing its mojo over the weekend.

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  1. In relation to comments on HBOS staff going to the dole queue, maybe there is something your bloggers should realise. HBOS staff, especially longer term ones, from the bottom up, are some of the most coveted employees not only from the banking industry but from any other retail/corporate level. It would be less dole queue, and more other companies making room for these excellent and driven people who have made it their lifes aim to try and help our customers, whom we have a lot of respect for. As for those other individuals who sit all day emailing and passing on chainmails for a living, I would be concerned if 20,000 HBOS staff members were looking for jobs. They actually work from (-8.30)9 till 5 (5.30+).

    Oh and secondly, the actual HBOS employees at this meeting are not bankers, in fact they receive an income far below the national average. Should we really be blaming them for having a drink to push aside the worries of a credit crunch that will no doubt be effecting them much more than the average joe? Escapism helps. The £300 per head has already been factored into their wage, it isn’t extra spending. Or should we call a prohibition, because if anyone feels that they still want to buy anything you better do it secretively, or people won’t be happy.

    Thirdly, next time you buy chicken at the supermarket, think about the people who can’t afford to buy it. If you still buy it, then commenting on situations such as this is completely contradictory and hypocritical.

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