There’s help! High five! … Shoot, sorry.
According to a “Center For People With Things For Hands,” one in 10 million people is innate with things for hands each year. People with things for hands have formerly had nowhere to spin for help. And infrequently they couldn’t spin during all, since their hands were knives or scissors or something sharp, and if they incited too quick, they competence harm someone.
But now, interjection to comedy web array “Things For Hands,”
Yeah, put ‘er there! … Ah, again, sorry.