“Hurricanes, dangerous and destructive? More like a powerful blender with a bad attitude.”

“Why do hurricanes have female names? Because they leave a mess wherever they go.”

“I’m not saying I’m prepared for a hurricane, but I do have a lot of wine in the house.”

“No thanks, I don’t need a hurricane to come through and rearrange my furniture.”

“A hurricane is just Mother Nature’s way of telling us to clean out our fridge.”

“In case of a hurricane, always remember to bring your pet rock.”

“A true Floridian doesn’t measure time in years, but in how many hurricanes they’ve survived.”

“As if 2020 couldn’t get any crazier, now we have hurricanes showing up uninvited.”

“Hurricanes are like exes – they come in hot and leave a mess behind.” “When there’s a hurricane coming, make sure to have plenty of snacks and Netflix queued up.”

“If you’re not a fan of wind and rain, then congratulations – you’re not a hurricane.”

“Just remember, in the eye of the storm there is always calm…and a lot of debris.”

“When the hurricane hits, just remember to hold on tight to your sense of humor.” ISLAMIC QUOTES ON FATHER

“Why do we call it a hurricane when it’s really just a tornado with a bigger marketing budget?”

“The only thing scarier than a hurricane is not being able to find your phone charger.”

“A hurricane is just a giant excuse to stay in your pajamas all day.”

“I’m not necessarily afraid of hurricanes, I just don’t like my house floating away.”

“If you’re ever in doubt during a hurricane, just remember: duct tape fixes everything.”

“Hurricanes are like bad hair days – you just have to ride it out and hope for the best.”

“In Florida, we don’t evacuate for hurricanes, we just put on our swim trunks and wait it out.”

“I survived Hurricane [insert name here] and all I got was this lousy t-shirt…and a lot of property damage.”

“The only thing worse than a hurricane is trying to pronounce its name.”

“If you ever need to spice up a boring conversation, just bring up your hurricane evacuation plan.”

“You know you’re a true hurricane veteran when you can sleep through the howling winds and flying debris.”