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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Misunderstatement

"It was hot, so I was standing around the house in my underwear when the neighbour walked in with a jar of pickled onions."

How many people have used that excuse, do you think?

Add one to the list.

UPDATE! - It's fun playing around with sentences! Instead of...

"It was hot, so I was standing around the house in my underwear when the neighbour walked in with a jar of pickled onions."

... imagine that I'd rearranged the words, thusly:

"So, I was standing around the house in my underwear when the neighbour walked in with a jar of pickled onions. It was hot."

Or even -

"So, I was standing around the house when the neighbour walked in with a jar of pickled onions in my underwear. It was hot."

I'm not thinking what you're not thinking either, and I'm sure you'll be relieved to know that none of that happened. At all.

2 comments:

Mitzi G Burger said...

The heat has pickled one's brains as well as one's onions. That's a lot of pickling (and a lot of neighbours, by the end of the post.)

TimT said...

No no it was only one neighbour! Really.

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