Thursday, June 16, 2011


It truly is a talent to be able to explain yourself no matter the audience.  For those who can speak to anyone and be understood, the world is their Big Mac (I hate oysters).  Then there are those who couldn't tailor their message any more than monkeys could tailor theirs.

For example, I just tried to explain pocket lint to a five year old...

"Uh, when you wash your pants, they get... uh... a little bit of the fabric... er... pants ends up in the pocket."

Perfect, right?  Well, you know you did it wrong if the first question after explaining something is...


Yes, indeed, I should have just left it as "crap that the washer puts in your pocket". 

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