Who doesn’t like the fare at this time of year? (Not to be confused with the seasonal fund-raising event on the village green of course!)
So the moral of the tale is don’t jump to conclusions … oh I see – that boat has sailed – you already have!
I presume other people have this issue too – how do I find out if the company calling is really who they say they are, and why is it so important that they ask security questions of me when they have already selected me to call?
Humdrum rather than exciting perhaps. BTW slipped in a little homage to Wayne’s World for those who remember and appreciate such things … Not! 😉
There once was a man whose twin boys, Had a collection of musical toys, He was tempted to play, On their ukulele, And so made a cacophonous noise. More limericks at https://musing75.com/limericks/
Lest anyone should get too carried away with the comparison, I should point out that Piet Mondrian was a highly skilled artist who knew what he was trying to achieve with his creations, whereas I am/do not …
It’s a memory thing …
Almost as if he forgot the second chair on purpose … after all it is easier to carry one seat than two!
Personally I find a bread knife much easier to use than a can opener – so I’ve never understood why sliced bread is somehow regarded as the high-water mark of modern innovation! Surely “The best thing since sliced bread” would make more sense if it was changed to “The best thing since the ring-pull can” […]
It’s just a “frame of mind” thing – at least that’s what I keep telling myself …