If I was making up the questions on Family Feud, these would be the questions during the final round. They could all have the same answer and would be incredibly frustrating. See if you can figure it out…
1. Something you do with a basketball
2. What you do when following a slow car
3. A type of play in football
4. Something you do with food during a meal
5. What you do when you can’t think of an answer to a question
I’m terrible at ending phone conversations…is saying “bye” really necessary if I’ve already said “later” or “see ya”? Seems a little redundant to say “See ya…bye” doesn’t it? What’s really bad is that I’ll even go as far as saying “See ya later…bye.” I guess I just really want there to be no doubt as to whether the conversation is over. Or perhaps it’s just another example of me overthinking really insignificant things that don’t deserve this much thought.
I think pop tastes better in plastic cups, but I prefer the sweatlessness of styrofoam better. One of these days someone will invent a sweatless plastic cup…and that person will be my hero.
Does anyone else find it a bit unsettling when the automatic flush toilets flush as soon as you are done, even though you haven’t moved? Is it possible that toilets are becoming too smart? I guess we have to give credit to the toilet designers, though – the fact that people are questioning how advanced is too advanced for a toilet shows just how far they have come over the years. It’s also frightening to think about the future of toilet evolution.
Why do people compare a comfortable mattress to sleeping on a cloud? Maybe I’m strange, but I just don’t see the appeal in laying on something you will fall right through, eventually slamming into the earth at maximum velocity, shattering your bones and smashing your organs upon impact. No thank you – I’ll just stick to sleeping on a mattress.