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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Things I Don't Understand, Items 225 thru 227

225. Drivers addicted to changing lanes
226. Life before vegetable peelers
227. Harps and those who play them

10 comments:

The Zadge said...

I don't want to harp on it, but I totally agree with you on number 227.

tattytiara said...

I'm pretty sure vegetable peelers were invented by a harpist.

frigginloon said...

What about Tuba players? You don't hear much about them anymore!!!

Joann Mannix said...

I hate to tell you this, but I'm a chronic lane changer because I'm always running late for harp rehearsals.

Lora said...

my husband is a chronic lane changer and it may be grounds for divorce someday. Like that will be the final straw, you know?

also, my grandma didn't believe in peelers. the way some people don't believe in god. she could do that "all in one peel" thing with potatoes and apples, and none of the potato or apple would be harmed in the stripping of its peel.

amazing.

but she never changed lanes.

Cupcake Murphy said...

I love you all very deeply. The way you dump the Don't Understand items into a Dutch Oven like a stew. If I was the type of person to say yummy I'd say yummy.

Cupcake Murphy said...

also: I have always thought that those people who can peel an apple in one long peel should have their own Peel Olympics because they truly amaze me. Hence my perplexed-ed-ness about how one lives without vegetable peelers.

Sabrina said...

Peel Olympics! What a hilarious idea! Yes, I'm totally in for it, because how they do it, is a total mystery to me!
Also, on this topic: I can understand life before vegetable peelers, because in my new flat we have two peelers and none of them works, so I hardly ever peel my vegetables.

Twisted Susan said...

I can peel in one peel.
I'm in.

Cupcake Murphy said...

There are certian people who exude a Peel-In-One-Peel aura and you're one of them so this does not surprise me.