Here are three random thoughts from the past few weeks that have no unifying theme and don’t really warrant their own blog posts. But were too ridiculous to not share. Hence, my new feature: Three for Thursday.
I stopped by CVS on my way to work one morning last week. Even though I’m a morning person, the time change threw me off, so I was a bit groggy. As I used the self-checkout scanner, the persistent voice asked, “Do you have your Extra Care Card?”
Except my ears were foggy and I heard it as, “Extra HAIR Card.”
And I thought, “Now THAT would be a loyalty program. Hell yeah. Sign me up.”
On that same walk to work, I spotted two cranes in motion, high in the sky. (The construction kind, not the bird kind, but I can see how you might be confused.)
I looked at the little operator booth, some 20+ stories in the air, supported only by the narrow column of scaffolding. I shook my head, thinking, “No way would I ever be a crane operator – I don’t care HOW much the job pays.”
Then I thought, “Do they have to climb down that little ladder every time they have to pee?”
Then I realized they were probably like guys on a roadtrip, priding themselves on being able to pee into any container that had a lid. I shuddered to think of the Mountain Dew bottles the carried back down the ladder with them at the end of the day.
Also? Pretty sure there aren’t any crane operators with Crohn’s.
I’d just feel so much better using a cloth napkin at your house if I knew you hadn’t washed it with your like-colored underwear.