Sunday, 6 November 2011

A few minutes with Rose Simpson



Have you ever wondered why there are more hotdog buns in a package than a regular package of hotdogs? What are you supposed to do with them?

And what's the deal with the potatoes bought on your birthday that are still around until your next birthday and look exactly the same?

I once went into the post office and noticed that it had done a study that showed, in color coding, the times when the post office was less busy. But every time I went into the post office on the color-coded busy times, they were short staffed. Did someone forget to give the managers the study?

Why don't the manufacturers of socks-in-bags add in a couple of extra socks to compensate for the ones lost in the dryer?

Why are there more old drunks than old doctors?

What's the deal with the city crews who always come to dig something up in threes when only one guy has a shovel?

Why can scientists manage to genetically engineer a peach not to have fuzz but they can't make a pit bull that doesn't bite?

Why is everyone so surprised about the problems in Greece. After all, didn't they invent tragedy?

If we can turn back time and prevent ageing, can we also stop the growth of nose hair and nostrils?

#Andy Rooney, I'm talking to you, son.

All the best in the Afterlife.

Somebody should warn God that he's going to have his hands full. :)

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