Something I Hate
Don't you hate it when this happens? You are able to get about three decent sized pieces of foil when you finally notice the top of the roll has been crushed and which you know will result in all further pieces to become smaller and smaller, eventually shrinking into useless triangles of shiny wrap. But as
naive determined as you probably are, you believe you might get one more - just one more - piece that will sufficiently cover that unused half of the onion you needed for dinner. Yet it backfires on you and you end up with a piece so small that it's not even worthy of rabbit ears.
So, do you end up tossing the roll away? Oh, no! You hate to be wasteful and you think to yourself that the foil may come in handy one day, say for some future art project you probably won't start let alone finish, or maybe use some of it to bridge the electrical contacts in that kitchen appliance that isn't working properly. It might even be useful for Christmas Tree decorations in place of the icicles you will probably forget to buy.
I think I'll go now and finish that tinfoil hat I was working on.
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
This is part of the 30 Days of Photographs II challenge, spawned by Ziva & BonyMike (a.k.a. MikeWJ). Please visit the others that are contributing to this lunacy:
Post a Comment