Mr. W was chosen to judge a science fair from his old school. He was running late and concerned he would miss out on the opportunity. He texted me to let me know he made it.
Mr. W: “Got here at 10, missed only the sixth grade class.”
Me: “Oh good! Screw sixth graders. Not literally.”
Mr. W: “Great, now the government has you on record as saying that.”
Me: “I said not literally. We’re aces.”
And another text conversation I had today:
Tim: “I took the day off and we’re going to Disneyland.”
Me: “Horny! My phone auto-corrected “hooray” to horny. Whatever floats your boat, cellphone.”
Tim: “Earlier when I typed “never” to you, it auto-corrected to “ne’er”. So poetic.”
Me: “Agreed. We should start texting like that more.”
Tim: “Thou hast an excellent plan!”
Lastly, I really wanted to share a news article that I read today. Apparently a naked man walked into a Wal-Mart and stole some socks. Out of all the things a naked person could steal in a public superstore, I would have thought that socks would have ranked further down on the list. Especially in Pennsylvania during February. Maybe it is just me.