crazy double takes
March 20, 2009
I had two moments recently where as I walked past, my head snapped back in a crazy double take, causing me to make more appointments with my crazy chiropractor.
Which reminds me. This is a picture of the “table/bed” my chiropractor uses:
Gives me the heebie jeebies. But what can I say? It seems to work.
Anyway. Here’s the first thing. I was walking past someone’s cube, and saw this out of the corner of my eye:
I did the big double take, thinking, Hey, there’s a note on that chair.
That’s right. Jamie has announced to the world that she does not want her chair adjusted. I’m sure she has a perfectly reasonable reason for this. Maybe she’s spent waaay too much money having her chair ergonomically adjusted by a professional chair adjuster, and is just tired of calling him.
“Hi Joe. Yeah, it happened again. I dunno, some dickhead over in Purchasing I think. Yeah, okay, see you soon. I’ll just stand until you get here.”
But still. I mean, when you see a sign like that, what comes into YOUR mind?
Yeah, me too.
Here’s thing number two. I’m walking around Harmons, just enjoying myself, and suddenly I see this:
Seriously. Is that woman wearing a skein of yarn? Just in case she gets stuck in a waiting room and feels like knitting?
Or. OR, she WAS in a waiting room, felt like knitting, and THIS is what she ended up with.
“Hmm. Well, THIS isn’t so bad! Maybe I’ll just put it on. Oh, and hey, remind me to get some lunch meat on the way home.”