You are a bus driver. At the first stop of the day, eight people get on board. At the second stop, four get off, and eleven get on. At the third stop, two get off, and six get on. At the fourth stop, thirteen get off, and one gets on. At the fifth stop, five get off, and three get on. At the sixth stop, three get off, and two get on. What colour are the bus driver's eyes?
Extracts from Uxbridge (with thanks to “I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue.”) *
Far from making sense of the English language, most dictionaries fragrantly misregard basic English constriction – words simply don’t mean what they sound.
Perhaps you have other definitions to add to this far from comprehensive list?
Just saw a news report about the stresses and strains of self isolation. It reported that people are going crazy from being in lockdown!
It was strange, actually, because I had just been talking about this with the microwave and toaster and all of us agreed that things are getting bad. I didn't mention anything to the washing machine as she always has to put a different spin on everything, and certainly not to the fridge as he is acting cold and distant.
In the end the iron calmed me down. She said everything will be fine, which surprised me because she’s usually the first one to apply unnecessary pressure and get steamed up over nothing !!!
I have spoken with the taps about your situation, they were very hot and cold on the subject, and the vacuum cleaner said it sucks.
... The curtains were closed on the subject and the carpet was just filthy.
Stay sane and safe!
Found this on the internet - you may have seen it already.
Reflections of the Virus
Another amazing musical video which I got via Newcastle Choral Society