lol. I can understand it. I was working in the basement on something
with my dust mask on. I kept coming back up stairs to watch the game.
pretty soon I was used to being upstairs with the mask on too. I can
see how this can extend further and further beyond the workbench.
especially when you are going to get one quick piece.
"Then said I, Wisdom [is] better than strength: nevertheless the poor
I knew this person of the female persausion who would atack rear veiw
mirrors everytime she got in a car. This attack was a violent move of the
mirror to position it so she could 'adjust" her makeup. She destroyed a lot
of mirrors. And a lot of folks ended up hating her for it. But this wasn't
a problem for her. As long as her made up face was perfect.
After I had to reattach my mirror two times, I got a big mirror to go on the
visor. And an air horn. If she even started to touch my rear view mirror, i
let her have it with the air horn. Soon she started to use the other
And she looked much better without all the makeup too.
I teach construction at a high school out in the Australian bush and I also
teach some computer subjects. Often I'll finish a class in the Computer lab
on something like databases and realise for the entire lesson I was wearing
my safety specs! The kids have given up making this an issue although they
are still freaked by pencils behind my ears!
Nah, you're not alone. I see lots of make-up being put on while
driving, with the mirror adjusted to reflect the driver rather than
the traffic behind. Not convince that makes them safer drivers,
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