The other day, as I was walking into the office, I realized something. Although I had parked in a far spot and the quickest route to the building’s entrance would have been over the grass, I followed the concrete walk.
But am I not a trailblazer? Am I not a man of my own convictions? I thought about this for a bit once I got to my desk, and I chalked it up to being “green” and worrying about “the environment.”
Then later, as I was logging into Twitter to do some Tweeting, I thought about how popular the micro-blogging site seems to be getting since I joined in the fun, and it lead me to wonder… did I sign up before I started hearing about it everywhere, or did I sign up because I started hearing about it everywhere?
(via Unemployed Dad)
Then later still, I found myself taking a survey… and as I awaited the results, I hoped I was in the majority. I longed for getting mixed in with the masses. (Sure, it was a survey about Chris Brown and Rihanna, so of course I would pray that the majority was thinking like me.) But I always thought of myself as a guy that lived outside the box, not in it (unless perhaps I am the box… doubt it).
So who else out there thinks this commercial is funny enough to make it their voice mail?