Wednesday, May 02, 2007

So, about that mug . . .

Yeah, it was in an obscure place after all. Found it today. I didn't even want to ask how it migrated from the corner of my desk to the back office behind some old coffee cans and under an empty cardboard box. Even if it isn't broken, it still needs some quality scrubbing to get rid of the tea stains, so now I've got a replacement mug at the office so the other one can take a break at home for a while.

3 comments:

Kim said...

It's been my experience that inanimate objects can travel some remarkable distances on their own. Just today I discovered that a tomato from Safeway cut itself into thin tomato slices, and one of those slices grew little legs and managed to walk down the street, into the school building, up the stairs and into my classroom where, of course, it died a tragic death next to the back left leg of my chair. I know this must have been what happened because it was after lunch and none of the students lay claim to it. Isn't that AMAZING?!

The Nighthawk said...

The mug might be a relative of the infamous Luggage. Have you checked for hundreds of little legs on the bottom? ;-)

-Gareth

Jenn said...

Have not yet checked for random appendages on the bottom of my mug. However, the mug does have pictures of snowmen on it, and as any Bill Watterson fan knows, snowmen can be devious creatures! Maybe I'm better off with the teddy-bears!