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Wed Oct 28, 2020, 07:05 PM

The difference between reason and excuse.

Last night. doing dishes, my wife's favorite coffee cup slipped out of my hands and broke as it hit the sink. As an engineer, why did that happen? Hands were soapy, cup was soapy, but it was in my hands and slipped. I am not denying that it is not my fault that the cup broke, after all my hands were the only ones on the cup. I'm an engineer. this is how we think. On the other hand, my wife thinks that I am just making an excuse as to why I broke her cup. This is exactly where we stand today. Do you want to listen to reason or do you want to listen to an excuse. There is no reason for any actions coming out of the White House, only excuses.

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Response to WVreaper (Original post)

Wed Oct 28, 2020, 07:11 PM

1. Okay everybody! A cup is a thing! Things don't really matter!

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Response to WVreaper (Original post)

Wed Oct 28, 2020, 07:21 PM

2. Can Amazon or eBay solve it?

My husband dropped my favorite rainbow coffee mug.

Turns out it was from FTD florists in the 80s! Found a couple on amazon or eBay and had it a few days later. Plus I learned it originated as a gay pride item 🙂

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