Tuesday, November 10, 2009

The Dangers of Eavesdropping

I didn't PURPOSELY eavesdrop on my co-worker, but it was still dangerous. I nearly bit my tongue off trying to avoid laughing out loud.

I was walking by a co-worker's cube on my way to the printer. She was on the phone - on a recorded line. I didn't hear the conversation leading up to or after the quote below. So I really have no idea what she was talking about. All I know is where MY mind went after she said it:

"You're right. It's hard and it's weird."

1 comment:

GDad said...

It's obvious. She was talking about the oddly-marked debris found in 1947 at Roswell, which was supposedly part of a soft "weather balloon", but which was rigid.

What were YOU thinking of?