I haven’t had to wear a tie since I was at high school when I tied it at the start of term and just loosened it and slipped it on and off until it had to be washed.
Quite why this useless accessory has persevered is a thesis topic awaiting a grant.
But persevere it does and here, as a public service for those who have to tie up, is pictorial assistance from Graphjam:
A car trip thought from GraphJam:
It had to be related to Simon and Garfunkel:
The law of red faced relativity states that your propensity for stupidity is directly related to the number and importance of the people watching:
You can build your own graph at GraphJam
Quick, cheap and healthy sounds like a Tui ad. It comes from GraphJam.
There’s a theory that we never forget anything.
Everything we’ve ever known is still there, filed away in the dim dark recesses of our memories.
That theory doesn’t explain why the things we need to remember are buried under things we don’t, but this Venn diagram illustrates the problem: