I want to keep this short. Since this Friday is the WATWB and I reblogged a reminder about it yesterday, I’m going to invade your inbox six days in a row. Unless, I combine a bar conversation, Linda’s SoCS prompt and the WATWB in one post – I did that once. Anyway. Today is One-Liner Wednesday and I have a one-liner in my notes that does not require much of a backstory.
Of course, in these days of social isolation, it does require a bit of imagination.
Picture a time when people flew from one city to another. Seriously, they would crowd into airports, snake through TAS lines, bump and nudge their way through the jetway, into the narrow aisles of the plane and cram themselves into 17″(43cm) of uncomfortable seat.
The last time I was on a plane, I was sitting next to a woman who was quite a bit older than me. I couldn’t help but notice that she had her sweater on backwards. I wasn’t going to say anything, but she noticed that I had noticed:
“I’m aware that it’s backwards but it goes on easier this way.”
This post is part of Linda G. Hill’s fun weekly series One-Liner Wednesday. If you have a one-liner, I’d encourage you to join in on the fun. You can follow this link to participate and to see the one-liners from the other participants.