I think there’s some truth to that lesson. Stupid plans are also a great way to spend excessive time on your hands.
About half of the major inventions in the last 500 years have come from people with a lot of time on their hands. If you want inventions, look for a lazy man – he’s always looking for an easier way to do things.
Two things I’ve just thought:
One: Is it spelled “Doughnuts” or “donuts”?
Two: Panel 2 would make an awesome T-shirt
Frank, that would depend on whether you’re British or American. :-)
Huh? A shirt’s awesomeness depends on which side of the ocean you were raised?
Or Canadian, I guess… though I think we use them both depending on how faux sophisticated you wanna be…
Ilrium, yes, it could be a Commonwealth term, but I’m never sure how influenced you are by your southern neighbours (or should that be neighbors?).
Frank, don’t expect me to specify which question I’m answering if one of them is a statement rather than a question. :-)
Voilà, une porte, mais pas de beignes :-)
Just the list of French terms for donutoid food sounds delicious: http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beignet
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