Monday, May 4, 2009

An Observation

There are two types of people in the world, those who cut down half empty bags and those who leave them in tact down to the last crumb. I am the later. Why is this significant? Hell if I know but I’m sure it is.

I suspect there are numerous studies that have been done, detailing what this says about one’s personality. In great depth. The fact that I’ve never once considered altering any bag’s size probably says a lot too. Perhaps that I’m secretive and like to exhibit the unexpected? That I don’t want to reveal my depths by compromising anything including the integrity of an original container? That I like the unpredictability of what will be found in life as well as when reaching into a previously opened bag?

And what about those who do cut things down? What does that mean? That they’re rigid within their lives and like things streamlined? That they can’t handle not knowing what they’ll find every time they delve into something? That they’re anal about overkill and can’t tolerate excess?

What does it all mean? I don’t know, I just don’t know. Do you?


Sandra Cox said...

No clue:)
Have a good day.

Molly Daniels said...

Maybe they are the types who grew up 'that's the way we do it', never minding the fact the REASON the bag was always cut down was in order to fit inside the smaller trash can???

And they never learned to think for themselves???

Just a suggestion...

Anonymous said...

Never cut down bags...but what I really want to know, is how the hell do you think of these things, my dear?

By the way, nothing worse than opening a bag of chips and reaching in only to find crumbs. My mom is a roller of the bag. Chip, cookies, did I mention chips. I open the bag, the contents having been reduced to one trillion bite sized nuggets fit only for a hamster! lol