Yup, the fall TV season has started.
Even better — paint grass and watch it dry and grow at the same time!
I have heard of the expression, “as exciting as watchng paint dry,” but hadn’t realized there was so much science behind it. With proper studies, it should be possible to more finely calibrate this expression. “As exciting as watching paint dry on rough pine lumber at 87 degrees Farenheit and 79% humidity on a cloudy day.”
“Even better — paint grass and watch it dry and grow at the same time!”
Or just watch it grow dry!
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raf, that reminds me of the expression, “as slow as molasses in January”. I read about the great and unfortunate wintertime Molasses Incident in Boston and learned that molasses travels at about 30 miles per hour in January. That’s pretty fast.
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