Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Things I Learned...

...at the Women's Woodworking Club meeting last night:

1. It's legal to work inside your home completely naked and you can even walk outside your home and work in the yard, also naked. As long as you don't offend anyone, you won't be arrested.

2. It's possible to hold four simultaneous conversations, at the same table, with the same people, and everyone will hear what everyone else is saying.*

*this excludes yours truly, who obviously must be missing an x chromosome.

6 comments:

Shazza said...

These women aren't using power tools while they are naked are they? I just have these horrible "shop accident" pictures running through my head right now.

The Village Carpenter said...

Gives new meaning to the phrase "Chest of Drawers", doesn't it?

Presbyfruit said...

And what's the definition of "offend?"

Identity Mixed said...

Might fall under the category of "Things I Didn't Need to Know."

LadyBurg said...

So how did you learn this? Did you all wonder around naked or was this lesson learned by a "friend?"

I'd agree that nakedness near power tools may be a very bad idea.

The Village Carpenter said...

One of the women in the club is a retired police officer and I caught pieces of her conversation with another club member. This illustrates just one of the many off-the-wall conversations that goes on in our WOODWORKING meetings!

These women are a trip. : )