Reminded me of the last (or maybe the one before that) tour to India by the England cricket team. IIRC, there was a match either in Mohali or Delhi and when the camera panned across the stands first thing in the morning, the Barmy Army were in their shorts (guys without tees) while all Indians were huddled together in their sweaters and monkey caps.
Joke 1 : I cut-down on driving my car because there was a strange noise coming every time I turned the steering wheel. The damn noise came night or day, without any passengers or full load. Worried I preponed the scheduled servicing and took it to A.S.S.
The noise never came.
The bloody joke is on me.
Joke 2 : A 40k kms for my Corsa is gonna cost me 30k because the tension belt and clutch assembly are being replaced. The joke is again on me!
I really wish the guys who designed Corsa and it's spare parts have extremely high-maintenance wives and leave them with nothing except Jockey underpants. Hopefully then the engineers will know what jokers they have reduced Corsa's buyers to.
This is a test from an orthopedic surgeon. It will confuse your mind and you will keep trying over and over again to see if you can outsmart your foot, but, you can’t. It's pre programmed in your brain!
1. While sitting at your desk in front of your computer, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles.
2. Now, while doing this, draw the number ’6' in the air with your right hand. Your foot will change direction.
There’s nothing you can do about it!
I came across this long time ago and failed and everyone whom I shared it with failed. While sharing it with a friend, his 5th grade kid was doing his homework overheard us and replied "Oh uncle its so easy - see I can do it" and he indeed was doing it.
What he did left us with an open mouth and shaking heads and made us realize that there are more ways than one to do a thing and how we often don't look at options whatever the situation might be.
All he did was, he wrote the "6" inside out i:e clockwise(the same direction as the rotation of the legs".