Things I Don’t Understand, Items 593 thru 595

593. Guys who employ an All-Cargo-Pants-All-the-Time-No-Matter-What wardrobe strategy
594. Why the marketing team that named the air freshener STINK BEGONE that I got at the 99 cent Store can’t name every product everywhere that exists in the universe
595. When people say “No.” is a complete sentence even though it lacks a noun and a verb

4 Comments on "Things I Don’t Understand, Items 593 thru 595"

  1. PJ says:

    #595 The noun and the verb are said to be inferred, are they not? So if I is the inferred noun and say is the inferred verb, what part of speech is the “No.” Should I know this?

  2. Beth says:

    Personally, my favorite product name EVER is “anti-monkey butt” powder. I am not making this up either.