Friday, March 31, 2006

The White Crayon

Who invented the white crayon? What the heck is the point of that thing? Has anyone ever actually used the white crayon? That thing doesn't show up on the paper at all. Whenever a box of crayons is purchased, all the other crayons get used up and the white crayon is completely intact. I know what some of you may be thinking: What if you have to color on a piece of construction paper or some other non-white paper? Well, the white crayon still stinks, and we all know it. I wonder who invented it. I'll bet the other crayons had been made for awhile, and the dude was like "Eureka! I figured out how to make it white!" Then, all his scientist friends were all like, "Yeah, we've all known how to make it, but there's just really no point, because no one will ever use it." Then, the first guy would think the others were just jealous and continue to make white crayons, but the others really just knew the one guy was a moron.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

First of all, moron, it's McGwire with a "W"

And second of all, that "house" is no longer.