Clips and Hangers


Have you noticed that if you sufficiently stock a container with paper clips it becomes unnecessary to replenished them ever again.

In 1999 I stocked a pewter dish on my desk with fertile breeder clips and 12 years later they are going strong.

Oh there has been mutations over the years. The clips are now various sizes and colors but still their numbers are strong.

Coat hangers have been known to multiply in much the same way. Again mutations are normal even between plastic and wire hangers.


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10 comments:

Rock Chef said...

We have a similar thing going on in our food cupboard with cans of soup!

wReggie said...

Good point...canned goods often breed.

Micky-T said...

Screwdrivers mutate all the time, just to annoy me.

wReggie said...

Very true. I have a box full of midget screwdrivers. Or are they call little screw drivers now?

Jay said...

It's good that we don't have to worry about paper clips because my pens keep running away from home and I can never find one.

Phfrankie Bondo said...

My paper clips are all gone. May I adopt some of yourn?

wReggie said...

Jay, pens are born sterile. This is natural.

Phranklin...did you stock it well enough?

terri said...

That's not what happens here... ours all disappear. Especially the hangers.

Judy said...

Very funny post. I wish socks could get along. But no, they always want to seperate!

Dice Mardell said...

I like this post ☺