A fool must now and then be right, by chance William Cowper #1linerweds

 

I tried to disprove this one personally.

My results so far have been poor.

I just realised writing this down – all I need to do is toss a coin.

Something I could have done forty years ago.

Isn’t it amazing how the best ideas are always the ones you chastise yourself for not thinking of in the first place?

So I went out busking, got myself a coin.

Got myself ready. The edge I said to myself.

I tossed the coin.

No.

I tried again. It has to be the edge eventually.

I’ve been on edge most of my life – that has to be a sign.

Th edge I said and tossed the coin again.

The experiment continues.

Wish me luck.



Anyone else done anything stupid in their lives?

What did you do?

There’s no judgement here….

(until after you tell me what it is)


This is my go at #1linerwedsย Check out Lindas page and everyone else having a go.

 

 

21 thoughts on “A fool must now and then be right, by chance William Cowper #1linerweds

  1. “Anyone else done anything stupid in their lives?” You wrote that as if you expect there to be that one thing we did that was stupid. I guess that might work if you bundle up everything I did during my first marriage and call it a combo-meal. Yeah, there was that.

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  2. Back when people still had stereos, the plastic lid of the turntable had a sticky spot on it from where someone had removed the tag that movers place on furniture, but left the residue. I tossed a nickel and it landed on its edge on the sticky spot. Heads I lose, tails I lose, edge I get a true story that hardly anyone else ever gets.

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