1 minutes | Aug 2, 2021

#267: If You Must Assume, Assume Loudly and Openly

Even though I should not, I’m going to assume that you know the saying, “Don’t assume, because you’ll make an ‘ass’ out of ‘u’ and ‘me’.” That’s just the way we are. (Another assumption?) Knowing about asses of all shapes and sizes does not stop us making assumptions about said asses. For example, we make assumptions about tiwhat sort of asses get vaccinated or won’t. (Caught you! Because I wrote “asses get vaccinated” first in that sentence, instead of leading with “asses won’t get vaccinated”, you assumed I am against being vaccinated. Yes, you did. Admit it.) By the way, some people assume that Oscar Wilde said it first. About not assuming. Sitcom watchers might assume it was Felix Unger in the TV series “The Odd Couple.” There are other names on the list, so we may safely assume that once again Anonymous said it first.
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