Marissa Lingen (mrissa) wrote,
Marissa Lingen
mrissa

"That'll teach me to measure things."

me: I have no idea why Habitat for Humanity sent us this tape measure, but on the other hand, now we can know how big your head is. [measuring] That can't be right.

timprov: I don't know if it can -- I can't see it.

me: [measuring again, giggling copiously] Your head is about an inch less around than my waist. Well, that'll teach me to measure things.

timprov: Put that on livejournal.

me: You sure you want that open to the world?

timprov: I don't see why I wouldn't. Everybody knows I have a big head.

So, as requested. He really is not lacking in noggin. But soon it will be the season of the John Popper hat, and all will be well.
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