Sunday, May 04, 2008

Irony on the Job

A conversation that may or may not have taken place while sitting in the company truck.

Scott: You know what drives me crazy about this job?

Darrin: No, what?

Scott: Well, when I'm done working, I don't want to think about fossils anymore.

Darrin: Why do you say that?

Scott: Last night, when I was eating dinner with Alvin and Theodore, all they could talk about was all the fossils they had found. And all I wanted to do was watch the hockey game. There comes a point when it's too much.

Darrin: Yeah, I know what you mean. When I'm done looking for fossils, I don't keep on thinking about fossils. I have other interests and other things to occupy my time. Fossils aren't my life.

Scott: Yeah, they don't define who I am.

Then they looked in the truck tape player and found this:

What's the soundtrack of your life?