Pondering life’s big questions, 375mL at a time…
There are a myriad of questions in life that beg to be answered. Will I ever find true love? What’s the meaning of life? Why do I keep reading The Dissemination of Thought? Today’s TDoT post seeks elucidation on another of life’s mysteries. A conundrum that has never been examined until 9:47am on 12 December, 2011.
This can of Coke is seemingly identical to the dozens of others that have resided in my refrigerator over the past 11 months. It holds 375mL of sugar-saturated liquid and reminds me that had I purchased it in South Australia, I’d be entitled to a 10c refund. The characteristic that differentiates this can from those that have gone before it baffles me. It’s empty. Logic would dictate that I must have put it back after I’d finished it, but my motive for doing so eludes me.
Why the hell is there an empty can of Coke in my refrigerator?
What’s the strangest thing you’ve found somewhere that it shouldn’t be?