Since my wife was in Columbia this past week I accidentally screwed up and cleaned her car. Inside and out.
Yesterday I picked up my youngest daughter from my parents in it and the first thing she said was, “Wait a second… Is mom’s car clean?”
“Why yes,” I replied. “How did you ever notice?”
“Well, the obvious lack of dirt of course,” she said. “But it also smells so nice.”
“Don’t it though,” I said, smiling inwardly to myself.
Now I guess my wife just has to drive around with a clean car. At least until two or three days have passed anyway.
This was absolutely freakin hilarious. I laughed for a long, long time…
“BROKEN. The technician has been informed.”
The next day the door wasn’t fixed: “Technician also broken.”
Then a second notice appeared, referencing a contestant on the German version of Wife Swap. It reads: “Everything stays exactly the way it is!”
And suddenly the meme floodgates opened.
A day later, and the university’s meme lovers had left the door looking like this.
Three days later, and the door still wasn’t working. In fact it looked like this.
And then – OMG. The memes had gone. GONE.
But one lone memeist decided to hold firm against the unknown meme removers.
Then came a note PROMISING that the technician had been informed, but they were just waiting on a single technical part, which would be there in a few days.
Brandschutzvorschriften = fire safety regulations, of course.
But the memes continued to build…
“If the door fails, Europe fails.”
Until finally: It was repaired!