But if it’s right in front of you, how can you not believe in it?

August 15, 2012 at 9:59 am (Stuff that Bugs Me Right Now)

Why do people say “I don’t believe in …” when they really mean to say “I don’t believe in using …” ?

For instance, the apprentice sneezed and I offered her some antibacterial hand gel, and she said, “I don’t believe in that stuff.”

“But it’s right here,” I replied. “Also, didn’t you tell me you carry some in your car?”

“Well, that’s for dealing with dead bodies and stuff.”

“There’s dead bodies in your car?”

And then she launched into a long and boring diatribe on super-viruses, and I rolled my eyes and started this blog post.

Look! Even the Internet believes in them!


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