In Max's defense, he said that some of his points were "not so accepted truths," so we probably shouldn't take them as seriously as some of us are. <coughcough>
In Max's not defense, I never promised to make all of my Mondays Question Mondays! About a month ago, I said, "I think I'm going to make my Mondays question days occasionally, and Max, you are free to make your Mondays question days occasionally, as well."
For today's not-so-smooth transition, I'm going to post a picture of Professor Flitwick around the time he was stabbed with a fork by Hagrid:
I pride myself in my ability to come up with controversial and fairly equally divided poll questions. I certainly received help in coming up with a few of them because I like to use my resources, so I thank those people. Here are some examples:
- We first learned that a handful of people put their socks on first and a handful of people put on their pants first.
- Some people prefer Richard Harris, and others maintain that his replacement, Michael Gambon, is superior.
- The debate between crunchy and creamy peanut butter can get pretty intense.
- Cheese and chocolate: need I say more?
This time, Max, I have failed. I honestly thought that I would have people on my side who believe that bacon would be delicious in frozen drink form. Maybe somebody else besides me will vote "yes," but it's not looking good. Time will tell. Except we can't hear time -- can we, Max?
Until next time, Max,
I'll bring construction paper, scissors, glue, and colored pencils for our project tomorrow.