That’s Jeffervescent! – by Jefferson Airplane
This is a plastic tray.
Tonight is bin night. So I saw my chance, seized the moment, retrieved the plastic tray from the recycling bin, and pranced into the Wreck Room.
This plastic tray is pretty much the brass ring of plastic trays. Howard and I love it. It is just the right amount of crunchy to make it absolutely amazing. And, thanks to its rectangular shape, it also makes a great tug toy – something that would be almost impossible if it were just a simple square. That’s geometric serendipity if ever I’ve seen it.
By reputation, rectangles are usually more fun than squares, which are apparently dull and boring. A rectangle, on the other hand, is positively oblong in its swagger. As the Cookie Monster once said, it’s a wreck and it’s a tangle. In fact, this sounds a bit like our Wreck Room. And what could be more fun than that!?
But, don’t settle for stereotypes. In fact, a square can be a rectangle. So it seems, there’s hope for anyone to become the rectangle life of the party!
So don’t judge a square by its regular sides!
A tug that can crunch till it’s recycled? That’s Jeffervescent!
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