Remember the world before e-mail? It was a world where we dropped letters in the mailbox and hoisted the little red flag. It was a world where we clipped Frosted Flakes UPC codes, stuffed them in an envelope, and waited 6-8 weeks for our lightsaber cereal spoon to arrive. The world before email was a sad, patience-testing, nearly tragic place. Eight weeks for a light-up plastic spoon. So wrong.
But with the wonder of modern technology, there’s a price to pay. Along with the nearly instant repartee with people across the globe, there’s a chance that your email will deliver a retina-searing image like this:
There is only one way to keep from being scared for life by the image now burned into your subconscious: Invent a hilarious caption for the photo that explains what’s happening, and allows you to cope.
So far, all I’ve got is: “This prom is gonna be SUPER!”