Traveling in Maine recently, we saw many vanity license plates and had fun decoding them. The best one needed no decoding. It simply read “OWA-CAH.”
James Burns / Dover, New Hampshire
Don’t be a pill
We’re so inundated with catchy drug names that it can change your perception. I went to pick up my prescription at CVS and immediately returned it to the pharmacy technician: “This isn’t mine. I’m not on Promi-sed.” She gently pointed out that the word read “promised,” as in it was promised to be completed by a certain time.
Janice Harpin Schmidt / Brookline
Spare ten grand?
It finally happened: A panhandler in Central Square asked me not for a dime or a dollar but for ten bucks. That threw me.
But if he’d asked me for ten grand, that would have thrown me even more – and made me worry that I was starting to look like Mitt Romney.
Steve Nadis / CambridgeGOT A STORY?The Boston Globe.