How Not to Be a Knucklehead

Picture of Rosie the Riveter for how not to be a knuckleheadIn these changing times, many of us are asking “Am I a knucklehead?” 

If you are reading this, chances are good that you may know a knucklehead or even be one yourself.  

Don’t worry!  Together we can share tips and knowledge.

Use this How Not to Be a Knucklehead tips checklist to get started.

1.  Do not store cheese in your sock drawer.

2.  Do not allow your underwear to stick out more than 5 inches.

3. Do not pick up hot pans with your lips.  = (important one)

Wok of Dong
photo credit: liber

4.  Do not store bulky items like cupcakes in your shoes.

5.  Do not try to sleep in a pond.

6.  Do look around fairly often. 

7.  Do not text (or fry greasy foods) while driving. 

8.  Do ask smart people how to do stuff.




For the wolf fans...
photo credit: Tambako the Jaguar

9.  Do not pet a wolf in the wrong direction. 

10.  Tape this checklist of tips near your sleeping area.

This message has been a public service.  E-mail or provide the link to persons you suspect may be a knuckleheads.  

Working together we can share knowledge tips and not pick up hot pans with our lips.

Author: AstroGremlin

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8 thoughts on “How Not to Be a Knucklehead”

  1. Ohhhh, I need to ask smart people how to do stuff. The thing is, many won’t give me the time of day (except for one green alien – YOU). I will, however, tape your checklist near my sleeping area. Do you think there’s any hope for me Astro G?

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    Stay green,
    Rose (aka sousababy)

    1. Bob, we all know how difficult it can be not to pet a wolf in the wrong direction. What seems like the *right* direction for us — due to the fluffy feel, the interesting resistance of the fur, and the gentle, barely audible growling of the wolf — is actually the *wrong* direction from the wolf’s perspective. I am typing this with my left hand.
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