Peco4321 Posted May 16, 2017 Share Posted May 16, 2017 New research and experiments (by me the other night) proves the "quiet" paradox does exist, at least when trying to pack away at 02:00. It basically goes like this, the later in the night you pack away, and the quieter you try to be, the narrower the passageway to the shed becomes, the tripod legs get more attracted to brickwork, the squeakier the shed door becomes, the gravel path crunches more, ones balance is reduced when taking warm over trousers off and all the implements in the shed become more unstable, resulting in a tenfold increase in expletives, both in volume and strength. Anyone have similar findings? 20 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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