From Menage A Tarot co-host David Dear…LUV the last paragraph! SO that! Thanks David! You have to admit that is pretty sage advice for any fork in the road…for goodness’ sake, don’t put it in your mouth!
When I was a little kid and I first heard the expression when you come to a fork in the road I had a vision of pronged cutlery laying on blacktop. I wondered why it wasn’t a spoon or a knife or an entire set of silverware. I wondered who had lost that fork, and what were they doing eating food requiring cutlery while walking down the middle of the road, and how dangerous that would be as one’s attention would be on getting food to mouth rather than oncoming vehicles. Then I thought maybe that’s how they lost the fork, finding themselves suddenly dodging a Dodge, leaping to the shoulder, thus losing the fork with the quick maneuver.
So as a little kid I ended the question of what to do when encountering a fork in the road with Don’t pick it up as you don’t know…
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