Tonyblack wrote:It's my belief that the teaspoons are recycled into the wire coat hangers that seem to magically appear in your wardrobe.
hnorwood wrote:Tonyblack wrote:It's my belief that the teaspoons are recycled into the wire coat hangers that seem to magically appear in your wardrobe.
That reminds me of a SF story (short(ish)) where the writer gets the suspicion that certain objects made of metal morph from one thing to another getting progressively bigger - I think they start as paper clips and end as bicycles. Someone gets killed by a bike at one point. Darn - this is going to bother me now until I've found it. Pretty sure it's on my bookshelves somewhere...
Sister Jennifer wrote:The secret life of office teaspoons, shopping trolleys & wire coat hangers.
That old bear is really sweet.
Hangry, one of my new favourite words.
=Tamar wrote:It's by Avram Davidson. "Or All the Seas with Oysters", 1958. Won a Hugo Award for short fiction.
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