My brother apparently admitted to our parents over the weekend that he had never seen 'Monty Python and the Holy Grail'. I am not sure how this managed to happen. I saw it for the first time when I was in high school, if not sooner. While I was in the Air Force, it seemed to be a favorite among everyone I knew. I guess I just figured he had seen it, especially after joining the Navy. So, our father went digging through the movie collection and they watched it. My brother was quoting it afterward; a sure sign of approval.
There are times at work where I see a product on the sales floor and just have to do a double take. Today, it was when I saw the labels for two hair products. One had the word "fertilizer" in the name, the other "mayonnaise". Honestly, who thought those would be good words to use? It catches one's attention, certainly, but I would not want to put something in my hair with either of those words anywhere on the container.