“…the Universe, presupposed to limitation and thinking that the Universe remained in a state of stasis, Astronomers were astounded to discover, that inexplicably, with a smidgen of disbelief, space as we had known it to be, was in fact, in vicissitude…”
Phil’s head now lay in the lap of another Physics major behind him, his snore reverberating off the walls of the huge and completely packed lecture hall. Silence reigned as Phil awoke with a small embarrassed giggle, wiping the drool from his cheek, “I’m in the wrong lecture hall. So sorry…”
He ran through the doors, throwing his Advanced Physics textbook into the nearest garbage can. Even though the book was worth $300 used, changing his major to Social Sciences seemed a better choice.
This is a day when I decided to move from the profound and/or amusing. Picking up Webster’s New World Dictionary (garage sale, $1.00), I permitted the pages to fall as they may. Vicissitude struck me as a good choice.)