Undone.

My devious mind thought up all kinds of ideas to write about this topic but finally and considering the sensibilities of my readers, I decided to play it safe and seek the pardon of Will Knot who came up with this topic, but who unfortunately is tied up elsewhere and does not participate any more. I bet that if he was to return to writing on LBC every Friday, he will write about other undone things.

One of the problems that regular walkers and joggers face is the shoe laces coming undone which can cause one to trip and fall. It has happened to me and I went looking for solutions till I found these two clips which I would like to share with my readers as part of my contribution to the weekly Loose Bloggers Consortium where five of us write on the same topic. The four other bloggers who write regularly are, in alphabetical order, Ashok gaelikaa, Maxi, and Shackman. Do drop in on their blogs and see what their take is on this week’s topic. Since some of them may post late, do give some allowance for that too!

And another simpler and as effective a method.

Knowing that some of my readers will shoot me if I do not come up with something more profound here are two more pictures.
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If we sleep on flowers, it’s called our first night.”

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“If flowers sleep on us, it’s called our last night.”

That is a whole life undone.

22 thoughts on “Undone.”

  1. Andy has never had problems with shoe laces coming undone since he was in grammar school One fellow used to go around untying everyone’s laces, so Andy started double-knotting them and never stopped.

    I love the joke at the end. 😀
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  2. So let me get this right . If you don’t tie your shoe laces properly , you could end up with flowers sleeping over you , even before you sleep on flowers . In other words you could come unstuck before you get stuck – and that is Undone . Very profound ! Enjoyed that !

  3. I almost started my response to your post this morning by exclaiming “Holy cow!” and then it hit me almost immediately that the term could very well be offensive to a Hindu if used in an irreverent context. Take a moment to enlighten me on that subject if you will. I’m sure you are well aware it is a term used often here in the US.

    Now the reason for such a joyous outcry was because I have a terrible time keeping my athletic shoes tied. You have no idea how bad I needed this tutorial on tying those athletic shoe laces so thanks a bunch for the video. I immediately retied my shoes to the new configuration and now…. we will see if it works for the elderly. 🙂
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  4. i’m late to this party.
    i love beards.
    i must not be walking fast or hard enough.
    my laces never come untied!
    but a cool tutorial nevertheless.
    tammyj recently posted..bruno

    1. You are one of life’s fortunate ones. MIne used to all the time till I started the reverse loop system of knotting. And no, I shan’t be taking off the beard any time soon.

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