It was a moment of weakness.
As the saying goes, sign painters don’t read signs. I claim designers don’t read copy.
(This one is dedicated to M.C.)
Forget the bus. There are things in life you’ve just gotta do sometimes.
What exactly are we storing away in the boxes we cart from place to place?
Our fondness for stuff affects almost every aspect of our lives. Housing size, for example, has ballooned in the last 60 years. The average size of a new American home in 1950 was 983 square feet; by 2011, the average new home was 2,480 square feet. Full article can be found on the NY Times website
To go, to leave. Used derogatively.
A pun on leaving, the process of shedding leaves that occurs in deciduous trees.
The sad news is I’ve resorted to Downton Abbey while waiting for Mad Men to come back. In other news there’s this.