There’s only one problem…

I’ve been working on these cute owl mitts for one of my coworkers for WEEKS now.

There’s only one small problem.

She has a right AND left hand.

#fail

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10 thoughts on “There’s only one problem…

  1. Well you just need to make two lefts and you’ll have a set to spare and you’ll be an expert on fingerless mittens!

  2. Or maybe I could actually pay attention to what I’m doing. The stinking pattern even warns you *not* to do this.

    Nick– who says a set is four? I think of two as a set! As in.. a matching hat and scarf set.

  3. Hmmm…dictionary.com was no help here for a snazzy quick comeback. You buy a set of tires, not a pair, unless you only want to replace half of them…that’s the best I could come up with. Unless you wanted to hear, “Well, where I come from…”

    1. Actually, I found dictionary.com quite helpful in it’s generic definition of set as a noun.

      “A collection of articles designed for use together.” Surely, that would define the gloves. That is… if there were one for the right hand and one for the left. Or two for each. Since most people don’t have two right hands. ;)

      1. …it just won’t hold water. Or a left hand. Pair of shoes, pair of gloves, set of tires, set of plates…etc! ;)

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