i knew my abc's first!
this is how my day is going.
i just witnessed an argument between two representative of the corporate insurance world arguing about who knew their abc's first.
the argument originally started because they were discussing, im guessing, who had to go to kindergarten. well, both of them are too old for that recent invention so neither of them went. and thus the argument begins...
let's call her imelda (not her real name) stated that she didnt go to kindergarten because she was too advanced for such things.
and the other rep, let's call her cynthia (also not her real name) states that she knew her abc's first.
so, i'm sitting at my desk and they walk by me having this loud discussion.
imelda is clearly at least 10 years older than cynthia. cynthia is also not known as being the brightest crayon in the corporate box.
well, they continue to argue about who knew their abc's first.
is it appropriate for me to interject and say "CLEARLY imelda knew hers first. simple math guys. which one of you is older?" and then go on with my day?