That’s why, when filling up on a road trip recently, I was delighted to find a reason to chuckle as I pumped the gas yet again.
The gas station had a poster that taught kids about bugs based on the splattered remains on the car windshield.
What a creative idea.
What a conversation starter.
What an entry into dialogue.
What a way to make bug guts interesting.
And what a way to relieve the monotony of a long drive.
What’s your equivalent of learning via splattered bug guts?