The epitome of organized chaos. Or as I like to call it, US Army doctrine.
@Yourself, *squints at you suspiciously* I once got a 6” gash trying to wiggle to a spot no one could reach to clean. My chief made me duct tape kem wipes over it while I cleaned the blood up. I don’t believe the army would be softer on cleanliness than the navy.
@Yourself, the enemy can’t figure out what our strategy is if we don’t even know it ourselves
@nemestrinus , Precisely!
Just because i'm not organized, doesn't mean I don't know where my stuff is.
@ThePandaPool , but....doesn't that mean...that you're organized?
It's because that paper clip was there for 18 months, he looked at it every day and thought tomorrow I'll get it
We get this way because of tools. Less time I spend looking for a tool is less time I spend working on shjt, so if i decide to let you borrow something, it better go back exactly where the fvck you found it. If you use a 12mm socket that was rolling around in the drawer and not between the 11mm and 13mm where it belongs, put it back in the exact spot where you found it, because I guarantee it's there for a reason
This could not be more true when I was a kid I got so pissed when my mom "organized" my room she's like u can't find anything in here and then it would be about a month of me not being able to find anything
I don’t get it. Someone please explain to me!
My dad used to have my sister clean his office. He'd pile papers about a foot high across his desk and she'd leave everything filed properly and he'd be lost for the next week. But in his stacks if he needed a paper, bet your a$$ he'd know exactly what stack and how far down the first time every time.
Accidentally downvoted, not letting me change it, I will fix it asap. I do enjoy the meme, please know this.
@CoolGuyDeath, I downvote you as revenge!!!