Light Switch

A light switch is a switch that turns a light on and off. If the light is off and you flick it, the light will turn on. If the light is already on and you flick the switch, then the light will turn off. It’s a pretty straightforward way of controlling the light. Sadly, some people don’t know how a light switch works. They know that if they go into a dark room and can’t see anything they can flick a switch and a light will come on. But they don’t know how to turn off the light when they leave the room. Nobody taught them that a light switch goes both ways (like your mom). I don’t know whether to feel sorry for them or to slap them (like your mom). The general rule states that you turn on the light when you need to see, and you turn it off when you don’t need to see. There are exceptions of course, like leaving a light on to stop burglars or to grow weed. Other than that, you should turn off the light when you leave the room. Unless there are still other people in there.

Critically Rated at 12/17

Written, Rated, and Reviewed by Brendan H. Young

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2 responses to “Light Switch

  1. dont quit your day job

    Did you really just write a blog entry about a light switch? There’s a part of the human brain that’s supposed to dictate what thoughts your share, versus what thoughts you keep internal because they’re mind-numbingly worthless to others. You’re missing that part of you brain.

    Critically Retarded at 17/17

    • I think the real question is did you really write a comment about a blog entry about a light switch? And you shouldn’t make typos when you’re insulting someone’s intelligence, it doesn’t make you look good.

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