Thursday, October 26, 2006

One of life's great mysteries

I looked down at my keyboard just now and noticed that the painted letter "N" has nearly completely worn away. All the other keys have their letters intact.

What is it about "N" that makes it wear out first? Do I use it more often? There are two "N"s in Kenerson, which I type quite frequently, so perhaps that's the problem. But there are two "L"s in "Bill", so why isn't the "L" worn out, as well?

Don't even get me started on "E".

1 comment:

Algernon said...

Growing up, my father and I both took pride in the family computer's keyboard being completely blank - the letters had been worn away by the efforts of two writers in the family.