Scott: I don’t want to show you what I want to buy from REI because I’m embarrassed.
Me: Um, okay, but we are walking into REI together so you’re probably not buying it today. Anyway, we need to find shoelaces for your broken one.
Scott: Well, we should’ve looked for shoelaces at the other store.
Me: No, I think REI is a good shoelace place.
Scott: No, I’m going to look online.
Me: What are you going to look for? Shoelacesforeveryone dot com?
Scott: Yeah I am. What? You don’t think that exists on the Internet?
Me: No, I’m sure they do, and their website probably does better than mine. I hate them and their entrepreneurial spirit. I’m buying the shoelaces here to spite them.
Scott: Well, this is what I want to buy from REI that I didn’t want you to know.
Me: Yup, you were totally right. You should be embarrassed. That’s a fabric belt.
Scott: When belts come in unisex, you know they’re hip.
Me: Shoelaces are unisex.
Scott: I like this one. Wait, that’s a woman’s belt. Why is that a woman’s belt?
Me: I’ll assume you’re talking to yourself now. Smile for camera!
PS. SHOCKINGLY, shoelacesforeveryone.com is available to all my entrepreneurial readers. Although I might just buy it and redirected it to LateEnough.com. I cannot WAIT to be rich. Or be very disappointing to someone with a broken shoelace stuck with a photography of my husband wearing a fabric belt.