A student was telling me about something "only our class knows". In the middle, one of her classmates came up, overheard, and started panicking. "What do we know? I don't know what we know!" I managed not to laugh.
A chain clothier is advertising 4-for-1 suits for their "valued customers", aka people who got on their email list by buying something from them once. Which I suppose is a good deal - but I don't need or want even one suit. I already have two!
Nature vs. Nurture
I turned on the radio, on my drive home, in the middle of the second movement of Brahms' 1st Symphony. Much to my chagrin, it took me a couple minutes to determine whether the composer was Brahms, Beethoven, or possibly Dvorak; I then failed to remember whether it was the 1st or 3rd symphony until the third movement began. I suppose this is a silly thing to worry about, but the way I was raised I should have known it practically in my sleep. (Not a silly thing to worry about: I apparently don't have a recording of any of Brahms' symphonies. I am really quite confused as to how this could have happened.)