A week ago I was enjoying watching my team be humiliated when I felt movement on the back of my chair. "I wonder who that is?" I thought, "Or perhaps it's the cat or dog"
Then I realised I wasn't at my parents. I'm at home. I live alone. There's nobody else here. No animals. It's just me. That of course begs the question, "Who is kicking my seat?"
I didn't even bother to turn around. I knew there would be nobody there. I just sat there, vibrating momentarily, and wondering what was going on. Then I heard the washing machine, and remembered I had a load in. "Wow, that washing machine is out of control tonight. I know it shakes pretty badly sometimes, but it's violent enough that I'm feeling it out here"
Not concerned, I let the washing machine do its thing and continued to be enthralled in the game.
About an hour later one of the commentators mentioned and Earthquake in Melbourne (about 100kms south of here) which measured 4.7 on the Richter scale. It's a good thing they said something, otherwise I would have turned up to work on Monday going "What Earthquake? Oh, so THAT'S what that was!"
Maybe my washing machine is okay after all.
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