Perfectly Balanced Note Therapy
November 9, 2011 § 3 Comments
To triumph over insignificant disputes,
Perfectly balanced note therapy is recommended.
Person A writes a note summing up his point of view,
And passes his note to person B.
Person B counts the number of words in A’s note,
And cleverly formulates a written response
Containing exactly the same number of words.
This process is repeated until resolution is attained.
Especially difficult situations require the adversaries
To count the number of letters in each word, along with punctuation,
And to dutifully respond with an impeccably symmetrical rejoinder.
If this doesn’t work, they move on to palindromes and rebuses…