Today Jason, Jonathan and moi moved 976 gajillion bricks. No lie.
We loaded the bed of the truck. We unloaded it. We neatly stacked the bricks.
Our neighbor liked our bricks. And if you're a friend of ours, you're a friend of our bricks.
So we hitched up the neighbor's work-trailer and backed it up to our gajillion bricks.
We loaded the bricks. Drove the trailer next door and unloaded the bricks. We neatly stacked the bricks.
We then drove the trailer back to our house, where we loaded more bricks. Drove the trailer back to the neighbor's, unloaded the bricks, neatly stacking them.
Back to our house. Where we loaded more bricks. Drove next door. Unloaded. Barely able to stack the bricks, not giving a flip if they were neat.
Unhitched the trailer, returned to the brick site, loaded the bed of the truck and stacked the remaining bricks behind Jason's nifty garage.
To sum up my day, I leave you with this famous quote (a word or two have been changed, due to literary liberties):
As God is my witness, as God is my witness, they're not going to lick me. I'm going to live through this and when it's all over, I'll never move another brick again. No, nor any of my folk. If I have to lie, steal, cheat or kill. As God is my witness, I'll never move another brick again!