Don't you love how God made the male mind? Here's an example:
I shouldn’t have been surprised when my 13-year-old son had never heard of daisy chains. After I described one to him, he perked up.
“I heard about somebody who weaved some kind of flower chain that ended up to be three football fields long,” he informed us. “He had to spray water on it all day to keep the flowers from dying.”
I visualized this huge project, a field of flowers with a chain curling delicately across it. Not my cup of tea. And where did he get those stories, anyway?
“Some people would find that quaint,” I mused. “And others would find it a huge waste of time.”
“Yeah,” he agreed. “And you couldn’t even tow anything with that chain either.”