...the kids have to sit down and think of an invention and write about it. Part of the fun is getting to draw their inventions on these shirts. So when I got home, Luke was wearing the T-shirt...The delivery system for young Mr. Armstrong’s cure reminded me of those old Alka-Seltzer commercials where the gentleman with indigestion sings “Plop, plop, fizz, fizz. Oh, what a relief it is.” What a relief it truly would be if the cure for any type of cancer were as simple as drinking a glass of water. If only!
So, I said, “Luke, what’s up with that T-shirt?” And he said, “This is my invention. It’s a pill that cures cancer. You put the pill in a cup of water and it fizzes and bubbles. You drink the water and it cures the cancer.
Nice work, Luke. And, by the way, I like the t-shirt.