Gus, father of the McWilliams children, walked to the kitchen for a bite to eat.
Recalling chocolate pie in the fridge made that his first stop.
He opened up the refridgerator and behold, half a chocolate pie. But there was a stick-it note on the plastic lid.
“Do not eat – Peter” is what it read.
There was also a note on the orange soda. “Do not drink – also Peter”
In fact, all of the food in the fridge had a stick-it note plastered onto it with a family member’s name on it.
Giving up on a snack, Gus decided to watch some TV. He plopped on the couch and picked up the remote.
It also had a stick-it note!
“I call the TV next – Derek” it read.
“You’ve got to be kidding me.” Said Gus.
The car keys, bathroom door, laundry, board games, video games, laptops, phones, EVERYTHING had stick-it notes stuck to them by various members of the McWilliams family, each claiming ownership as if the stick-it note prevented others from using whatever they’re stuck it.
And it worked so far…
Gus shook his head. “I know how to stop this.”
Peter walked in the house, a bag of fast food in his hands. “I need to stick-it note my ownership on these…”
He walked to the closet to grab a stick-it note but was shocked to see the package of stick-it notes had a note on it.
“These are mine now. – Gus/Dad”
“Darn it.” Peter said.