Jeziel Andersen | Drive announcer
It’s like a scene right out of Fawlty Towers Communication Problems episode.
And we’ve all been there — looking for something that’s right in front of us.
It could be a hat that’s on your head, keys in your pocket, or a phone that you’re currently talking on. But somehow we all experience times that the obvious just isn’t so obvious.
Here’s a classic example, Aiden just can’t figure out where he’s left his goggles, even though they’ve been sitting on his head the entire time.
Check out the hilarity.
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