I admit to having a warped sense of humor. But in my defense, I have many friends who share my love for the strange and twisted things that make us laugh.
There is a road sign about five minutes from my house that I am assuming leads to a lovely cottage on Lake Muskoka. It was really just an innocent sign until I told a friend about it and our back and forth texting about that sign had us both in tears we were laughing so hard.
The simple amusement about the sign itself turned into a full-on laugh fest when we thought about invited guests coming up to this cottage but, before they drove down the road, they decided there was no reason to go any further. The point was moot. We pictured groups of people milling about at the end of the driveway wondering why they even made the drive up in the first place. The more we thought about it, the more we laughed.
My friend drove up here to have lunch and we made a point of stopping in the driveway to take some pictures of the sign. The laughter that we had shared before was brought back quickly as we sat in our seats, tears staining our cheeks as the laughter started all over again.
Now, every time I drive by Moot Point, it makes me giggle. One innocuous sign is now the thing that can bring a smile to my face because it brings back memories of sharing great laughs with someone who is just as warped as I am.