A friend of mine sent me a hilarious article from Boston.com this morning. The screenshots of social media humor made my entire morning, even with my own struggles with the keyboard-from-hell. There is a time and place for paying attention to social media, and that is right now.
The beginning of the article sets up the situation:
“The Last of Us,” HBO’s new hit show based on the 2013 video game of the same name, is best enjoyed when you suspend your disbelief. If you can accept that humanity is on the brink of extinction thanks to a mass pandemic caused by a mutated mind-controlling fungus that turns people into zombies, you’re in for a good time.
But Sunday night’s episode, the show’s third, may have gone too far for some Boston-area viewers when it asked them to believe that a canyon and mountain-filled landscape was, in fact, “10 miles West of Boston.”
So without ado, and with much hope for your day being made brighter by our metrowest’s sense of humor, please head over for a fun read, and do note the almost-instantaneous addition of Dunkin to the landscape. Because…Boston…
And no, I haven’t seen the show but now I must see this terrain that apparently is right here, next door, in the mountainous town of Lincoln. Don’t poke the Minutemen, Canadians, or things are going to get rough.
Thank you, Boston.com.