All the places I will never go (because I can’t take my crochet)
I won’t go where I can’t take my hooks and yarn with me – so here’s all the places I’ll never visit because I can’t take my crochet.
“If I can’t take my crochet, I’m not going.” These are well-known words to loved ones of crocheters, and for the most part, they are true.
The benefit to crochet is that there aren’t many places you can’t take it – airlines don’t generally care about hooks, and as long as you have space in your bag you can take it almost anywhere.
Even if NASA allowed me to pack a set of hooks and a stash of yarn (which isn’t likely), I’d be too busy pushing complicated buttons and orbiting the earth to get any crocheting done. Thanks for the offer, NASA, but I’ll stay on Earth.
The bottom of the ocean
Those deep-sea exploration pods are pretty cramped from what I hear, and I suspect they don’t take kindly to large stashes of yarn. And what if one of those creepy fish happens to like crochet? Nah, I’ll stay on land, away from the terrifying sea life.
Creepy deep sea Angler fish
You can’t expect me to crochet with thick heavy gloves on, do you? Even though I could be crocheting my fellow climbers snuggly hats and scarves, it is my understanding that they frown on non-essential climbing gear. I’ll just climb to the top of the stairs and call it a day.
A velcro factory
Can you imagine your nice wool yarns, surrounded by velcro? It’s like a nightmare come true for crocheters. I don’t have any dying need to visit a velcro factory – I’ll go to the zipper factory instead.
Beyond the grave
I think I’ve made the decision to never die. No one can guarantee me that I’ll be able to have my hooks and yarn in the afterlife, so I’m going to stay alive forever. No big deal.
These are all the places I’ll never go – where wouldn’t you go?
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