- Ink in almost any condition is good ink in a crisis.
- Humour is always healthy, particularly crisis humour.
The full version:
Recently Matt Browning of Surge Screen Printing and Embroidery in Richmond, Kentucky, posted an item on LinkedIn with two images of a 5-gallon bucket manhandled by UPS. You have probably taken delivery of at least one similarly-distorted container in your time (the mind boggles at how shippers manage to do this, doesn’t it?), but that’s not the point.
The point is how Browning’s post drew a hilarious then-and-now comparison that’s as appropriately realistic for the times as it is funny:
2019: “Umm, our ink arrived off the UPS truck like this. Can you send us a replacement bucket please?”
2021: “Thank you, Lord, for we are truly blessed!”