(editors note: “Wood” in this usage refers to the extra shoes shown to a customer remaining after the customer has chosen which shoe(s) she will purchase, and “running” refers to the act of returning said “wood" to their respective places in the stock room)
“Hey,” I tell my manager, “I’m finished, just need to run my wood.”
“Cool, just come her, lemee ask you,” he says seriously, motioning me over, “uh, how much wood would a woodchuck run if a woodchuck could run wood?”
Without a word, I turn and walk away from him in feigned disgust, while he calls after me, “But I had you going for a second, right?"
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