My wife loves Nascar.
I was going to pick apart her previous assertions to the contrary, but I don’t quite have the penchant for elaboration that she possesses, so I’ll plainly say it: Sarah loves Nascar.
Now that it’s out of the way, we can move on to more important things like the cost-benefit analysis of pharmaceutical consumption. If the movie The Princess Bride has taught us anything (the most famous is never get involved in a land war in Asia) it’s that consistent and minute exposures to a substance builds up an immunity.
Thus, if you consistently take medicines, they will become less effective. Conversely, repeated exposures to pollen in the air will only result in my body’s increased defense toward this particular irritation. Sarah says she’s not impressed by it, but really, deep down I think she is. It worked for Wesley. It will work for me.
I could be wrong, but hey, the shortest way to this woman’s heart is with Nascar tickets. Turn Left Baby!