*Robert Smith, while walking his dog before going to bed, excitedly stumbles upon what appears to be a new hiking trail leading through the woods near the community park, but after walking roughly 1/5 of a mile down the dirt path, he comes to the realization that he has only found the future driveway of a new neighbor’s home.
*Robert Smith trying unsuccessfully to balance an egg on his coffee table when he begins to think that maybe the Winter Solstice was last weekend and he missed the opportunity to show off to his young daughter.
*Robert Smith reading a rather obscure detective novel from the late 1960’s when he mispronounces the word “priceless” as “priss-a-liss” in his head, thankful that he is reading and had not said that out loud to anyone.
*Robert Smith standing in the aisle at his local hardware store, intently weighing the costs and benefits of converting his water heater to run on solar power, when a stock person walks past asking if he may be able to help, prompting Robert Smith to quickly and shyly tell him that no, he is just looking.
*Robert Smith visiting a relative’s farm- to catch up with a distant side of the family- when he accidentally knocks over the container for all of the chicken feed; he tries to nonchalantly clean up the mess, but in fact just makes it worse by burying it deeper into the sand in the chickens’ pen.
*Robert Smith walking home from his preferred video rental store, directly across from the local University, when some students playing frisbee golf in the field on the opposite side of the street recognize him and tell him to “catch” as they hurl the frisbee at him. Wanting to look “cool”, he girlishly jumps to catch the frisbee, just as it sharply changes direction with the wind, leaving him empty-handed and looking foolish; this is met with a fair amount of laughter from the students, leading Robert Smith to pick up the frisbee and throw it further down the street in a fit of spite.
*Robert Smith getting frustrated with the woman in front of him in the express line at the grocery store, because he counts 14 items when the sign clearly explains that you may only have 10 items. He lets out an exasperated sigh, as he was trying to make it home in time for the new America’s Funniest Pets and People episode, when the woman makes a half-turn with her body and angrily glares at him as the cashier places her 2nd cantaloupe into her cart and she removes her checkbook from her purse.