LESSON 2: If caught Bunburying, riddle them with riddles.
Yesterday night I was mopping our huge kitchen floor. Of course, it's too unwieldy and large to consider moppping it properly. One must Bunbury in this case.
Mother demands that I dip the entire mop in the bucket, squeeze it out, mop a section of floor, squeeze it out again, wipe the floor again. This torture could take hours. So instead, I usually dip the very tip of the mop into the bucket, and wipe the floor only once, which takes about ten minutes.
Usually my mom's not around when I clean the floor. But last night she was. Mom was in the other room, so I thought I could get away with it easily. But she saw me Bunbury the floor. She came in the room to confront me.
Mom: "You didn't clean the floor right".
"What are you talking about?"
Mom: "This floor isn't clean."
"But I did it."
Mom: "I saw you through the door."
"Mum...don't you think I'd KNOW how to do the floor by now? Isn't it clean EVERY TIME I mop it?"
"You should assign Alyssa the kitchen more often."
Mom: "You know she has a job."
"But I'll probably get a job soon; who'll do it then?"
Mom leaves the room.
In conclusion, to escape the clutches of those who caught you Bunburying, always divert their attention, and/or answer their questions with questions, in which they will become confused. People not used to wit do that more often than you think.
PS: New layout!