That’s where I turn my wireless keyboard upside down and shake until an entire meal falls out in the form of various discarded food particles.
I now have that ½ cup of sesame seeds I needed for a recipe.
When I returned the keyboard to its rightful spot, I couldn’t help but notice something. Several keys have been worn to the point that the letters are no longer visible.
It’s most noticeable with my A, my S, my D, my E, and my T.
Though I like that idea, a more likely culprit is the fact that the fingernails on my left pinky and ring finger tend to grow longer than the rest, resulting in harder wear on those keys.
Yes, I did say harder, though for the record, my H key is perfectly intact.
I’m curious about this phenomenon though. Does your keyboard have certain letters that have rubbed off? What are they, and why do you think that might be? Please share!
And if you want to come over later this afternoon, I’ll whip up a nice snack with keyboard food particles.