Bob’s hobbies often lead him to the UHaul in San Rafael. One day, while wandering among the trucks, he spied the spidery remains of someone’s rushed breakfast. He didn’t pick it up, either.
In early April, while walking on 17th street near the 101 freeway overpass, Christen nearly fell victim to this old trick. “Small but deadly,” is how Christen described the perpetrator. “I saw that they were on sale at the Whole Foods down the street,” she added.
While collecting wood beetles on the grounds of the Falkirk Mansion in San Rafael on February 5, Bob was dismayed to find he was not alone. Frozen in an eternal pirouette, this haunting figure still holds some of the grace and glamour of the olden days.
Local craftsman Bob made a New Year’s resolution to clear out the termites in his home. He dragged himself to Home Depot to get some supplies, when he came upon something even worse – a seething nest of peels, waiting for him in his cart! He did the right thing and contacted us. Let this be a lesson to always check your cart before using it.
This season yielded a healthy crop of peels. They thrive in the fall months because they can blend in with the leaves and banana slugs on the ground. Keep your eyes peeled, lest you slip and fall!
Q: What was your first psychic vision?
A. I was 6. I was on the monkey bars and I was struck with a vision of my teacher, Miss Wright, prostrate on the sidewalk. Not long afterward, Miss Wright slipped on a banana peel outside Safeway! That’s when I started telling fortunes at recess in exchange for stickers. Now I charge $10.
Q. Can you see people’s secrets?
A. Yes! Simple things, like I know you have a tattoo of a rat on your lower back.
Here at watchoutbananapeel, we care about more than just wayward fruit rinds. We also explore universal, sometimes difficult issues, in the hope that lost souls can find some comfort here.