What’s This On My… Handover??!?!?!
Jobe (hitherto ‘J’): Do you think people will find this confusing and won’t believe that there are two Jobes, since it is such a rare name?
Jobe (hitherto ‘J’): I think once they realise that Jobe was never either of our real names they will relax and, hopefully, chill out. But people are unpredictable.
J: Ain’t that the truth.
J: So what do you think the main differences will be between the old ‘Hand’ and new ‘Hand’?
J: Well it looks like one major fucking difference right away: The abbreviation has changed from ‘WTOMH’ to ‘Hand’.
J: Do you think people will accept such a radical change?
J: Probably not. They get set in their ways since they aren’t as dynamic as us. We have the skills to adapt and survive. It’s like Darwinism but with dynamicism replacing fitness.
J: Isn’t that like playing God though?
J: In a way. Gosh though, you really are a hard interviewer. I wouldn’t be surprised if they sacked Denton and gave you the job. Except in a much harder chair. Redwod maybe.
J: Do you even know if redwood is a hard timber?
J: No. But does anyone?
J: I honestly couldn’t say.
J: Do you think people will be confused at how the interviewer/interviewee roles just changed then?
J: I doubt they picked up on it. They always miss the subtleties of the work done on this blog.
J: Do you think the new style of ‘Hand’ will be more accessible? I.e. dumbed down so the readers can read it/print it out and stick it on their office cubicles to show their colleagues that they have a sense of humour amongst the crushing grey walls surrounding them?
J: In the beginning. Then once they’re addicted the hand will transform into a foot made of gems and the hopes of children.
J: Oh, sorry, I thought you were going to complete that sentence.
J: No. Do you think the readers will like the new ‘fucking with the structure of sentences in an unholy way’ that ‘Hand’ will pioneer?
J: I doubt it. The religious readers will certainly shit their pants. I don’t even want to think about what the religious English teachers will do.
J: Notice the interviewer/interviewee role changed again?
J: No, even I missed that one.
J: I’m glad Adam didn’t do the interview. I think we’re more talented.
J: Me too.