I stopped at the gas station a few days ago. I try not to go there very often since the price of gas is hovering just under "First Born". So as I was pumping my life savings into the tank, my wandering eyes fell upon the warnings printed on the pumps. I've never paid much attention to these warnings. I figured they were pretty much common sense.
The first thing that caught my eye, right at the top, was the spelling of vapours. Well, well, thought I, someone is showing off his French. You'll notice that in the third bullet point, vapours is spelled correctly, unless you're from the states.
I don't know how to follow these instructions. I have no problem keeping my face away from the nozzle and tank openings. That just makes sense. It's the next step that's causing a bit of trouble.
Now I don't know about you, but I find it really hard to keep my face away from eyes and skin. If anyone has figured this out, please let me know. I'm sure there's a trick to it.
Maybe I should leave the gas pumping to the professionals, the ones who know how to remove their eyes and skin from their faces.