Why is it that every man I’ve ever shared a secretary with can't manage his own postage stamps? Is it just so he can shout from a corner office, “Hey [insert beleaguered secretary's name], bring me a stamp! No, bring two!”
I mean, how difficult is it to keep the stamps in the top drawer of your desk and—here’s the tricky part—take one out when you need it?
Isn't that a whole lot less bother?
Other questions for the ages: why professional men can't make their own hair appointments. Or purchase their own Christmas presents.