Don’t Q-tip your kayak!

I was home this weekend and took note of the ordinary objects I use on a daily basis and tried to associate those objects with an action.  So I set my eyes on the q-tips and thought of different ways it could be used.  My initial thought was someone bench pressing, but I figured the swabs on the end weren’t large enough.  My next thought was hands on a clock but that wouldn’t work considering q-tips are all the same size.  Then I started twiddling with the q-tip and gave it motion.  That’s when I thought of an oar and then came the sketchsk3.jpg

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