On the day of my booster shot, it was raining in torrents. So, before entering the building, I grabbed one of the caps in the trunk of my car and pulled it on.
Inside, Security was waiting to ask me some questions about my vaccine history. First, though, he said, "I'm sorry for your loss." "What was that?" I asked. He repeated his statement. "I don't understand," I said. "Well," he continued, "you are wearing a Toronto Maple Leafs cap, aren't ya? So sorry for your loss." Not being a hockey fan, I was unaware that the Leafs had done poorly in a game just the night before. "Oh," I said, as I stuffed the cap in my pocket. "Good job," he said. "You might've caused a riot in there!"