Children like to stack them up to see how high they can stand before falling over. When a boy gets old enough to make money helping a neighbor, after he puts up his Sunday School money, he gets a “tall fruit jar” and saves and hides his small change for a “future dream.”
Years ago there was a teacher at Johnson School named Ethel Fletcher, who, when a student misbehaved instead of “writing lines,” she had them write their multiplication tables. Do you still know yours?
The good Lord blessed us with a brain to also enjoy being “Odd Americans.”