Catch Me If You Can is a movie about a con man and the FBI’s efforts to track him down.
My version of Catch Me If You Can deals with handles: purse handles, tote bag handles, handles on lunch bags, grocery bags, any kind of handles on any kind of bags.
These (portable) handles catch on other (stationary) handles: door knobs/handles/latches, parking brakes, chair handles, chair adjustment handles (at the office and in my vehicle). (There must be a dozen adjustment handles on my office chair. I have no idea what any of them do.) The result is that I’m going through a doorway, exiting my vehicle, standing up from my chair only to be jerked back because some tote bag I’m holding onto has wrapped its handle around these other non-movable handles. It pretty much looks like the cartoon version, where the person is almost jerked off their feet.
If my tote bag handles aren’t busy twining themselves around chair handles, they take time to situate themselves under the chair’s feet. You’d think I’d learn.
I do learn. Again and again and again. Catch me if you can … and you can. I’m the one trying to pry the bag handles away from my office chair.