A Valentine’s Day Job Hazard Assessment
Few activities pose greater hazards than falling in love! It all starts with a fall. Those who fall deepest in love fall hardest. When love enters your life, it takes your breath away. Not only do you lose the ability to breathe, you risk breaking a vital organ–your heart. Cupid’s arrow can leave permanent scars. And then there’s the whole kissing thing. Think of the germs!
Music makers and singers are particularly adept at recognizing the hazards of love. Here’s a brief quiz to see if you can figure out the songs from which the following hazards derive. Good luck:
NAME THAT TUNE: Songs that Reveal the Hazards of Love
1. What happens when a sweetheart doesn’t use a lifeline?
2. What happens when you let a love song go unguarded?
3. Why shouldn’t love and fire mix?
4. Why do sweethearts needs respirators?
5. What’s proof that sweethearts are prone to risky behavior?
6. Simply put: Why should you stay away from love?
1. I Fall to Pieces, by Patsy Cline
2. Unchained Melody, by Hy Zaret
3. Smoke Gets in Your Eyes, by Otto A. Harbach
4. You Take My Breath Away, by Claire Hamill
5. Absence of Fear, by Jewel Kilcher
6. Love Hurts, by Boudleaux Bryant
Based on this evidence, on Valentine’s Day, we should all wear fall protection, a respirator and safety goggles. And stay away from people evoking strong emotions.