Friday, March 14, 2014

A confession

I am 48 years old, and I have only just realised that the AUX socket on a stereo system is not short for AUXOPHONE.

Degree of difficulty: I worked as a broadcast technician for over ten years. Virtually every piece of kit we had included an AUX socket.

This leaves me with one considerable problem: Where the hell do I plug my auxophone?

I am not mad.


TRT said...

Into the tubberware box. Which is full of grated mozzarella Firefox.

AmyP said...

Try the Rockwell Retro Encabulator:

Anonymous said...

You're still using a wired auxophone?. It's probably analogue too, isn't it?
Digital and wireless! You're not too old to adapt.

Gonzoland said...

What about the ORCS socket?

Anonymous said...

USB was invented by a dyslexic electronic engineer labelling the BUS?