Two construction works are eating lunch while leaning against their work truck. A taxi drives by with an advertisement for GEICO displayed on the roof. The smaller construction worker, having noticed the advertisement, says “Huh, 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance.” The bigger construction worker remarks “Yup. Everybody knows that.” Embarrassed that he might not be as smart as the bigger construction worker, he replies “Well, did you know that the ancient pyramids were actually a mistake?” hoping to redeem himself. The bigger construction worker turns and looks at him like he’s an idiot. Then we cut to the ancient egyptians building the pyramids. The foreman of the pyramid project observes the almost finished pyramids, and then looks down at the blueprints he his holding. The blueprints for the pyramids show that they’re supposed to be huge squares (or cubes), not triangular pyramids. Now aware of the mistake, he simply utters “…uh oh.” under his breath and turns to look at his assistant.