I always like to share anything that makes me laugh out loud, such as this post at “My Life as a Dog.”
Speaking of which, I remember hearing that for most people, the most numbers in a row they can easily remember is seven numbers, and I think a similar phenomenon happens with big families: after a family has more than a certain number of kids (four?) it’s pretty hard to perceive their kids as individuals and not just as a bunch of kids. If you belong to that family, the distinctions seem obvious, but to anyone but those closest to them, there’s always going to be one or two of the younger brothers or sisters that you just can’t quite keep straight. Just try looking at those stick figures on that van and seeing them as individuals. Now try to remember all their names.