Imagine if you will, a 10 gallon aquarium sitting in your house. Four little fish swimming around happily until suddenly without warning their world is turned upside down.
In the time it takes for a person to fall backwards into an aquarium, their home was floating around on my living room and dining room floor.
Actually the fish weren't exactly floating. They were more or less doing a flip flop, help I can't breathe kind of thing.
Are you aware that the reaction time from an event such as this until one can respond and start grabbing towels in quite remarkably slow?
So let me explain what happened. I bought a new desk and Wade and a friend were carrying it in from the car. (This was an unassembled desk in a box) They get just about even with the fish tank when Wade's friend loses his grip on the box. The box crashes to the floor and his friend falls backwards against the fish tank. All three of us stood there with a look of shock and Duke was thinking "COOL, we have an indoor swimming pool"