"And behold, there was a woman in a far country who began to change the color of her dwelling. She stayeth in the room for many hours applying tape to the walls of her dwelling. Tape that costeth many of her mites, but she did it with a glad heart for the joy that would await her after removing the tape. For she hath many sons and does not like to spend precious time touching up paint in her dwelling.
Alas, the day cometh when the paint is dry, and behold, the woman of a far country removed the many feet of blue tape, but lo, the advertising was wicked! The tape let paint seep under its bond. Yes, many colors left their original boundaries. Colors of red, black, green, blue, and light yellow.
The woman that hath many sons was exceedingly distressed to her soul and almost let her anguish bring forth tears! Not tears of joy, nay, tears of much sadness, for her work is now greater than before.
But the woman was a determined woman of great stature and decided to confront the wicked makers of the tape. Workers who lie in wait to prey on innocent painters! And lo, as she feedeth her many sons, she deviseth a plan including pictures of wobbly paint lines, removed tape, receipts and original packaging, and yet, she will send them to the makers of tape with false advertising. She asketh and pleadeth, and lo, she may demand a refund from those workers of iniquity. Workers who make heavy the load of mothers with many sons.
But hope is in sight, as the woman, with the help of her good husband, hath found some tools to right the problem. And when she (hopefully) receiveth her money from the makers of tape, and the room is completed, the woman of a far country will again enjoy her dwelling. Selah."