One day management came by to micromanage me (as usual) and I told him that my ZAP was busy intercepting like a billion http packets. Trying to appear as a competent and caring manager, he asked me to demonstrate how I intercept http traffic.
When I showed him the break on request/response buttons, he almost died of laughter. He then questioned how such tiny buttons could intercept such a large number of packets. I tried to explain to him that in the realm of computers, size doesn't matter, but was subjected to about 10 minutes of "thats what she said" jokes and even one or two "thats what the actress said to the bishop" lines. They probably would have been funny if I was as drunk as he was, but alas it was only 10 AM.