People always try to offer explanations.
In rare cases, they know, for a fact, that the Owner of the Supermarket has decided to close the Meat section due to refrigeration costs. In most cases they haven’t a clue but babble something that makes sense to them; “The Owner is moving the Supermarket,”
The joke, if there is one, is that the person who knows, for a fact, gives the explanation in a by the way voice. The person who knows nothing makes a proclamation.
I was once on a committee which drafted a particular law. I was physically there. I physically participated.
At a club meeting, this Babblemouth began a long explanation of the law and why and what…
As I have endless experience with people like Babblemouth, I began drawing my cartoon of a defecating dog.
One of the chaps at the meeting said to me; “Didn’t you work on that Law?”
Without looking up I said, “Yes.”
He then asked, indicating Babblemouth, “Is what he says right?”
Again, not looking up, I replied, ‘No.’
Angrily he said, “Would you like to tell us what it says?”
I put down my pencil and explained. Babblemouth walked out.
He was angry. At what? At being a Babblemouth? At trying to explain what he didn’t know?
If you don’t own a particular business or were physically present when certain things were said or done, the best thing to do is not pontificate.
You only make a fool of yourself.