For self improvement Fibber wants to take a memory course, but the doubtful Molly claims she knows goldfish with better memories than Fibber. Time has gone on too long to suit Fibber, and he thinks he is being cheated out of his money. Until he makes a discovery waiting on his desk.
Will the association method of memory work for Fibber? Molly tries to toss out words, but how will Fibber associate them? She has her own reasons for dropping the words in her choices. Will Fibber pick up on her hints? How about using word association in a nonsense sentence to remember important things? Fibber tries it out with a shopping list.
Maybe it’ll work to repeat a phrase over and over. Teeny arrives to pitch in her 2 cents. Teeny gives Fibber a run for his money as she tells how she remembers things.
Still using the association method, and some attempts at visualizing, Fibber gets Molly confused, and some frustration for himself as he tries to explain the lesson that he’s working on. Will his concentration, and focus pay off for his feats of memory?