Whatever else you do when you go out in the world, you will remember to do this, won’t you? Deal with an ambiguity by concentrating on one of its meanings and acting as if you hadn’t noticed the other. It’s an such an effective rhetorical technique, dear, because it takes command of the context of any subsequent exchange. And you can do the same with every kind of complex thought! I promise! Just act as if it isn’t one, and that will always work for you.