They try really hard to find it, then start looking around. Then throw another . . .
See how long it takes anyone to notice. This is incredibly effective when talking to drunks . . .
Get a few lawn chairs and friends, then hold up cards with large numbers for everything . . . lawn care, cars going by, people strolling. My friends and I gave a lot of "6" and "9" just to see people laugh . . .
Cream, no sugar = blonde and bitter, like an ex-wife
Sugar, no cream = sweet and strong, like a new relationship
I understand Bob from Robert, but how did they get Dick from Richard? Did I miss something when these names were changed? Does anyone answer to Dick?
78. Mr. Right
but I didn't know his first name was "ALWAYS"
(Thank you, Rita Rudner, for this line I use way to often because so many men need to hear it!)
So . . . is this a woman hollering "CREEK!" or a creek named after a woman hollering?