Electrical Engineer. Graduated MIT in 1957 and UPenn in 1958.
Reminds me of all the charitable appeal letters I get every week bearing the words “Free Gift Inside”. Why do they say Free? I thought gifts were intended to be free.
On a similar topic, why are restaurant patrons referred to as “Guests”? Guests shouldn’t have to pay, should they?
That magnet in the first stomach thing is nothing new, I’ve heard about it for at least 60 years.
Back in the 1950s one of my college buddies bought a used black hearse/ambulance vehicle which was a great place to change in when we went SCUBA diving. It had a flip over sign on the dashboard with “AMBULANCE” on one side and “FUNERAL COACH” on the other, plus ambulance lights and a siren. Toll collectors usually waved (waived) us through free. Once we took a rubber glove and slammed the rear door on it so the finger and half the palm were hanging down. Thanks for the mammaries.
Not as complicated as with three, when one of the two gals finds out about the other…
There was a young rower from BrightonWho said to his girl, “You’re a tight one.” She said, “pon my soul, You’re in the wrong hole.But there’s plenty of room in the right one.”
She doesn’t need to see it, the end of it’s rubbing against her ass already.
Looks like the guy was probably just weeding his yard on the other side of the stone wall, so likely to be a resident, not a stalker. But Izzat a cellphone in his other hand or a trowel? Can’t tell.
My take was that they don’t have to go to the movie theaters or live shows anymore, because they can see everything they want on their giant flat screen, and they wouldn’t toss tomatoes at their TV the way they might at those other venues.
OK, I get it…
Hit me right where I laugh!