“Never answer direct questions!” Advice to live by.
Running for Miles.
Maybe you’ll meet Prince Albert in the can.
Yes, that’s what one variety of cordless phone looked like around 1988.
I also now have vindication for folks who thought I was wrong when telling them that this same phone, seen in the online-only era, wasn’t a walkie-talky.
‘Course, I’m more used to the ones that had a handset that had a shape closer to the one on a Trimline phone and lay flat in the cradle—so there, the mouthpiece would have been thinner than the rest of the phone.
This one stands up on its charger just like a modern landline phone.
Miles is such a goody two shoes.
when my mother was a youngster (1920s), the telephone joke was: “have you got SirWalter Raleigh in a can? Well, you better let him out. . .” (I think Sir Walter Raleigh was a brand of tobacco. . .)
I channel the wisdom of Weird Al with:“You ask if their refrigerator is running, Then you tell them they should go out and catch it. Buddy if they ever figure out where you were calling them from, They’d come and bust your head right in with a ratchet.”
We’d order pizzas to people’s houses.
Is Miles any relation to Wallace the Brave?
I’m looking for an Al Last name Coholic