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Posted By GAMMA RAY,
Apr 13, 2012 at 3:04 PM
Don't you think all that wood is going to get "Punky"?
"Oh, you work for the Bangor Fire Department . . . do you know Harold Small? He's my great grandfather who worked there back in the 1960s?"
Answer: "No. Most everyone who was working in the 1960s is retired or dead."
"Oh, you work for the Bangor Fire Department . . . do you know William Henforth? I think he is a volunteer firefighter with the East Witopitlock Fire Department."
Answer: "You do realize that I said I'm with the Bangor Fire Department, right?"
"Are you a cop?
Answer: "Do you see a gun, Taser or donut?"
eh...Im in retail......
1. "are you busy...?"
2. "is that all you....?" (ok, joking)
I get that often if someone sees me in uniform. Oh... my grandson is in the Army/Air Force/Coast Guard/Marines etc at such and such place... you must know him?
I don't even know all the people in my OWN unit (about 350 people).
how about a classic..
"are you done yet?"
Why do you burn wood to heat ? I thought you liked the outdoors !
I used to work at MVA (Motor Vehicle Administration) in the title department. Wish I had a nickle for every clown that said."Can you get my tickets fixed?"
Answer was always" "No, but I can see to it that the police get your records.."
Now I work for the State Mental Hospital (this was an absolutely logical career move, IMO). The question now is, "Do you know if ____________ was ever there?"
Answer: "No, but there was a person with the same name and address as you."
(It's -20F with a 20 MPH wind.)
Cold out. Ain't it?
Whas up ??
Especially when my stoned neighbor calls ME and I answer the phone to hear "Hey, what's up" then silence. Obviously the question he called about is too complicated to ask.
"Sir have you been drinking tonight"?
Best one I ever heard, and I heard it repeatedly as a program salesman at the CNE: "Where is the air show?"
I love open doors
About my dogs. I actually gave DH a t shirt with this on it because these same questions come up every 5 minutes or so when we're out in public.
Yes, it's a dog. (What is that?)
Yes, it sheds. (Do they shed?)
No, it's not a black Saint Bernard. (I had a St Bernard as a kid, black, looked just like that.)
No, I don't have a saddle for it. (Do you have a saddle?)
Yes, it's a house dog. (It doesn't live inside does it?)
No, I don't have a huge house. (Do you have a huge house?)
Yes, you may pet it. (Can I pet your dog?)
No, it does not eat that much. (Do they eat a lot?)
Yes, that's drool. (What's this?)