My Spell Checker
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My checker tolled me sew.
A man calling refrigerator repair service: “My refrigeratorisn’t working!”
“What kind is it?”
“It’s a small one.”
“Electric, gas or propane?”
“Ah! Then the problem is most likely vapor lock. You don’t need a service call, just turn the refrigerator upside down for a few minutes to allow the lock to clear. Then put it back and all should be well”
Second call, a few minutes later: “The least you could have done is to tell me to empty the fridge first!”
Repeat After Me
Dinosaurs are fascinating. My four-year-old is obsessed with them.
Recently, we were riding on a bus and he asked another passenger for her name.
“My name is Deena,” she said. “Can you say Deena?”
“Deena,” said my son. “Can you say pachycephalosaurus?”