A police officer pulls over this guy who had been weaving in and out of the lanes. He goes up to the guy"s window and says, "Sir, I need you to blow into this breathalyzer tube."
The man says, "Sorry officer, I can"t do that. I am an asthmatic. If I do that I"ll have a really bad asthma attack."
"Okay, fine. I need you to come down to the station to give a blood sample."
"I can"t do that either. I am a hemophiliac. If I do that, I"ll bleed to death."
"Well, then we need an urine sample."
"I"m sorry, officer, I can"t do that either. I am also a diabetic. If I do that I"ll get really low blood sugar."
"All right then I need you to come out here and walk this white line."
"I can"t do that, officer."
"Because I"m too drunk to do that!"
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n. Long ditch or trench, esp. In a fortification. [latin fossa]
past and past part. Of *find.
- v. - establish (an institution etc.); initiate, originate. - be the original builder of (a town etc.). - lay the base of (a building). - (foll. By on, upon) construct or base (a story, theory, rule, etc.) On. founder n. [latin fundus bottom] - v. - a melt and mould (metal). B fuse (materials for glass). - make by founding. founder n. [latin fundo fus- pour] FOUNT
n. Poet. Spring or fountain; source. [back-formation from *fountain]
- n. (also font) set of printing-type of same face and size. [french: related to *found3] FOYER
n. Entrance-hall in a hotel, theatre, etc. [french, = hearth, home, from latin *focus]
adj. - fragile, delicate.
- morally weak. frailly adv. Frailness n. [latin: related to *fragile] FRAME
of reference n. - set of standards or principles governing behaviour, thought, etc.
- system of geometrical axes for defining position. - —n. - case or border enclosing a picture, window, door, etc. - basic rigid supporting structure of a building, vehicle, etc. - (in pl.) Structure of spectacles holding the lenses. - human or animal body, esp. As large or small. - a established order or system (the frame of society). B construction, build, structure. - temporary state (esp. In frame of mind). - single complete image on a cinema film or transmitted in a series of lines by television. - a triangular structure for positioning balls in snooker etc. B round of play in snooker etc. - boxlike structure of glass etc. For protecting plants. 10 us slang = *frame-up. —v. (-ming) 1 a set in a frame. B serve as a frame for. - construct, put together, devise. - (foll. By to, into) adapt or fit. - slang concoct a false charge or evidence against; devise a plot against. - articulate (words). [old english, = be helpful] FRANC
n. Unit of currency of france, belgium, switzerland, etc. [french: related to *frank]
n. Member of the germanic people that conquered gaul in the 6th c. frankish adj. [old english]
- —adj. - candid, outspoken. - undisguised. - open. —v. Mark (a letter) to record the payment of postage. —n. Franking signature or mark. frankly adv. Frankness n. [latin francus free: related to *frank] FRAUD
n. - criminal deception.
- dishonest artifice or trick. - person or thing that is not what it claims to be. [latin fraus fraud-] FREAK
—n. - (often attrib.) Monstrosity; abnormal person or thing (freak storm).
- colloq. A unconventional person. B fanatic of a specified kind (health freak). C drug addict. —v. (often foll. By out) colloq. - become or make very angry. - (cause to) undergo hallucinations etc., esp. As a result of drug abuse. - adopt an unconventional lifestyle. freakish adj. Freaky adj. (-ier, -iest). [probably from dial.]
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