A college student was delivering pizza to a regular customer"s house in New York.
The guy who answered the door asked him, "What is the usual tip?"
"Well," replied the youth,"this is my first trip here, but the other guys say if I get a quarter out of you, I"ll be doing great."
"Is that so?" snorted the man. "Well, just to show them how wrong they are, here"s five dollars."
"Thanks!" replied the youth, "I"ll put this in my school fund."
"What are you studying?" asked the man.
The lad smiled and said: "Applied psychology."
computing —adj. Directly connected, so that a computer immediately receives an input from or sends an output to a peripheral process etc.; carried out while so connected or under direct computer control. —adv. With the processing of data carried out simultaneously with its production; while connected to a computer; under direct computer control.
n. Onward rush.
adj. (of a player in a field game) not offside.
—adv. (also onwards) 1 forward, advancing.
- into the future (from 1985 onwards). —adj. Forward, advancing.
n.pl. Colloq. Very great amount. [origin unknown]
n. Granular limestone. oolitic adj. [greek oion egg]
n. Colloq. Rhythmical sound of deep brass instruments. [imitative]
adj. (opaquer, opaquest) 1 not transmitting light.
- impenetrable to sight.
- unintelligent, stupid. opaquely adv. Opaqueness n. [latin opacus shaded]
Crocodiles and alligators are surprisingly fast on land. Although they are rapid, they are not agile; so if you ever find yourself chased by one, run in a zigzag line. You"ll lose him or her every time.