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."
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n. - a structure built out into the sea, a lake, etc., as a promenade and landing-stage. B breakwater.
- a support of an arch or of the span of a bridge; pillar. B solid masonry between windows etc. [latin pera] PIKE
n. (pl. Same or -s) 1 large voracious freshwater fish with a long narrow snout.
- hist. Weapon with a pointed metal head on a long wooden shaft. [old english] PILE
—n. - heap of things laid upon one another.
- large imposing building. - colloq. A large quantity. B large amount of money. - a series of plates of dissimilar metals laid one on another alternately to produce an electric current. B = *nuclear reactor. - funeral pyre. —v. (-ling) 1 a (often foll. By up, on) heap up. B (foll. By with) load. - (usu. Foll. By in, into, on, out of, etc.) Crowd hurriedly or tightly. pile it on colloq. Exaggerate. Pile up 1 accumulate; heap up. - colloq. Cause (a vehicle etc.) To crash. [latin pila] - n. - heavy beam driven vertically into the ground to support a bridge, the foundations of a house, etc. - pointed stake or post. [latin pilum javelin] - n. Soft projecting surface on a carpet, velvet, etc. [latin pilus hair] PILL
n. - a ball or flat disc of solid medicine for swallowing whole. B (usu. Prec. By the) colloq. Contraceptive pill.
- unpleasant or painful necessity. [latin pila ball] PIMP
—n. Man who lives off the earnings of a prostitute or a brothel. —v. Act as a pimp. [origin unknown]
colada n. Cocktail of pineapple juice, rum, and coconut. [spanish]
cone n. Fruit of the pine.
- nut n. Edible seed of various pines. - n. - evergreen coniferous tree with needle-shaped leaves growing in clusters. - its wood. - (attrib.) Made of pine. [latin pinus] - v. (-ning) 1 (often foll. By away) decline or waste away from grief etc. - long eagerly. [old english] PING
—n. Single short high ringing sound. —v. (cause to) make a ping. [imitative]
gin n. Gin flavoured with angostura bitters.
- —n. - pale red colour. - cultivated plant with fragrant flowers. - (prec. By the) the most perfect condition, the peak (the pink of health). - person with socialist tendencies. —adj. - of a pale red colour. - tending to socialism. in the pink colloq. In very good health. pinkish adj. Pinkness n. Pinky adj. [origin unknown] - v. - pierce slightly. - cut a scalloped or zigzag edge on. [perhaps from low german or dutch] - v. (of a vehicle engine) emit high-pitched explosive sounds caused by faulty combustion. [imitative] PINS
and needles n.pl. Tingling sensation in a limb recovering from numbness.
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The pet ferret was domesticated more than 500 years before the house cat.