A woman walked into the kitchen to find her husband stalking around with a fly swatter.
"What are you doing?" she asked.
"Hunting flies," he responded.
"Oh… Killed any?" she asked.
"Yep, three males, two females," he replied.
Intrigued, she asked, "How can you tell?"
He responded, "Three were on a beer can, two were on the phone."
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—n. - fine loose grains resulting from the erosion of esp. Siliceous rocks and forming the seashore, deserts, etc.
- (in pl.) A grains of sand. B expanse of sand. C sandbank. —v. Smooth with sandpaper or sand. [old english] SANE
adj. - of sound mind; not mad.
- (of views etc.) Moderate, sensible. [latin sanus healthy] SANG
past of *sing.
past of *sink.
n. (pl. -s) length of cloth draped round the body, traditionally worn by women of the indian subcontinent. [hindi]
n. Strip or loop of cloth etc. Worn over one shoulder or round the waist. [arabic, = muslin]
- n. Frame holding the glass in a sash-window. [from *chassis] SASS
us colloq. —n. Impudence, cheek. —v. Be impudent to. [var. Of *sauce]
v. (-ting) formal gratify fully; surfeit. [probably dial. Sade satisfy]
—v. (-ving) 1 (often foll. By from) rescue or keep from danger, harm, etc.
- (often foll. By up) keep (esp. Money) for future use. - a (often refl.) Relieve (another or oneself) from spending (money, time, trouble, etc.); prevent exposure to (annoyance etc.). B obviate the need for. - preserve from damnation; convert. - a avoid losing (a game, match, etc.). B prevent (a goal etc.) From being scored. —n. Football etc. Prevention of a goal etc. savable adj. (also saveable). [latin salvo from salvus safe] - archaic or poet. —prep. Except; but. —conj. (often foll. By for) except; but. [latin salvo, salva, ablative sing. Of salvus safe] SAWN
past part. Of *saw1.
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