A man was driving down the road with twenty penguins in the back seat.
The police stop him and say that he can’t drive around with the penguins in the car and should take them to the zoo.
The man agrees and drives off.
The next day the same man is driving down the road with twenty penguins in the back and again he is stopped by the same police officer who says, "Hey! I thought I told you to take those to the zoo."
The man replies, "I did. Today I’m taking them to the movies."
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—adj. Formal dull; dusky. —n. Formal clothing at some universities. [latin fuscus dark brown]
—n. - a matter, theme, etc. To be discussed, described, represented, etc. B (foll. By for) person, circumstance, etc., giving rise to a specified feeling, action, etc. (subject for congratulation).
- field of study. - logic & gram. SUBJOIN
v. Add (an illustration, anecdote, etc.) At the end. [latin subjungo -junct-]
—adj. (sublimer, sublimest) 1 of the most exalted or noble kind; awe-inspiring.
- arrogantly unruffled (sublime indifference). —v. - = *sublimate v. 2. - purify or elevate by or as if by sublimation; make sublime. - become pure (as if) by sublimation. sublimely adv. Sublimity n. [latin sublimis] SUBPLOT
n. Secondary plot in a play etc.
v. (-ding) 1 become tranquil; abate (excitement subsided).
- (of water etc.) Sink. - (of the ground) cave in; sink. subsidence n. [latin subsido] SUBSIDY
n. (pl. -ies) 1 money granted esp. By the state to keep down the price of commodities etc.
- any monetary grant. [latin subsidium help] SUBSIST
v. - (often foll. By on) keep oneself alive; be kept alive.
- remain in being; exist. [latin subsisto] SUBSOIL
n. Soil immediately under the surface soil.
v. (-ming) (usu. Foll. By under) include (an instance, idea, category, etc.) In a rule, class, etc. [latin sumo take]
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Polar Bears trying to blend in with the ice will sometimes cover up their black nose with their paws.