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!"
- (foll. By to) person unaccustomed to (no stranger to controversy).
v. (-ling) 1 squeeze the windpipe or neck of, esp. So as to kill.
- hamper, suppress. strangler n. [latin strangulo]
n. (pl. -ies) 1 long-term plan or policy (economic strategy).
- art of war.
- art of moving troops, ships, aircraft, etc. Into favourable positions. strategist n.
v. (-ies, -ied) (esp. As stratified adj.) Arrange in strata or grades etc. stratification n. [french: related to *stratum]
n. - long narrow strip of ribbon or paper.
- long narrow flag.
- banner headline.
n. - being strong; degree or manner of this.
- a person or thing giving strength. B positive attribute.
- number of people present or available; full number. from strength to strength with ever-increasing success. In strength in large numbers. On the strength of on the basis of. [old english: related to *strong]
adj. Overcome with illness or misfortune etc. [archaic past part. Of *strike]
adj. Loud and harsh. stridency n. Stridently adv. [latin strido creak]