Little Johnny was sitting on a park bench munching on one candy bar after another.
After the sixth one a man on the bench across from him said, "Son, you know eating all that candy isn’t good for you. It will give you acne, rot your teeth, make you fat."
Little Johnny replied, "My grandfather lived to be 107 years old."
The man asked, "Did your grandfather eat 6 candy bars at a time?"
Little Johnny answered, "No, he minded his own business!"
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—v. (-rr-) 1 (often foll. By to) a convey, remove, or hand over (a thing etc.). B make over the possession of (property, a ticket, rights, etc.) To a person.
- change or move to another group, club, department, etc. - change from one station, route, etc., to another on a journey. - convey (a design) from one surface to another. - change (meaning) by extension or metaphor. —n. - transferring or being transferred. - design etc. Conveyed or to be conveyed from one surface to another. - football player etc. Who is transferred. - document effecting conveyance of property, a right, etc. transferable adj. [latin fero lat- bear] TRANSFIX
v. - paralyse with horror or astonishment.
- pierce with a sharp implement or weapon. [latin: related to *fix] TRANSMIT
v. (-tt-) 1 a pass or hand on; transfer (transmitted the message; how diseases are transmitted). B communicate (ideas, emotions, etc.).
- a allow (heat, light, sound, electricity, etc.) To pass through. B be a medium for (ideas, emotions, etc.) (his message transmits hope). - broadcast (a radio or television programme). transmissible adj. Transmittable adj. [latin mitto miss- send] TRAPDOOR
n. Door in a floor, ceiling, or roof.
—n. Monk of an order vowed to silence. —adj. Of this order. [la trappe in normandy]
adj. (brit. Travelled) experienced in travelling (also in comb.: much-travelled).
n. (brit. Traveller) 1 person who travels or is travelling.
- travelling salesman. - gypsy. TRAVERSE
—v. (-sing) 1 travel or lie across (traversed the country; pit traversed by a beam).
- consider or discuss the whole extent of (a subject). —n. - sideways movement. - traversing. - thing that crosses another. traversal n. [french: related to *transverse] TRAVESTY
—n. (pl. -ies) grotesque misrepresentation or imitation (travesty of justice). —v. (-ies, -ied) make or be a travesty of. [french travestir disguise, from italian]
hunt n. - search for treasure.
- game in which players seek a hidden object from a series of clues. - trove n. Treasure of unknown ownership found hidden. - —n. - a precious metals or gems. B hoard of these. C accumulated wealth. - thing valued for its rarity, workmanship, associations, etc. (art treasures). - colloq. Much loved or highly valued person. —v. (-ring) 1 value highly. - (often foll. By up) store up as valuable. [greek thesauros]
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