The couple arrived at the resort. They move into the room.
Wife sees the mouse and starts yelling, "Ah-ah-ah-ah! Mouse! Contact reception, you better know English, and I - full zero."
Husband calls (in English):
- Do you know "Tom and Jerry"?
- Yes, I do.
- So... Jerry is here.
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past part. Of *wear. —adj. - damaged by use or wear.
- looking tired and exhausted. WORT
n. - archaic (except in names) plant (liverwort).
- infusion of malt before it is fermented into beer. [old english] WOVE
past of *weave1.
abbr. Women's royal army corps.
abbr. Women's royal air force.
—v. (-pp-) 1 (often foll. By up) envelop in folded or soft encircling material.
- (foll. By round, about) arrange or draw (a pliant covering) round (a person). - (foll. By round) slang crash (a vehicle) into (a stationary object). —n. - shawl, scarf, etc. - esp. Us wrapping material. take the wraps off disclose. Under wraps in secrecy. Wrapped up in engrossed or absorbed in. Wrap up 1 colloq. Finish off (a matter). - put on warm clothes (wrap up well). - (in imper.) Slang be quiet. [origin unknown] WREN
n. Member of the women's royal naval service. [from the abbreviation wrns]
- n. Member of the women's royal naval service. [from the abbreviation wrns] - n. Small usu. Brown short-winged songbird with an erect tail. [old english] - n. Small usu. Brown short-winged songbird with an erect tail. [old english] WRIT
n. Form of written command to act or not act in some way. [old english: related to *write]
- n. Form of written command to act or not act in some way. [old english: related to *write] - archaic past part. Of *write. writ large in magnified or emphasized form. - archaic past part. Of *write. writ large in magnified or emphasized form. WRNS
abbr. Women's royal naval service.
abbr. Women's royal voluntary service.
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The starfish is one of the only animals who can turn it"s stomach inside-out.