One night a father sent his kid to bed. Five minutes later the boy screamed, “Dad! Can you get me a glass of water!?!”
“No. You had your chance.”
A minute later the boy screamed, “Dad!! Can you get me a glass of water?”
“No. You had your chance. Next time you ask I’ll come up there and spank you.”
“Dad! When you come up to spank me can you bring me a glass of water?”
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n. - network of rabbit burrows.
- densely populated or labyrinthine building or district. [anglo-french warenne from germanic] WASHED
out adj. (also washed-out) 1 faded; pale.
- colloq. Pale, exhausted. - up adj. (also washed-up) esp. Us slang defeated, having failed. WASHER
n. - person or machine that washes.
- flat ring inserted at a joint to tighten it and prevent leakage or under the head of a screw etc., or under a nut, to disperse its pressure. WASTER
n. - wasteful person.
- colloq. Wastrel. WATERY
adj. - containing too much water.
- too thin in consistency. - of or consisting of water. - vapid, uninteresting. - (of colour) pale. - (of the sun, moon, or sky) rainy-looking. - (of eyes) moist; tearful. wateriness n. WATTLE
and daub n. Network of rods and twigs plastered with clay or mud as a building material.
- n. - structure of interlaced rods and sticks used for fences etc. - australian acacia with pliant branches and golden flowers used as the national emblem. [old english] - n. Fleshy appendage on the head or throat of a turkey or other birds. [origin unknown] WAYLAY
v. (past and past part. Waylaid) 1 lie in wait for.
- stop to talk to or rob. WAYOUT
adj. Colloq. Unusual; eccentric.
v. Make or become weak or weaker.
—adv. In a weak manner. —adj. (-ier, -iest) sickly, not robust.
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