A woman walked into the kitchen to find her husband stalking around with a fly swatter.
"What are you doing?" she asked.
"Hunting flies," he responded.
"Oh… Killed any?" she asked.
"Yep, three males, two females," he replied.
Intrigued, she asked, "How can you tell?"
He responded, "Three were on a beer can, two were on the phone."
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chief marshal n. Raf officer of high rank, above air marshal.
- commodore n. Raf officer next above group captain. - force n. Branch of the armed forces fighting in the air. - hostess n. Stewardess in a passenger aircraft. - letter n. Sheet of light paper forming a letter for sending by airmail. - marshal n. Raf officer of high rank, above air vice-marshal. - pocket n. Apparent vacuum causing an aircraft to drop suddenly. - raid n. Attack by aircraft on ground targets. - rifle n. Rifle using compressed air to fire pellets. - speed n. Aircraft's speed relative to the air. - terminal n. Building with transport to and from an airport. - traffic controller n. Official who controls air traffic by radio. - vice-marshal n. Raf officer of high rank, just below air marshal. - —n. - mixture mainly of oxygen and nitrogen surrounding the earth. - earth's atmosphere; open space in it; this as a place for flying aircraft. - a distinctive impression or manner (air of mystery). B (esp. In pl.) Pretentiousness (gave himself airs). - tune. - light wind. —v. - expose (clothes, a room, etc.) To fresh air or warmth to remove damp. - express and discuss publicly (an opinion, question, grievance, etc.). by air by or in an aircraft. In the air 1 (of opinions etc.) Prevalent. - (of plans etc.) Uncertain. On (or off) the air being (or not being) broadcast. [greek aer]
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