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?”
—n. - fact or idea that serves as a guide, or suggests a line of inquiry, in a problem or investigation.
- piece of evidence etc. In the detection of a crime.
- verbal formula as a hint to what is to be inserted in a crossword. —v. (clues, clued, cluing or clueing) provide a clue to. clue in (or up) slang inform. Not have a clue colloq. Be ignorant or incompetent. [var. Of old english clew]
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