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Did you know that "verb" is a noun?
If two mouses are mice and two louses are lice, why aren't two houses hice?
Why is the plural of goose-geese, and not the plural of moose-meese?
There were three tomatoes: a mum, a dad and a son. The son lagged behind and
fell splat on the floor. His dad yelled to him, "Ketchup, son."
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Thanks to: Mark Alan
rec.:May/8/1999    pub.:May/8/1999    sent:May/8/1999


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DOES THIS HOMEWORK LOOK FAMILIAR?

We professors have a memory for names that is best served in one of the following ways:

Your name is an eponym (you’re named after a famous person or place),
An epiphenomenon process occurred (you told me your name and I remembered it), or
An epistolary action occurred (you wrote your name down on the homework).
Of the three choices, the last is the best because not everyone can be named Abe Lincoln and we have trouble remembering where we put our wallets.

Professor Johnson, 4/19/00, written comments posted on his office door with the suspect homework
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Thanks to: Cap'n Tim - Buzzards Bay - Massachusetts - USA.
rec.:Dec/17/2005    pub.:Jan/11/2006    sent:Apr/24/2006


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Dad: Hey son what is 2 x 2?
Son: A tie
Dad: Ok, what is 2 x 1?
Son: An offer
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Thanks to: reyes - Salinas - CA - USA.
rec.:Oct/30/2003    pub.:Dec/10/2003    sent:Jun/7/2004


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When a warming trend hit the Artic, scientists were assigned to watch glaciers in danger of splitting. Naturally, all of the researchers had to have good ice sight.
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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA.
rec.:Sep/17/2003    pub.:Sep/17/2003    sent:Nov/21/2003


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