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“A light breakfast will follow our conference, to keep your hunger at bay and give you a chance to ask any burning questions,” said the art director, who got stares from the audience. “What? Oh, dinner. I haven’t the foggiest … Continue reading
Often, success hinges on having an open mind — like a change of clothes, or a life revolving around charity and swing music. Six Puns: A bottle, a can, and a jar.
The team got the point and things started to shape up: they were building on the training they had received, and also had someone to ramp up support. It was first step to winning the game, and it was pretty … Continue reading
Why are all bars trying to sell bagels and lox nowadays? Don’t know. Their fascination with cured salmon is really captivating though, so go ahead and stuff your trap!
I think you don’t need to take the heat if you’re framed for being mean–and nearsighted– at some energy company: it’s clear that you don’t need glasses to be warm at a power plant.
“I want to egg the performers on, but their training leaves me no other option but to stick to the plan, ” said Mary. “I want the audience to form an opinion about the talent in this borough, and not … Continue reading
Hi. I trust that you’ve heard this story before: some people tried to steal a man’s identity so that they could frame him, but he got the better of the bad guys and put them in jail. Quite a tall … Continue reading
“You shouldn’t base what you think about our news foundation solely by a column written by our anchor,” said the publicist, “Our reporting will have you beam with pride and it will gain your full support.”
“Don’t scream until you’re hoarse, shoo away your hecklers by using stilted dialogue in your keystone speech,” said Mary, the campaign advisor. “You will gain support that will span all over the board and put you ahead of the curve.”