Sunday

Ice-Maker Problem!




When the ice-maker in our new refrigerator broke, my husband - A recent UNC grad - dropped by the store to arrange for repairs.

Because the sun was bright, my husband's eyes hadn't adjusted to the dim light inside in time to see a woman sitting on the floor examining carpet samples.

He stepped on her leg and she screamed, causing him to jump into a display of fireplace tools that went crashing in every direction.

Unnerved, my husband stumbled over to the service desk, and as he went to rest his hands on the counter, he flipped over a bowl full of little mints, scattering them everywhere.

After taking a deep breath to calm himself, he announced to the wide-eyed woman working there, "My refrigerator doesn't work."

"I don't doubt it," she replied.



2 comments:

Professor Howdy said...

Irving goes into a restaurant and orders potato latkes. When
they come, he complains that they do not look good and he
changes his order to blintzes. After he eats the blintzes,
he stands up and starts to leave the restaurant.

"Wait a second," the manager shouts after him. "You have not
paid for your blintzes."

"What are you talking about?" Irving says. "Those blintzes
were an even exchange. I gave you the potato latkes for them."

"Yes," says the manager, "but you did not pay for the latkes
either."

"Why should I pay for them?" asks Irving. "I didn't eat them."

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