Monday, June 1, 2009

"Does anyone need a map in another language?" she asked in English.


Bradshaw said...

I found your blog from...well, actually I don't remember where. But either way I'm thoroughly amused. A few things:

I wear jerseys with different people's names on my back and I'm over 14.5.

My coworkers and I (at a pretty large Biotech corporation) are also wondering why heads fly forwards and not back when sneezing.

You made me want to watch Dirty Rotten Scoundrels with the Oklahoma post.

That's all. Thanks for brightening my day!

Jayar said...

I frequently hear on the intercom, "(insert name)", if you're in the building, you have a call on line 2.

If that person ISN'T in the building...on what line is the call then?

Anonymous said...

I was in court once and the Judge asked, "Does anyone have trouble understanding or speaking the English Language?"
I wanted to make a scene but I also wanted to make sure I wasn't a Juror that day.
Anonymous #2

Amy Flanagan said...

It's kind of like the braille signs at the drive-up teller, I guess.