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...don't worry, they misspelt the City name as well!
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not sure if i can link this, but Notalwaysright had a great alternate ending to the old joke. ===Bad Jokes Have a Cost=== (I’m in line behind a customer who’s purchasing around $50 worth of stuff. He hands over a $50 bill to the cashier.) Customer: “It’s all right; I just printed it this morning.” (The cashier pauses as the customer smirks. She then picks up her counterfeit pen, and the smirk vanishes from the customer’s face as she draws a line across the bill which promptly turns black. There is a moment of silence as both of them stare at it.) Cashier: “Yes, sir, it appears you did. Or someone did, at least. Do you possibly have another form of payment?” (The customer started stammering excuses that he got the bill from another store, he had no idea it was fake, this was an outrage, etc. as he hands over his card and completes the transaction. Afterwards the cashier sends the now red-faced customer to the service desk to see if they can help him out in some manner. Probably not the most exciting story, but it’s the first time I’ve seen that old joke end with a new twist.)
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Holy heck! It reminds me of the ads found in the old tabloids. Who ever thought this was a good way to sell anything, let alone dog food? >.
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on the other hand, that drawing of fries is pretty awesome :D
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"hi how are you?" "C: Pack of Camel Lights (that's an odd emotion I guess...)" This happens so often, it's not even funny anymore. or Me: "Hi, what can I get you?" C: "Hi, how are you." Me: "Good, and you?" C: "Large double-double" If you're not gonna care about my response, don't ask and just say what you want :p Wonder what would happen if i answered with a coffee instead of "Good, how are you?"
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On the other hand...isn't it good body image promotion to use a mannequin with rolls? ;)
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"The combined effect of Sections 197 to 206 of the Canadian Criminal Code bans for-profit gaming or betting, with exceptions made for provincial lotteries, licensed casinos, and charity events." "Many stores, radio stations, and other groups still wish to hold contests to encourage more purchases or increase consumer interest. These organizations take advantage of the fact that the law does allow prizes to be given for games of skill, or mixed games of skill and chance. In order to make the chance-based contests legal, such games generally consist of a mathematical Skill Testing Question."
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May 24, 2016