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'I just got back from Hawaii. I learned 'aloha' means both 'hello' and 'good-bye'. Now, I don't know whether I'm coming or going.'
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'Sorry I'm late getting home from work. I overslept.'
'Honey, I'm home.'
The eggs were first.
"J'entends le poulet qui arrive!"
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Poor Flipper. I just opened the cabinet and they fell right out! I knew I should've purchased the 'dolphin safe' tuna.
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Still living with parents....
Getting home late is not always the best option.
'Sorry to drop in on you like this.'
'Mr. Dunleavy won't be in today... he says he couldn't get his mojo working.'
'I'm sorry I'm late but I had my wrist watch on upside down!'
Arrivals, departures & limbo.
'The King will be out shortly - he's on the throne.'
'Attention passengers. Flight 322 is on time, but we'll make up for that with security and boarding delays...'
'I'll be home for dinner in a few minutes... I'm getting my stomach lined right now.'
Tall, dark & handsome.
'Time and tide wait for no woman...'
'Sorry to be late, Emma... did I miss any obscenities?'
'I'd have been home earlier, but I stepped on some gum.'
'You still up? It must be Tuesday or Wednesday!'