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"Excuse me, sir—care to take a moment to check out my new clipboard? Ma'am? I just got a new clipboard. New clipboard, anyone? Anyone?"
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"Do you have a moment to be late for something you just made up?"
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'What do you mean, 'I don't know'? I haven't asked you anything yet.'
"Yes, you caught me at a bad time...I'm home!"
'Shouldn't we be doing this online?'
'Why do I always get stuck with the inventory?'
Warning people with clipboards operate in this area.
"Berkle worked hard for his spot on this team. But you need to be ready..."
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Three men randomly choosing lottery numbers
'Yes. No. Sometimes. No. No. Yes. Don't know. Sometimes. Yes. Mo.'
'Can you spare a moment for the Universe, sir?'
'But first, a few questions about life and death.'
'...and do you tell people who come to the door and ask nosy and impertinent questions to '**** OFF!' (a) once a week, (b) Once a month or (c) once every ten years...'
Pollster approaches a door with 'Dunno' written across the gate.
'Sir, may I have five minutes of your time?' - 'Sure, I can do 9.30 to 9.35 next Tuesday.'
'Promise me you'll say Yes / No / Don't know ...'
"I'm 100 per cent satisfied that this is a truly terrible train service."