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"Knock it off, will you, Tom? I've had a lousy day."
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'Darling? I think I'll be a bit late tonight!'
'You could go home tomorrow, but it will take the plumber three days to disconnect you.'
'It's almost five o'clock. Barstow should start showing some initiative any moment now.'
Smug Colleagues Leaving Work.
"I'm leaving a little early as I wasn't in quite so late this morning."
Last day of home school.
'Honey, I'm ommmmmmmmmmmmmmm.'
"How many times have I asked you, John... don't bring your work home with you!"
'Kenny Gibson moved that we adjourn, so we did.'
'Honey. . . I'm ommmmmmmmmmmmmmm.'
'Honey, I'm home - for good.'
'It's alright for you - you're going home today!'
'Finally, some help around the house!'
"Hold it! Hold your fire! Our shift just ended...."
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'How was your day, Dear?'
'I have a satellite link to the Naval Observatory. I receive a signal when the time is exactly 3.00 p.m. Then I'm out of here.'
'What a day...it was just one hour after the next...'
'How about a cold one?'
You realize, Harris, if you LIVED here, you'd be home by now.
'I'm home dear. I can't smell burning so we must be having salad?'
'Mom, dad, do you realize what time it is? It's after 11 o'clock!'
'It's a dog eat dog world out there.' His dog looks at his food and thinks, 'Good grief, what's in this stuff?'
'The first thing my husband does when he comes home from the office is take off his necktie.'