Tuesday, June 15, 2004

What are the four most expensive words in the English language ?

The four most expensive words in the English language are "this time it's different." — John Templeton

Wife: "I want a divorce"

Investor: "It will come back!"

Wife: "I really like it."

Vendor: This system is foolproof!

Politician: This time I promise!

Wife: Where is your Visa?

Doctor: This is quite rare.

Father: It'll take ten minutes.

Priest: There's a great neeeeeeeeed.....

Professor: Textbooks are all extra.

Mechanic: Not looking good, bud.

Poolman: Are those knife holes?

Neighbor: Talk to my lawyer.

Woman: THE CHILD IS YOURS!

Boss: You have been fired

Poker: Shuffle up and deal.

Government: "I'm from the IRS."

Affair: "She'll never find out."

Investing: New York Stock Exchange

Crook: "GET YOUR HANDS UP."

Commercial: "Only [insert number] easy payments..."

Enron: "I am Kenneth Lay"

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