“I read about a woman from California who is driving by herself across the country to visit every single Costco in the U.S. So far, she’s traveled 2,000 miles – and that was just walking through one Costco.” -Jimmy Fallon
operation, she taped notes to her body for the surgeon…
“Take your time,” “Don’t cut yourself,” “No need to rush,”
“Wash your hands…”
After surgery, as I helped the patient back into her bed,
we discovered a new note taped to her, this one from the
doctor, “Has anyone seen my wristwatch?” 😱
“No, I just think I’m gonna barf.” [stands up] “Well, that passed. Now I’m hungry again.”
In this scene, Police Chief Marge Gunderson (Frances McDormand) and her fellow officer Lou (Bruce Bohne) are investigating a triple homicide outside Fargo, North Dakota. Marge, who is pregnant, bends over near a wrecked car as if examining something on the ground and a concerned Lou says line one. Marge says the first part of line two, then stands back up and says the second part of line two. In the events leading up to this scene, car salesman Jerry Lundegaard (William H. Macy) engineers a kidnapping of his own wife, with the intent of solving his financial problems with the ransom money he expects will be paid by her wealthy father. However, persistent investigation by Marge starts to unravel his scheme.
“Southpaw nothing! I’ll drop him in three.”
Bearing the symbol of love that is bound.
The third should be biggest but that can depend,
Never standing alone or it may offend.
The fourth is oft used when making a selection
Or if you should need a gun for protection.
The fifth is the fattest and oddest by far,
And can sometimes be found in a wrestling war.
What are they?
The pinky hits the quotation mark key on the keyboard when typing, and people often raise their pinky off the cup when drinking tea. The ring finger bears a wedding band when married. The middle finger is an obscene gesture when standing alone. You point with the index finger to make a selection, or use it to pull the trigger on a gun. The thumb can be used for thumb wrestling.
The class was relatively easy, but there was a catch. There were no homework assignments or tests, but there was a final exam that would have only one question on it.
When everyone received the test it was a blank sheet of paper with a solitary question on it: “What is risk?”
Most students were able to pass, but only one student received 100% for the class! Even stranger was that he only wrote down one word!
What did he write?