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Last week, I stated this woman was the ugliest woman I had ever seen. I
What’s the use of happiness? It can’t buy you money. ~Henny Youngman
When Peters learned that he was being fired, he went to see
“I have two words for you: green card.”
Answer: The Birdcage
In this scene, nightclub owner Armand Goldman (Robin Williams) has just warned his gay Guatemalan house boy Agador Spartacus (Hank Azaria) with the line, “Now take that wig off or I’ll tell Albert you’re wearing it”, referring to the female impersonator Albert Goldman (Nathan Lane), who is the star of his show. Agador says line one and Armand responds with line two. Azaria’s portrayal of Agador Spartacus is wonderful. He is perhaps best known to American audiences for the many voices he provides for the television show “The Simpsons.” This movie tells the hilarious story of gay parents of a straight young man who agree to act as straight when meeting the ultra-conservative, moralistic parents of the young man’s fiancée. There are so many good lines/scenes in this movie-several had me laughing so hard I was gasping for breath!
Kid Sheleen: “You ought to see ’em from my side.”
Take the given words, and by moving a single letter from one word to the other, make a pair of synonyms,
or near synonyms. For example, given: Boast – Hip, move the ‘s’ from ‘Boast’ to ‘Hip’ creating two synonyms: Boat – Ship.
1. Burn – Bead
2. Rid – Tripe
3. Grove – Rout
4. Charm – Rush
5. Cream – Sweep
2. Ride – Trip
3. Groove – Rut
4. Harm – Crush
5. Scream – Weep
Emperor Akbar once ruled over India. He was a wise and intelligent ruler, and he had in his court the Nine Gems, his nine advisors, who were each known for a particular skill. One of these Gems was Birbal, known for his wit and wisdom. The story below is one of the examples of his wit. Do you have it in you to find out the answer?
A farmer and his neighbour once went to Emperor Akbar’s court with a complaint.
“Your Majesty, I bought a well from him,” said the farmer pointing to his neighbour, “and now he wants me to pay for the water.”
“That’s right, your Majesty,” said the neighbour. “I sold him the well but not the water!”
The Emperor asked Birbal to settle the dispute.
How did Birbal solve the dispute?