(nil): Panagiotis Perrakis (pa.per(@)virgin.net)
Ημερομηνία: Πεμ 02 Μάρ 2000 - 09:08:57 EET
- Ρε Παναγιώτη, γιατί δε μεταφράζεις το ανέκδοτο; θα με ρωτήσετε τώρα
- Γιατί ακόμη προσπαθώ να μεταφράσω το παρακάτω:
> A mother, with three daughters about to be wed, told each one of
> to write back about their marriage. But to avoid possible
> to their new husbands by openly discussing intimate details, the
> and daughters agreed to use newspaper advertisements as a "code"
> the mother know how their love lives are going.
> The first one got married, and on the second day sent a letter
> only, "MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE."
> So the mother got out the newspaper and checked the Maxwell Coffee
> House Advertisement which read: "SATISFACTION TO THE LAST DROP..."
> And she was happy for her daughter.
> Then the second daughter was wed. After a week, the mother
> message, "ROTHMAN'S MATTRESSES."
> Again, checking her paper, she saw the store ad with the huge
> banner: "FULL SIZE, KING SIZE" And she knew her daughter was
> Last, the third daughter was married. The mother became anxious as
> went by with no letter. Finally, after four weeks, she received a
> message merely stating, "BRITISH AIRWAYS." Eagerly looking at the
> the mother fainted when she read:
> "THREE TIMES A DAY, SEVEN DAYS A WEEK, BOTH WAYS".
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