Within the first few minutes they agreed not to hit below the belt. They’ve spent the last 3 hours trying to decide where a shark and a squid might wear belts if they could wear pants.
A classic “tail” told appropriately, in black-and-white.
Congrats on a successful mission, OSIRIS-REx!
You don’t need to go for a whole walk, Eno. In fact I think just 12-steps should do it…
But I thought Adam was incompetent as a writer. Someone’s willing to pay big bucks for that?
Yeah, that would have made sense. Any kind of outage notification online or in the hold system would have saved a lot of complication for everyone. But of course most institutions aren’t that smart.
Honestly, the crab from The Little Mermaid singing in ABBA would probably improve it. Certainly couldn’t make the music any worse.
Sorry, your insurance doesn’t cover gloves. We’ll need that back. They’re $10,000. Each. At least, that’s what we charge your insurance for them. Then we put them over our heads and blow balloon roosters like Howie Mandel.
I need you to do a number 1 on floor number 3.
I had a problem paying with my credit card online once, and called my bank. ETA was 30-minutes based on the automated system. Sometimes it would drop down to 25-minutes. After over 2-hours, I had put the hold music on speaker phone and cleaned my entire room when they finally answered. It turned out their whole credit card system was down, which explains why the wait time was so long: No one could make credit card payments at that time, it wasn’t just my card.