It would have been nice to have something more than a couple of riddles, but at least we are getting some action. This one will be appreciated by the native English speakers, so apologies to those to whom English is a second (or third) language:
No dictionary has ever been able to define the difference between "complete" and "finished." However, during a recent linguistic conference, held in London, England, Samsundar Balgobin, a Guyanese linguist, was asked to make that very distinction. The question by a colleague in the erudite audience was this: "Some say there is no difference between 'complete' and 'finished.' Please explain the difference in a way that is easy to understand."
Mr. Balgobin's response: "When you marry the right woman, you are 'complete.' If you marry the wrong woman, you are 'finished.' And, if the right one catches you with the wrong one, you are 'completely finished.'" His answer received a five minute standing ovation.
Why don't we have more jokes? Is it that something funny happens only once or twice a year? I have posted here three times in 18 months, and only one other joke since July 2019. I know how important it is to win games, but what what about a bit of fun along the way. If three people will post a joke her in the next seven days, I post another three. Promise!!
A 7 year old boy is having dinner with his parents when suddenly he announces that me and Jane next door are getting married. "Oh" says the mother amused, "How old is Jane?. "Six", says the boy. "What are you going to do for money?" asks the father. The boy says, "I get 5 dollars a week allowance and Jane gets 3 dollars. Together we'll be okay." "What will you do if you have children?" asks the father. The boy says, "Well, so far we've been lucky."