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Saturday, July 5, 2008

...deadline or dateline?!!...

the correct term for one of my IP stress factors is deadline...

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

A deadline is a time limit...

A dateline is a short piece of text included in news articles that describes where and when the story was written or filed, though the date is often omitted...

A typical newspaper dateline might read:
Klang, July 5 The outlook was uncertain today as ...

ohh yaa...yesterday (since it's already past midnight), while waiting for the breaking fast time (sunat 1 rejab), i had browse through Life's Like That section in the latest issue of Reader's Digest and found this particular item hilarious:

it's pineapple and apple :P - courtesy of Mr Meempat Muralidhar

here goes:-

after a number of attempts to get the customer service agent on the phone to understand his name, my friend Appappa decided to spell it out.

"A for apple," he began. " P for pineapple, P for pineapple, A for apple, P for pineapple, P for -"

the flustered agent interrupted. "I have a better idea," she said.

"Just tell me how many apples and how many pineapples."

Hahaha...LOL...

3 comments:

pamina said...

finish it you will. i was still printing the crap the morning i was supposed to pass it in.

you can do it.

Anonymous said...

heehee..
i love the joke..
peche

Shouta M said...

good one ali..tehehe..