Его последние слова: "Да, дорогая, эти джинсы тебя полнят".
Two women were discussing their husbands.
One said sadly: “It seems like all Paul and I do is fight. I've been so
upset lately that I've lost ten kilograms.”
“Why don't you leave him?” asked her friend.
“Not yet. I want to lose another ten kilograms first.”
※upset むかついている - расстроенный, огорчённый
A tourist put up at a hotel, and the clerk warned that the man in the
next room was extremely nervous.
When the tourist went to his room, he thoughtlessly threw his hiking boot
down very hard. Then he thought of the poor nervous man, so he laid the other
boot down very gently.
He went to bed, and about two hours later he heard a rap at the door. He
opened it up, and saw the nervous man, who said: “For heaven's sake, throw
that other boot down, will you?”
※put up at〜 〜に泊まった - остановился в
※thoughtlessly 不注意に - бездумно, легкомысленно
※threw 〜 down 〜を放り投げた - бросить
※rap トントンたたく音 - стук (в дверь)
※For heaven's sake 頼むから - ради бога!
Doctor: You need an operation.
Patient: What are you operating for?
Doctor: Three thousand dollars.
Patient: No, Doctor! I meant, what's the reason?
Doctor: I told you - three thousand dollars.
There is one big advantage to turning 70. You don't get a lot of calls from
life insurance salesmen.
※advantage 良いところ - преимущество
Q: What sort of ring is always square?
A: A boxing ring.
※sort 種類 - вид
WORDS OF WISDOM
My friends, love is better than anger. Hope is better than fear.
Optimism is better than despair. So let us be loving, hopeful
and optimistic. And we'll change the world.
- Jack Layton
※fear 恐怖 - страх
※Optimism 楽観主義 - оптимизм
※despair 絶望 - отчаяние