These are not all original t o me but here goes ....
In the supermarket they sell bottles of liquid labelled "Still water". At what stage will it cease to still be water.
And talking of water, one brand says it has percolated and been filtered through rock for thousands oof years before being bottled. Good job they bottled it when they did as its best before date is only in a months time.
What does an occasional table become when it is not a table.
Who did the first person who bought a telephone want to ring?
Where did the first person who bought a car buy petrol from? Or who did the first filling station sell petrol to?
How many people died eating poisonous mushrooms and berries before they knew which ones were ok to eat?
There are many more, so what are other contributors favourites?
I keep seeing these signs around about 'on cameras'. Any idea what they are? And how do you smile them?
Also... what could look less like it's able to skip than a skip?
Do you ever actually hear anyone in a coffee shop ask for a 'regular' coffee? Does it mean they go there every day?
Or is it anything to do with a 'flat white' I hear about? If it's not flat, it's not regular?
Have they stopped putting use-by dates on salt containers and vinegar bottles after someone pointed out that they're used for preserving things?
Pretty sure I don't have an 'on camera', so couldn't smile it anyway.
If it's asking me to smile, someone's going to be disappointed and is lucky I don't get violent.
I remember at school asking what I should do next. I was told to sit down for the present. I sat down but did not get a present ...
I've got a packet of cooking salt that says 'Best Before 19th March 3019'.
At least, it does now that I've altered it...
'We're looking to expand into overseas markets going forward.'
Which other way can you go when speaking about future plans?
'Contains nuts' on peanut butter.
Maybe drinking the coffee keeps them regular?
Perhaps after drinking it they have to "go" there every day?
Retreat from exposure to the vagaries of global markets, to focus on core business?