Argyle and deceit

Once in a while, one of those pesky “e-cards” that clutter up Facebook elicits a small chuckle from this quarter. This one, though, has definite neologism, or at least euphemism, potential:

E-card: A dyslexic hooker just offered to cook my socks for $40

(Found at Kat’s Kozy Korner.)







5 comments

  1. Charles Pergiel »

    16 February 2013 · 11:37 am

    Dad burn sock cookers.

  2. Tatyana »

    16 February 2013 · 12:48 pm

    Just yesterday a meme made rounds on Russian blogs: “American in Russian language class: “Sock in Russian sounds is No Sock?!”

  3. Tatyana »

    16 February 2013 · 12:48 pm

    oh darn, typos again
    i give up

  4. fillyjonk »

    16 February 2013 · 8:42 pm

    Considering that one of the nicknames for a person who crochets is a “hooker” (yes, said with all the eye-rolling “humor” intended), and that socks CAN be crocheted….that’s not all that far off, I suppose.

    Though I personally prefer “monkey fighters” if I’m fake-cursing.

  5. Dick Stanley »

    18 February 2013 · 3:07 pm

    Hilarious, thanks.

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