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atnoon
12-09-2002, 11:43 PM
1. A daughter sent a telegram to her father on
passing her B.Ed exams, which the father received as
"Father, your daughter has been successful in BED."

2. A husband, while on a business trip to a hill
station sent a telegram to his wife "I wish you were here."
The message received by the wife was "I wish you were her."

3. A man wanted to celebrate his wife's Birthday
by throwing a party. So he ordered a birthday cake.
The salesman asked him what message he wanted put on
the cake. He thought for a moment and said
"put 'you are getting older but you are getting better".
The salesman asked "how do you want me to put it?"
The man said 'Well... put "You are getting older" at
the top and "but you are getting better" at the
bottom.'
When the cake was unveiled at the party all the guests were against at the message on the cake. It read :
"You are getting older at the top,
but you are getting better at the bottom"

Morals of the Story:
1. Double proof read everything before you send.
2. Don't trust others to write it right for you

Noon:)

raghuveer_v
12-10-2002, 07:11 AM
Yes, I agree with you.

Everyone should double proof-read the sentence twice again to remove any useless redundant and un-necessary words, and to corect any speling also gramatical construction erors.

:D