Losing Things

An employee of the airport found a cell phone in one of the boarding areas.

She switched it on, hoping a caller would identify the owner. It rang, and she answered it, but there was no response.

When it rang a second time, another female employee answered, and the same thing happened.

Moments later, a supervisor came by and picked up the ringing phone. “This is Bob. May I help you?”

“Bob,” a bewildered woman caller finally spoke. “Where is Bill, and who are those two women he’s with?”


A man send a package to a friend in the mail, but it never arrived so he went to his local post office and asked them to track it down.

“It’s not that simple,” the clerk scolded. “You have to fill out a mail-loss form before we can initiate a search.”

“Okay,” he said. “I’ll take one.”

The clerk rummaged under the counter, then went to some other clerks who did the same—only to return and confess, “You’ll have to come back later. We can’t find the forms.”


At the airline check in a man had three bags. He puts them down and says to the young lady, “I’d like you to send this one to Los Angeles, that one to Hong Kong and the last one to London.”

Confused, the lady at the check in counter said, “I’m afraid we can’t do that, sir.”

“Why not?” said the man, “You somehow managed to do it the last time I flew with you.”


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