Here is an old story on spelling.|
On a hot summer day...
Customer: Excuse me, but the sign on the window is spelt wrong. It should say "Fresh ice-cream sold here", and not "Freesh ice-cream sold bere".
Shopkeeper (afterwards, to his son sitting nearby): That's the twentieth customer today, who came in just to point out the spelling mistake, and bought some ice-cream. You see son, sometimes a deliberate spelling mistake can draw a lot of attention and increase sales!
"Great !" the second replied. "I have three brothers in pharmaceutical testing and a sister in heart research."
"Don't get too excited friend." the other hunter replied. "I've been lost for three weeks."
Get Out, And Never Come Back
The owner walks up to the young man and says, "Son, how much do you make a day?"
The guy replies, "150 dollars."
The owner pulls out his wallet, gives him $150, and tells him to get out and never come back.
A few minutes later the shipping clerk says to the boss, "Have you seen that UPS driver? I left him standing around here?"
"That rainbow song's no good. Take it out." - MGM memo after first showing of The Wizard Of Oz.
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"You ought to go back to driving a truck." - Concert manager, firing Elvis Presley in 1954.
"Forget it. No Civil War picture ever made a nickel." - MGM executive, advising against investing in Gone With The Wind.
"Can't act. Can't sing. Slightly bald. Can dance a little." - A film company's verdict on Fred Astaire's 1928 screen test.
"Very interesting, Whittle, my boy, but it will never work." - Professor of Aeronautical Engineering at Cambridge, shown Frank Whittle's plan for the jet engine.
"There will be one million cases of AIDS in Britain by 1991." - World Health Organisation in a 1989 report. It over-estimated by 992,301 cases.
"All saved from Titanic after collision." - New York Evening Sun, April 15 1912.
"Brain work will cause women to go bald." - Berlin professor, 1914.
"Television won't matter in your lifetime or mine." - Radio Times editor Rex Lambert, 1936.
"Everything that can be invented has been invented." - director of the US Patent Office, 1899.
A couple of days later the doctor met him again, and said, "You're really doing great, aren't you? That was quite the gorgeous young lady I saw you with!"
The man replied, "Just doing what you said Doctor, 'Get a hot mamma and be cheerful.'"
The Doctor said, "I didn't say that. I said you got a heart murmur. Be careful."
Shrink: "Nothing wrong with that, I prefer them myself."
Patient: "Really ??? With mustard or mayonnaise ?"