Re: A-rack-nophobia

gary hallock

On Oct 12, 2005, at 10:34 AM, Ertner James D PUBO wrote:

My boss was putting the finishing touches on some office
rearrangement, when
he asked me to help him move the coat rack. When we were done, he said,
"What? No pun?" To which I answered (after about a five-second delay
is probably why I've never entered the High Lies and Low Puns

"I'll have to rack my brain. I feel caught between a rack and a hard
Before getting this office straightened out, things were going from
rack to
ruin. But now we're ready to rack and roll."

Jim Ertner
I rackon that probably satisfied him.

I'm sure you'll be telling many stories about the day you moved that
coat hanger and took the rack on tour.

Seems like some sort of scam or racket to me.

Alan C
To the best of my rack collection nobody has ever accumulated many of
those coat hangers.

If one accumulates several of those coat hangers and arranges them on the
ground in a four-sided figure, then it would be a racktangle.

Jim E
Don't place them too close together or you will almost certainly have a rack tangle. I suppose the same thing could happen to Dolly Parton when she has trouble brushing her hair and the wig falls down onto her chest.


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