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By OnCompanyTimeToo - / Monday 2 September 2013 01:21 / New Zealand
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You realize that a John its also someone that is a client of a hooker. That's what the joke was. I laughed, sorry they missed it.

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#18, since it was a typo, you can't really say what the author intended. The toilet popped into my mind first, but then I imagined a guy named Jon. It was a mistake, so the OP really intended neither meaning.

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@26, The OP said "after 3 months on the Jon..." which indicates a thing, not a person, hence my assumption for it to mean the crapper and not a person.

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#29, no, it doesn't indicate anything. The OP himself said he intended to write "job." He wouldn't have intended anything if he accidentally written jab, jib, joe, jog, jon, jot, joy, bob, fob, gob, hob, lob, mob, nob, rob, sob or any other perrmutation of job with one wrong letter.

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Speaking of proofreading, why hasn't anyone pointed out that this FML has a typo in it too? It states, "...them submit them."; it should state, "...then submit them." OP, you might just have a problem with proofreading :-(.

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I once commented on a FML, pointing out that there was a typo in it. The next day, the typo had been corrected and I had a bunch of thumbs down! But I noticed OP's typo, too, and I'm glad you pointed it out!

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#4, it's almost always a good idea. If you are the pilot on a plane that's about to crash and you whip out the emergency instructions and notice a comma where a semi-colon should be, let it go!

I sort of feel like you deserve it. If you type anything, you should always reread it and check for errors. Plus, considering it was a single sentence, it shouldn't have been that difficult of a task...

That was an accomplishment., you moved quite a bit. I bet you filled that jon to the best of your bowels. Remember op, when the going gets tough, the tough eat roughage.

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