THIS JUST IN: Loads of posts on Lamebook will consist of jokes you are already familiar with, some screenshots of jokes somebody borrowed from (cue gasp) another website, some jokes older than the internet itself!
There is no longer any need to point out all the unoriginal ones in the comment section.
**Stuck (either a penis or a knife) in – that should help with the penultimate one!
[For the record I don't think that's logistically accurate but it doesn't matter, its a midly amusing observation with a small pinch of sexual humour thrown in]
As for the last cluesless also. In what context would a cashier tell you to stay dry? During a rainstorm? At an AA meeting? In a Saw-like trap consisting of parasitical death beasts which are attracted by water? Or in some strange (probably American) small talk??
Thanks for clearing that up, but I still don’t get it. Why would you say “stay dry” when that’s probably almost impossible. Surely thats a bit harsh. You might as well say
“Go outside now and get absolutely pissing wet through. I’m gonna stay in here, chances are it will be dry when I go home, but you. Get in the rain/sleet/snow/tidal wave NOW. GET WET GET WET GET WET. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA SUCKS TO BE YOU. Stay dry.”
Yes. It is essentially a wish that, despite the weather, the other person will be able to avoid getting wet. It makes as much sense as “Have a good day!” No one (or almost no one) seeks to have a BAD day (and if they ARE seeking a bad day instructing them to do otherwise isn’t going to stop them). Saying “Have a good day” is just offering your hope that the rest of their day goes well, saying “stay dry!” is simply expressing the hope that they are able to avoid the rain as best they can.