Frustration Jokes

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    A boy asks his father to explain the differences among irritation, aggravation, and frustration.
    His father picks up the phone and dials a number at random. When the phone is answered, he asks, "Can I speak to Alf, please?"
    "No! There's no one called Alf here," says the person who answered the phone.
    His father hangs up. "That's irritation," he says.
    He picks up the phone again, dials the same number, and asks for Alf a second time. "No-there's no one here called Alf. Go away. If you call again I shall telephone the police," the person says.
    His father hangs up and says, "That's aggravation."
    "Then what's frustration?" asks his son. The father picks up the phone and dials the same number a third time.
    "Hello, this is Alf. Have I received any phone calls?" he asks casually.

    Chris asks his dad to explain the difference between irritation, aggravation, and frustration.
    His father picks up the phone and dials a random number. When the phone is answered, he asks, "May I speak to Duane, please?"
    "There's no Duane here," the person who answered the phone says.
    His father hangs up. "That, son, is irritation," he says. He picks up the phone again, dials the same number and asks for Duane a second time.
    "I told you, there's no Duane here!" shouted the person who answered the phone. "If you call here again, I will report you to the police!"
    His father hangs up and says, "That, son, is aggravation."
    "Then what's frustration, Dad," Chris asks.
    His father picks up the phone and dials the same number a third time. "Hi, this is Duane. Have there been any calls for me?" he asks casually.

    Frustration is not having anyone to blame but yourself.

    A boy asks his father to explain the differences among irritation,
    aggravation, and frustration.

    Dad picks up the phone and dials a number at random. When the
    phone is answered he asks, "Can I speak to Alf, please?"

    "No! There's no one called Alf here." The person hangs up.

    "That's irritation," says Dad.

    He picks up the phone again, dials the same number and asks for Alf
    a second time.

    "No -- there's no one here called Alf. Go away. If you call again
    I shall telephone the police." End of conversation.

    "That's aggravation."

    "Then what's' frustration'?" asks his son.

    The father picks up the phone and dials the same number for the third time:

    "Hello, this is Alf. Have I received any phone calls?"

    A boy asks his father to explain the differences among irritation, aggravation, and frustration. Dad picks up the phone and dials a number at random. When the phone is answered he asks, "Can I speak to Alf, please?" "No! There's no one called Alf here." The person hangs up. "That's irritation," says Dad. He picks up the phone again, dials the same number and asks for Alf a second time. "No -- there's no one here called Alf. Go away. If you call again I shall telephone the police." End of conversation. "That's aggravation." "Then what's' frustration'?" asks his son. The father picks up the phone and dials a third time: "Hello, this is Alf. Have I received any phone calls?"

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