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    "POLITICALLY CORRECT TERMS"
    Dirty Old Man: Sexually focused chronologically gifted individual.
    Perverted: Sexually dysfunctional.
    Serial Killer: Person with difficult-to-meet needs.
    Lazy: Motivationally deficient.
    Fat: Horizontally challenged.
    Fail: Achieve a deficiency.
    Dishonest: Ethically disoriented.
    Bald: Follicularly challenged.
    Clumsy: Uniquely coordinated.
    Body Odor: Nondiscretionary fragrance.
    Alive: Temporarily metabolically abled.
    Worst: Least best.
    Wrong: Differently logical.
    Ugly: Cosmetically different.
    Unemployed: Involuntarily leisured.
    Short: Vertically challenged.
    Dead: Living impaired.
    Vagrant: Nonspecifically destinationed individual.
    Spendthrift: Negative saver.
    Drunk: Chemically inconvenienced.
    Pregnant: Parasitically oppressed.
    Ignorant: Knowledge-based non-possessor.

    One day the club duffer challenged the local golf pro to a match, with a $100 bet on the side. "But," said the duffer, "since you're obviously much better than I am, to even it a bit, you have to spot me two 'gotchas'." The golf pro didn't know what a 'gotcha' was, but he went along with it. And off they went.
    Coming back to the 19th hole, the rest of the club members were greatly amazed to see the golf pro paying the duffer $100. "What happened?" asked one of the members. "Well," said the pro, "I was teeing up for the first hole, and as I brought the club down, the jerk stuck his hand up between my legs and grabbed me while yelling 'Gotcha!' Have you ever tried to play 18 holes of golf waiting for the second 'gotcha'?"

    In today's era of affirmative action and politically correct
    speaking, it is no longer acceptable to say "handicapped" or
    "disabled." "Challenged" is now the acceptable term.
    Such was the case when a morning radio personality (somewhere
    around Maryland) recently reported a traffic jam caused by a
    "mechanically challenged" vehicle.
    The unfortunate thing about using the word "challenged" when
    referring to a disabled person is, it won't change the nature of their
    disability, nor is it likely to change peoples' feelings toward them.
    Instead, as has happened with so many other words, "challenged" will
    take on the new meaning. Twenty years from now, when we say that "a
    skier was challenged by an expert slope," we will probably mean that
    he broke his leg.

    The Technologically Challenged Just in case you think YOU are TC (technologically challenged), there'sstill hope:1. Compaq is considering changing the command "Press Any Key" to "Press Return Key" because of the flood of calls asking where the "Any" key is.2. AST technical support had a caller complaining that her mouse was hard to control with the dust cover on. The cover turned out to be the plastic bag the mouse was packaged in.3. Another Compaq technician received a call from a man complaining that the system wouldn't read word processing files from his old (5-1/4") diskettes. After troubleshooting for magnets and heat failed to diagnose the problem, it was found that the customer had labeled the diskettes, then rolled them into the typewriter to type the labels.4. Another AST customer was asked to send a copy of her defective diskettes. A few days later a letter arrived from the customer along with photocopies of the floppies.5. A Dell more...

    Once the club duffer challenged the local golf pro to a match, with a$100 bet on the side. "But," said the duffer, "since you're obviouslymuch better than I, to even it a bit you have to spot me two'gotchas'."The golf pro didn't know what a 'gotcha' was, but he went along with it.And off they went. Coming back to the 19th hole, the rest of the club memberswere amazed to see the golf pro paying the duffer $100."What happened?" asked one of the members. "Well," said the pro, "I was teeingup for the first hole, and as I brought the club down, the jerk stuck his handbetween my legs and grabbed my balls while yelling 'Gotcha!' Have you evertried to play 18 holes of golf waiting for the second 'gotcha'?"

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