A problem with squirrels
Polly: Did you see my new bird feeder, Annie?
Annie: Yes, I did. I saw it last week.
Polly: Well, I bought it because of the label. It said, 'This bird feeder is squirrel-proof.'
Annie: Yes, you told me that.
Polly: Well, I brought it home. I put lots of nuts in it. And I hung it outside the kitchen window.
Polly: That night, a squirrel broke into the 'squirrel-proof' bird feeder. It ate all the nuts. The squirrel's tummy became enormous.
Annie: Oh, no! Don't tell me!
Polly: The next day, I went into the kitchen. What did I see? A dead squirrel in my birdfeeder, outside my kitchen window!
Annie: That's awful! What did you do?
Polly: I cut it down, and put it in a bag. Then I took it back to the shop. They gaveme my money back.
Annie: But what's the use of that?
Polly: I wanted a squirrel-proof bird feeder, and I haven't got one!
An ordinary life
Nina: I want to tell you something, Daisy.
Daisy: What is it, Nina?
Nina: This will be my last fashion shoot. I'm going to get an ordinary job in an office.
Daisy: But why, Nina? You're a very successful model. Why do you want to change?
Nina: I'm successful now. But I won't always be successful. And I want an ordinary life.
Nina: In an office job, I'll work regular hours. I'll go home in the evening.
Nina: I'll cook beautiful meals and eat them with my friends. And I'll sleep in the same bed every night.
Nina: And maybe, one day, I'll meet the right man. And we'll have an ordinary life together.It'll be wonderful!