I work at a massage spa that also has a sauna. One day, two ladies come in and use the sauna together. After they’ve left, I find one of their phones while I am cleaning.
Since we have their numbers on file, I try calling one of the ladies, which rings the phone I have. I therefore call the second lady, who answers. I tell her to notify her friend that I have her phone. She agrees, and says she will tell her friend right away.
However, as soon as I hang up, her friend’s phone lights up with a text:
“the spa has your phone”
What part of “I have your friend’s phone” didn’t she understand?
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