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No dictionary has been able to explain the difference between the two words COMPLETE and FINISHED. Some people say there is no difference but there is a considerable difference. When you marry the right woman you are COMPLETE! When you marry the wrong woman you are FINISHED! If you marry a woman who loves shopping you are COMPLETELY FINISHED!

anonymous 7 Mar 8

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Ejaculating and premature ejacualtion thts the defference !

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I think it is all over, oh whait that means everywhere .

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Complete has more than one meaning!! Finished means done, unless you're talking about a mahogany table.

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the whole versus the done !

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I've seen this post before on here. I have a great memory. I can remember things said to me back when I was 7. Or conversations on the phone days later, or even weeks later. Comments that someone tells me in the day or days before. I don't do drugs. Lol.

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I guffawed!

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That happened to me but mostly she bought her own stuff.

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Uhhhh....yeah......

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When you buy an Insurance Policy you are promised the World. When you have a claim you begin to understand that you were finished when you signed. If this takes some time to comprehend I can only imagine that you haven't filed a claim yet. Any responders on this one!

simple : never claim

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That's really funny!! I always hear commercials that say their process is simple and easy. It really bugs me because to me they are the same thing. It's like saying these eggs are scrambled and whisked.

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Ha!ha! ...if there was such a thing?

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A blind fella that I used to bowl with said..."the only thing that is Done is food...everything else is Finished".

bowling with a blind person. I guess you like to win !

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Do you make any jests that are not at women's expense?
I am completely finished with this post.

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Yes, you remind me of my grandfather. My grandfather played the piano in the basement of a whorehouse and he never knew what was going on upstairs.

@ASTRALMAX Forgive, I did not know your oblivious nature was congenital. It would be cruel beyond my nature to be unkind to those so afflicted. “Oh, but I learned very little, you know!” added the prince, as though excusing himself. “They could not teach me very much on account of my illness.”

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Thank you for revealing the extent of your knowledge and ignorance. I see no point in shooting fish in a barrel, especially, those who have substituted one belief system for another.

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I'd say there are many differences like when you purchase the last book in a series of ten your collection is complete but also when you buy that last book you're also finished in completing your collection.

SamL Level 7 Mar 8, 2018

Well, of course, those are perfectly acceptable examples of the use of the words "complete" and "finished" but in no way distracts from the intended humor.

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Agreed.

JimG Level 8 Mar 8, 2018
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