From Reader’s Digest:
Abingdon resident Susan Dunn is featured this month in Reader’s Digest, which selected her anecdote for “All in a Day’s Work,” a portion of its Humor Section that shares readers’ amusing work-related experiences. Reader’s Digest receives more than 30,000 Humor submissions a year.
Her anecdote: A gentleman arrived at our travel agency looking to book a trip to England. I arranged for his planetickets and maps and even a rental car.
“They drive onthe opposite side of the road in England, right?” he asked.
“Yes, they do,” I said.
“Oh,” he said, standing. “I better go practice.”
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