Looking for Wifi

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Real Estate Agent with The Berkshire Group Realtors

Wifi is not such a big deal anymore.  Whole communities sometimes are wired, offering the service free to whocoffee shop ever wants to use it.  Logging on is usually as simple as turning on your computer.

However not everyone knows what wifi is. 

If you want to have some fun, next time you go into a place that proudly displays the "Free Wifi" sign, just ask for a cup of coffee and some free wifi (pronounce it wiffy).  Be sure to keep an earnest look on your face, no smiling either.

Let me know how it goes...

 

 

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Friday evening, Medford & joined up at the coffee shop for dinner (PLEASE don’t tell anyone we actually ate there—it would ruin our reputation as “coffee drinkers only!). This was after I read this post.

“George, howya doin’,” I asked as our waiter arrived with the obligatory water, “ya got wiffy?”

“You mean waffles?” he asked.

“No, wiffy.” I replied, “Starbucks has it, and it’s free.”

“And it’s really great,” added Medford the, techno-geezer, picking up on the joke.

“Ya can’t get waffles at Starbucks,” George replied, becoming a bit defensive.

“Okay then, if you don’t have wiffy, I just have tonight’s special.”

 

Friday fun—indeed!

 Medford & Jay.
October 21, 2006 04:54 AM
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Cheryl Johnson
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Heee Heeee!!! Haaa!!! ROTFLMAO!!!!  You really had me going there for a bit! 
October 21, 2006 06:25 AM
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good joke! I always say Why-fi and I do that because of the term hi-fi. Should I say that hiffy? When I went to the local McDonalds they had free WiFi and I asked them about "wiffy" they told me that they don't sell that. Ok,ok, ok, so not all people are tech-literate.
October 21, 2006 12:58 PM
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Bryant Tutas-Tutas Towne Realty, Inc

Yes I would some wiffy and a nice Key-aaaaaaaan-tee. Spooky

October 21, 2006 02:53 PM
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KK, it was iffy wiffy.  I wanted it to work in a jiffy.
October 21, 2006 06:15 PM
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