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High Water Bills

This is hysterical - at least the first few minutes. I'm glad my cats haven't
learned this trick.


Jennifer and Jim kept getting huge water bills. They knew beyond a doubt
that the bills weren't representative of their actual usage, and no matter
how they tried to conserve, the high bills continued. Although they could
see nothing wrong, they had everything checked for leaks or problems: the
water meter, outdoor pipes, indoor pipes, underground pipes,
faucets, toilets, washer, ice maker, etc., all to no avail.
One day Jim was sick and stayed home in bed, but kept hearing water running
downstairs. He finally got out of his sick bed to investigate, and stumbled
onto the cause of the bills. Apparently this was happening all day long when
they were not at home.
Knowing that few would believe him, he taped a segment of the 'problem' for


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