Can anyone tell me the two meanings of "come again" in this joke.

A candidate at a job interview was asked a tough question to which he mumbled an inaudible answer. The interviewer said "Come again?" The candidate got up, collected his file, went out of the room and came back again.

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Doesblue 1270

Come again means "could you repeat please? Other way to say it´s "what was that?


Speaking of jokes, this one is a similar kind of pun :)


"To come again" in the interviewer's case is, "Could you repeat that". The "double entendre" is that the man thought he wanted him to "come" (have an orgasm) again. It's a silly joke... (not funny). Replace "come again" with "Pardon me? I'm sorry? Say that again, please?"

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