The first paragraph: “That’s what she said” is a well-known family of jokes, recently repopularized by the television show “The Ofﬁce” (Daniels et al., 2005). The jokes consist of saying “that’s what she said” after someone else utters a statement in a non-sexual context that could also have been used in a sexual context. For example, if Aaron refers to his late-evening basketball practice, saying “I was trying all night, but I just could not get it in!”, Betty could utter “that’s what she said”, completing the joke. While somewhat juvenile, this joke presents an interesting natural language understanding problem. I know one of the authors from college and feel like I should share this. And I want to read it in full sometime and this is as good a place as any to leave the link.