--Go to your nearest bookshelf. Now go to the second book on the second shelf. What is it?
--Go to page 22. What is the second full sentence on the page?
--What is your checking account number?
--Can the words in the sentence be rearranged to form a double entendre?
--What is your bank's routing number?
--Call up your local deli. Tell the guy behind the counter your double entendre. What does he say? If he doesn't react, ask if he has Prince Albert in a can. Giggle and hang up.
--What's your PIN? Is your password your mother's maiden name? If so, what is your mother's maiden name? Why? Um. I think she and I went to high school together. How's she doing? Really? Oh, that's too bad. Give her my regards.
--Now go to page 222 in the book. On average, is $222 more or less than the amount you usually leave in your checking account? Do you have overdraft protection? How much?
--Put book back on shelf. Do the hokey-pokey. Turn yourself around.
--Seriously, what's your PIN? I don't know why you're being so weird about this.
Well, that's about it. Instead of posting this on your blog, could you just E-mail me your answers?