welfare, God’s ache (or … what was that?)

What I heard:
“Welfare – God’s ache!”
What it actually was:
“Well, for God’s sake!”

Friend: “Do you like Korean rice?”
Me: “Sure, I like all Korean food.”
Friend: “Uh … eh?”
Me: “Huh?”
Friend: “I said, ‘Do you like curry and rice?'”
Me: “Hahaha!”

Guy at the parts shop: “Your signal light’s supposed to flash sixty-two hundred times a minute.”
Me: “You’re kidding!  6,200 times?  A minute?!”
Guy: “No no no, sixty to a hundred times.  Between sixty and…”
Me: “Ah, that makes sense.”

What I heard:
“The population of the city is eleven million.  It was four a million years ago.”
What was actually said:
“The population of the city is eleven million.  It was four million, years ago.”

What Mom thought I said: “The pie takes 32 to 34 minutes in the oven, or 45 minutes in the microwave.”
Mom: “I think the oven will be better.”
What I actually said: “The pie takes 32 to 34 minutes in the oven, or 4 to 5 minutes in the microwave.”