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A Chicago salesman was about to check into a St. Louis hotel when he noticed
a very charming woman staring admiringly at him. He walked over and spoke
with her for a few minutes, then returned to the front desk, where they checked
in as Mr. and Mrs.
After a very pleasurable three-day stay, the man approached the front
desk and told the clerk he was checking out. In a few minutes, he was handed
a bill for $2500.
"There must be some mistake," the salesman said. "I've been here for
only three days."
"Yes, sir," the clerk replied. "But your wife has been here a month
and a half."
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A chicken is an egg's way of producing more eggs.
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A child can go only so far in life without potty training. It is not mere
coincidence that six of the last seven presidents were potty trained, not
to mention nearly half of the nation's state legislators.
-- Dave Barry
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A Christian is a man who feels repentance on Sunday for what he did on
Saturday and is going to do on Monday.
-- Thomas Ybarra
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A chronic disposition to inquiry
deprives domestic felines of vital qualities.
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A chubby man with a white beard and a red suit
will approach you soon. Avoid him. He's a Commie.
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A citizen of America will cross the ocean to fight for democracy, but
won't cross the street to vote in a national election.
-- Bill Vaughan
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A city is a large community where people are lonesome together.
-- Herbert Prochnow
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A clash of doctrine is not a disaster - it is an opportunity.
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A classic is something that everyone wants to have read
and nobody wants to read.
-- Mark Twain, "The Disappearance of Literature"