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I'd give my right arm to be ambidextrous.
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"I'm dying," he croaked.
"My experiment was a success," the chemist retorted .
"You can't really train a beagle," he dogmatized.
"That's no beagle, it's a mongrel," she muttered.
"The fire is going out," he bellowed.
"Bad marksmanship," the hunter groused.
"You ought to see a psychiatrist," he reminded me.
"You snake," she rattled.
"Someone's at the door," she chimed.
"Company's coming," she guessed.
"Dawn came too soon," she mourned.
"I think I'll end it all," Sue sighed.
"I ordered chocolate, not vanilla," I screamed.
"Your embroidery is sloppy," she needled cruelly.
"Where did you get this meat?" he bridled hoarsely.
-- Gyles Brandreth, "The Joy of Lex"
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I'm glad I was not born before tea.
-- Sidney Smith (1771-1845)
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I'm going to raise an issue and stick it in your ear.
-- John Foreman
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I'm not laughing with you, I'm laughing at you.
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I'm not offering myself as an example; every life evolves by its own laws.
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I'm not prejudiced, I hate everyone equally.
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I'm not proud.
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I'm not tense, just terribly, terribly alert!
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I'm prepared for all emergencies but totally unprepared for everyday life.