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1 bulls, 3 cows.
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40 isn't old. If you're a tree.
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A crow perched himself on a telephone wire. He was going to make a
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A furore Normanorum libera nos, O Domine!
[From the fury of the norsemen deliver us, O Lord!]
-- Medieval prayer
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A log may float in a river, but that does not make it a crocodile.
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A pickup with three guys in it pulls into the lumber yard. One of the men
gets out and goes into the office.
"I need some four-by-two's," he says.
"You must mean two-by-four's" replies the clerk.
The man scratches his head. "Wait a minute," he says, "I'll go
Back, after an animated conversation with the other occupants of the
truck, he reassures the clerk, that, yes, in fact, two-by-fours would be
"OK," says the clerk, writing it down, "how long you want 'em?"
The guy gets the blank look again. "Uh... I guess I better go
check," he says.
He goes back out to the truck, and there's another animated
conversation. The guy comes back into the office. "A long time," he says,
"we're building a house".
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A prediction is worth twenty explanations.
-- K. Brecher
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A reverend wanted to telephone another reverend. He told the operator,
"This is a parson to parson call."
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A squeegee by any other name wouldn't sound as funny.