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The Weekly Wit, Issue #005
August 28, 2007

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A THOUGHT FOR THANKSGIVING

When round the dish you slide and slip
And arms perform gymnastics jerky,
It’s tough on you, but don’t you think
It’s even tougher on the turkey?






ALL HE HAD

Henry Augustus was learning to dress himself; he was not as big as the name sounds.

Mother, looking on, said, “Why, my son, you have your shoes on the wrong feet!”

“Well,” screamed Henry Augustus, “they’re the only feet I have to put ‘em on!”






Getting Even

GETTING EVEN

Burglar: “Not a thing in the place; but here’s where I git even. I’ll set his alarm for t’ree o’clock.”






Wall Street Expression

WALL STREET EXPRESSION

“Trying to re-coop his losses.”





Family On Motorcycle

ALL ABOARD BUT THE CANARY!





It’s great to be American. Always has been. Enjoy!



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