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Lady (in theater): Pardon me, sir, does my hat bother you?
Gentleman behind: No, but it bothers my wife. She wants one like it.


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"God! I left my wallet under the pillow. What shall I do?"
"Your maid is an honest woman, isn't she?" "But she will give it to my wife!"


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"I can't bear a fool." said a lawyer to a famer. "Your mother could." said the farmer.





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A: Your father owns a very big farm, and he hasn't many years to live. You should have told your girlfriend that.
B: I did. So she is my stepmother now.

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