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SIZE DIDNT COUNT
Pat had just compared his watch
with the famous clock on Saint
Paul's Cathedral and burst into a fit
"An' phat are yez laughing at?"
asked his companion, a Londoner.
"How kin Oi help it?" said Pat.
"Here me little watch, made in Oire
land by Mike O'Flaherty and cost me
three pounds, has beat yer big Lon
don clock an hour since yisterday
mornin'." Ladies' Home Journal.
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TURNING ON THE HEAT
"I say, janitor, I'want some more
hot air in this office."
"All right, sir; there are a couple
of bdok agents on the next floor, I'll
send them in." Puck.