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AIN'T NATURE WONDERFUL
Oh hee! hee! We blush. This is
so silly. They say it's unhealthy.
Sometimes it is, when her old man
catches you. Kissing has a lot to do
with girls not being able to whistle,
because when they get their lips set
to practice whistling, the fellas mis
understand their motive.
Some people like to kiss babies, but
they are taking advantage 'of the
baby. The bone of the baby's nose
is so soft, k'issing might push it out
of shape. If it is a boy baby it's all
right, but if it's a girl baby its better
- to waituntil she is 18 or so, as the
bone in the nose is much firmer then.
You can't analyze a kiss, but It's
something like your foot is asleep all
over and it kind of tickle's and you
forget hom to breathe for a minute
Wives kiss their husbands when
leaving for work and upon return
ing. When leaving, a matter of habit
and upon returning, to find out if he
came straight home or stopped off
with the boys for a while.
Science says a second is long
enough for a kiss.- Society says five
seconds. Movie kisses, ten feet of
film, and we say ten minutes, then
come up for air, then ten minutes
This is good for strengthening the
lungs. Thats the only reason we do
Doris father raised chickens, and
Doris understood all about setting
hens. One day she was taken to see
the new litter of puppies. They were
curly black balls cuddled down be
side a smooth tan mother.
"Are those really-Emmy Lou's pup
pies?" Doris asked.
"Yes, dear," she was told.
"Well, then," she remarked in a
disgusted tone, "she couldn't have
sat on her own eggs." Ladies'
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During the fighting a Highlander
had the misfortune to get his head
A comrade communicated the sad
news to another gallant Scot, who
"Where's his head? He was smok
ing my pipe." Tit-Bits.