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phone. Finally he lost his temper and
shouted: "Who is the hopeless idiot
at the end of this line "
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"Who are you?"
WHAT SHE WOULD SAY
Bashful Student Whatwould you
say if I were to throw a kiss at you?
Miss (blushingly) -r- I'd say you
were the laziest fellow I've ever met.