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AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE
He Say, that friend of yours from
the West is the greatest soup eater
in the universe.
She Why, how's that?
He Well, I've seen soup syphoned
and gargled, but he's the first one I
ever saw who yodeled it. Cornell
"What are you so worried about?"
"My rich uncle wants to see me
about his will and I'm afraid if I tell
him that I am doing well he will leave
his money to his poor relations, while
if I say that I'm not doing well he'll
leave it to a worthier one than my
self.':--hdelphja Ledger ,
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