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31 December 2012
By Larry Mak
The bookie slowly counted out the money into the old lady's wrinkled hands. "Lady," he said, " I just don't understand how you managed to pick the winner. It was a real long shot."
"Well," the old lady said." I really don't know myself. I just stuck a pin in the paper and that was it."
"That's all very well, lady," said the bookie,"but how did you manage to pick four winners yesterday afternoon?"
"Oh," replied the old lady. "that was easy. Yesterday I used a fork."
First the engagement ring
Then the wedding ring
Then the suffering.
Joe: " Why not? What did he do?"
Pete: "He died."
Teacher: "That's right. Now what does it mean?"
Billy: "Without ginger ale."
door and yelling, "Trick or treat! Trick or treat!"
She: "No, what?"
early every night. Understand?"
Gambler: "Yes. But what's the second best?"
"Yes. And heaven knows I needed it."
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