(March 2010)

Fantagraphics, 2010 Series
Published in English (United States) United States
 
Price
18.99 USD
Pages
108
On-sale Date
2010-03-31
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
Fantagraphics Books
Brand
FB
ISBN
978-1-60699-284-5 Search at WorldCat
Barcode
9781606992845 51899
Editing
Alex Chun
Binding
softcover

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text
Genre
humor

Introduction (Table of Contents: 1)

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A woman kicks a man's hand to keep him from shutting off the lamp.
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I told you the barn is next door to the right!
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humor
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A man with a milking pail and stool approaches a large-breasted woman.
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Room for one more!
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humor
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Two men create an hourglass-shaped space in an elevator for a woman to fit.
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Absolutely free, a sample of our irresistible bath salts!
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A salesman gives bath salts to a woman then peers into her window as she uses them.
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We have reached a verdict... WOW!
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Jurors admire a woman in court on the witness stand.
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Either the act is improving or one of us is absent-minded!
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A female dancer appears to have forgotten her underwear.
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Last time I'll ever hold hands with you in a horror movie!
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A woman complains about her date biting her nails while they watch a horror movie.
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Well – just one cocktail then I must be getting on!
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A man invites a woman back to his apartment where he has a bed outfitted with iron restraints.
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It works out just fine -
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A woman has one boyfriend who likes her mind and a second who likes everything else.
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When I lost my head, Tom, I didn't think I'd find it on your shoulder!
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A man helps a woman calm down.
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What a heck of a place to carry fish hooks... in your hip pocket!
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A fisherman carries a woman on his back but the fish hooks in his pockets irritate her.
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There's your pocketbook, Ma'am -
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A theatre usher finds a woman's missing pocketbook with his flashlight.
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Tom made a loan to pay my alimony -
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A man loans money to his lover so she can pay alimony but now he wants her to loan him money.
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Of course I want to marry you, Kitty -
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A man reassures his date that he wants to marry her.
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Just why do they call this a love seat?!
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A man is frustrated by the design of the loveseat he and his date are seated in.
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Old Man Smith paid me the nicest compliment today.
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A woman receives a compliment about the size of her bust.
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There, there – stop shaking -
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A woman consoles a seemingly-frightened man by hugging him.
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I'm going to stop running under you...
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A man is irritated by a woman using a swing.
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It's a lovely diamond, Wes...
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A woman judges the diamond ring she was just given.
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Okay, if you won't have me...
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A spurned man suggests if a woman won't have him he'll marry her mother instead.
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Instead of going out tonight...
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A man invites his date to stay home at night with him.
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Would you mind slowing down?
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A photographer asks an exotic dancer to slow down while he takes her picture.
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I'm a beginner at this cocktail drinking -
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A woman asks a bartender for a cocktail “in a one proof.”
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Don't be silly, Miss Martin...
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A man rigs up his garden hose to make it seem as though it is raining outside so his date will remain with him.
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I taught her how to swim last year -
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A man on a beach wonders what he should teach his girlfriend to do next.
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There's a darn sand crab under me -
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A sunbathing woman feels a man's hand groping her under the sand and thinks it's a crab.
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With you, Buster, I take both pulses!
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A nurse holds both of her patients' arms to take his pulse.
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Just kiss the hand, Count, don't handle the lend-lease!
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A woman complains about the affection her date lavishes upon her jewelry.
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Nevermind the dancing lessons – just teach me how to hold!
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A man taking dancing lessons asks his gorgeous teacher to simply hold him.
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Fifi, when I asked you to warm my husband's meal...
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A wife finds her maid Fifi kissing her husband.
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Mary? She's out back reading love stories to a pair of chinchillas!
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A woman tries to encourage pet chinchillas to mate so she can have a fur coat.
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I'll make a deal with you -
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An old woman offers to leave a couple alone if the man will hold her hand for five minutes.
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The part I liked best was the trombone solo!
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At a nightclub, a trombone player's instrument fondles the seat of a nearby woman.
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All right, you!
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A woman charting a graph is groped by a passing man, upsetting the graph.
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Before I put the pinch on...
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A police officer is interested in seeing how a game of strip poker ends.
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I'll never feel right using tambourines in our work...
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Women raising money for charity see how an exotic dancer uses her tambourines differently from them.
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And when I go to the movies they keep making me...
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A large-breasted woman complains about theatres forcing her to buy extra tickets because of her chest size.
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Thanks for stopping by, Miss Thomas...
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A doctor appreciates his patient visiting him as it made him feel better.
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Yes, Ma'am, hammocks are on the second floor!
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The bra salesman redirects a large-chested woman to hammocks instead.
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Get off that note!
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A singer's sharp note causes a woman's spun glass dress to shatter.
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Two eggs, sunny side up..
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A maid complains about her employer's randy spirit.
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Thanks, Mr. Claymore – and you're pretty well stacked yourself!
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Mr. Claymore admires his date's well-stacked chest; she admires his well-stacked walltet.
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Notice how much warmer the winters are getting...
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Two women dressed in fur note how their mutual male friend has helped make winters more bearable for them.
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But, Darling, why so much for a wedding gown?
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A prospective bride doesn't see the point of buying an expensive wedding dress when she'll only wear it 5-6 times.
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Jest what bowl did you use for her haircut?
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A hillbilly gives a girl a bowlcut but the bowl he used gave the hair a very odd shape.
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Forget what I told the other dudes – trot the heck out of him!
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A cowboy advises a female horse rider to ride her horse as hard as she likes.
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I thought you told me you don't believe in corporal punishment!
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An army corporal is overwhelmed by his date.
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A band of communists happily welcome the beautiful Olga to their five-year plan.
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Since Millie is definitely leaving me for you...
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As his woman Millie leaves him, a man offers to give his rival Millie's instructions.
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I'm afraid we're stuck till the spring thaw, Mitzi -
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Two skiers are trapped in a cabin when the man deliberately freezes the lock to keep the woman there.
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It's uncanny – everytime I make a killing at the stock market...
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A wealthy man notes how every time he makes money his girlfriend spends it almost immediately.
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Please, Marcia – you're wrinkling my new tie!
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A man is bathed with sweat as his girlfriend fondles him.
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Miss Riley, you look downright snakey.
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A woman dressed in snakeskin is asked if she's the “constricting type.”
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They must like him very much -
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Two women note how irritated a team of bowlers are by one outstanding player.
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I appreciate your hospitality, Jake...
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Jake throws his television set into the fireplace so he can enjoy a good fire with his date.
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Tell you what, Bill -
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A woman can't go out on a date so she reads to her boyfriend from a novel over the telephone.
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There are three things no man but a fool would lend...
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Julius Caesar; Cleopatra
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Julius Caesar philosophizes with Cleopatra
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Junior, can't you do your chin-ups on something else...
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A boy performs chin-ups while gripped to his mother's breasts.
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Imagine George calling me a two-timer...
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A woman is incensed at being called a two-timer when she always had 6-7 men at a time.
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See... I told you what he'd do...
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Although a man is making out with his wife on the sofa, a husband is so accustomed to his routine that he doesn't notice.
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Captain's compliments, Miss, but would you mind...
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A woman standing on the deck of a ship is asked to step inside because too many passengers are watching from the portholes.
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Will you scram!
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A politician tells a beautiful woman to leave because her presence is causing him to make promises he can't keep.
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If you're a-gona get sick on me...
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A man has to change into a skirt when his date throws up on his pants.
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A bottle of aspirin tablets, Ed...
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A woman with exposed cleavage complains of a chest cold.
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You're burning oil!
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A female motorist emits so much smoke from her car that it blackens the police officer tailing her.
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Ephram, I'm worried.
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An old man is concerned because he's more interested in his liver pills than in looking at a pretty woman.
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He was a tall man -
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And don't stay mad, Alice!
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Well, I've just become the first girl to crack the four minute mile -
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Remember, straight to the market!
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I like you, Tom, because you're fast with the buck...
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For girls he has a flashy flair...
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Let's walk past the Y.M.C.A. and listen to the windows break!
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Please dear, it's Sunday.
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Go ahead and walk home...
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No, that doesn't quite do it either.
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You sure can twist me around your little finger, Madge!
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Darn those low, slinky cars!
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You planned that!
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I feel positively buoyant!
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Why don't you go in for a dip, Herman -
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I'll show you why she was voted Miss Tooth-paste of 1955.
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The boss had to lay her off...
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Frankly, I'm afraid to mix her drink!
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This is the last time I'll ever return a lost key.
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Well, I'm off to bust that charm school...
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  2. 1. Introduction
  3. 2. [Woman Keeps Lights on]
  4. 3. ["I told you the barn is next door to the right!"]
  5. 4. ["Room for one more!"]
  6. 5. ["Absolutely free, a sample of our irresistible bath salts!"]
  7. 6. ["We have reached a verdict... WOW!"]
  8. 7. ["Either the act is improving or one of us is absent-minded!"]
  9. 8. ["Last time I'll ever hold hands with you in a horror movie!"]
  10. 9. ["Well – just one cocktail then I must be getting on!"]
  11. 10. ["It works out just fine -"]
  12. 11. ["When I lost my head, Tom, I didn't think I'd find it on your shoulder!"]
  13. 12. ["What a heck of a place to carry fish hooks... in your hip pocket!"]
  14. 13. ["There's your pocketbook, Ma'am -"]
  15. 14. ["Tom made a loan to pay my alimony -"]
  16. 15. ["Of course I want to marry you, Kitty -"]
  17. 16. ["Just why do they call this a love seat?!"]
  18. 17. ["Old Man Smith paid me the nicest compliment today."]
  19. 18. ["There, there – stop shaking -"]
  20. 19. ["I'm going to stop running under you..."]
  21. 20. ["It's a lovely diamond, Wes..."]
  22. 21. ["Okay, if you won't have me..."]
  23. 22. ["Instead of going out tonight..."]
  24. 23. ["Would you mind slowing down?"]
  25. 24. ["I'm a beginner at this cocktail drinking -"]
  26. 25. ["Don't be silly, Miss Martin..."]
  27. 26. ["I taught her how to swim last year -"]
  28. 27. ["There's a darn sand crab under me -"]
  29. 28. ["With you, Buster, I take both pulses!"]
  30. 29. ["Just kiss the hand, Count, don't handle the lend-lease!"]
  31. 30. ["Nevermind the dancing lessons – just teach me how to hold!"]
  32. 31. ["Fifi, when I asked you to warm my husband's meal..."]
  33. 32. ["Mary? She's out back reading love stories to a pair of chinchillas!"]
  34. 33. ["I'll make a deal with you -"]
  35. 34. ["The part I liked best was the trombone solo!"]
  36. 35. ["All right, you!"]
  37. 36. ["Before I put the pinch on..."]
  38. 37. ["I'll never feel right using tambourines in our work..."]
  39. 38. ["And when I go to the movies they keep making me..."]
  40. 39. ["Thanks for stopping by, Miss Thomas..."]
  41. 40. ["Yes, Ma'am, hammocks are on the second floor!"]
  42. 41. ["Get off that note!"]
  43. 42. ["Two eggs, sunny side up.."]
  44. 43. ["Thanks, Mr. Claymore – and you're pretty well stacked yourself!"]
  45. 44. ["Notice how much warmer the winters are getting..."]
  46. 45. ["But, Darling, why so much for a wedding gown?"]
  47. 46. ["Jest what bowl did you use for her haircut?"]
  48. 47. ["Forget what I told the other dudes – trot the heck out of him!"]
  49. 48. ["I thought you told me you don't believe in corporal punishment!"]
  50. 49. [“Congratulations, Comrade Olga –“]
  51. 50. ["Since Millie is definitely leaving me for you..."]
  52. 51. ["I'm afraid we're stuck till the spring thaw, Mitzi -"]
  53. 52. ["It's uncanny – everytime I make a killing at the stock market..."]
  54. 53. ["Please, Marcia – you're wrinkling my new tie!"]
  55. 54. ["Miss Riley, you look downright snakey."]
  56. 55. ["They must like him very much -"]
  57. 56. ["I appreciate your hospitality, Jake..."]
  58. 57. ["Tell you what, Bill -"]
  59. 58. ["There are three things no man but a fool would lend..."]
  60. 59. ["Junior, can't you do your chin-ups on something else..."]
  61. 60. ["Imagine George calling me a two-timer..."]
  62. 61. ["See... I told you what he'd do..."]
  63. 62. ["Captain's compliments, Miss, but would you mind..."]
  64. 63. ["Will you scram!"]
  65. 64. ["If you're a-gona get sick on me..."]
  66. 65. ["A bottle of aspirin tablets, Ed..."]
  67. 66. ["You're burning oil!"]
  68. 67. ["Ephram, I'm worried."]
  69. 68. ["He was a tall man -"]
  70. 69. ["And don't stay mad, Alice!"]
  71. 70. ["Well, I've just become the first girl to crack the four minute mile -"]
  72. 71. ["Remember, straight to the market!"]
  73. 72. ["I like you, Tom, because you're fast with the buck..."]
  74. 73. ["For girls he has a flashy flair..."]
  75. 74. ["Let's walk past the Y.M.C.A. and listen to the windows break!"]
  76. 75. ["Please dear, it's Sunday."]
  77. 76. ["Go ahead and walk home..."]
  78. 77. ["No, that doesn't quite do it either."]
  79. 78. ["You sure can twist me around your little finger, Madge!"]
  80. 79. ["Darn those low, slinky cars!"]
  81. 80. ["You planned that!"]
  82. 81. ["I feel positively buoyant!"]
  83. 82. ["Why don't you go in for a dip, Herman -"]
  84. 83. ["I'll show you why she was voted Miss Tooth-paste of 1955."]
  85. 84. ["The boss had to lay her off..."]
  86. 85. ["Frankly, I'm afraid to mix her drink!"]
  87. 86. ["This is the last time I'll ever return a lost key."]
  88. 87. ["Well, I'm off to bust that charm school..."]
  89. 88. ["Cole's goddesses were estrogen souffles..."]
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