([May] 1974)

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Hippo Dippo (Table of Contents)

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humor
Keywords
adult; giraffe; hippo; zoo

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Talk about cheating... that's my husband's girlfriend with your husband!
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humor

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You should have seen what mine hit me with!
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humor
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cavemen

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All of this, and you expect me to say something funny, too?
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Good boy, Shep!
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humor

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Oh well... a little monkey business now and then never hurt anybody.
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humor
Keywords
gorilla

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Today is turning out to be a real downer for you.
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humor

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I was streaking past the Girl's Dorm, when I heard someone shout, 'LOOK AT THE DRIP!'
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humor

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What on earth have you been feeding him that causes such blisters on the tongue?
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humor

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Come now! What could be so disheartening about spending 6 months alone on a desert island with two gorgeous gals?
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humor
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desert island

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I rubbed, yes... but not the lamp!
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Funny how it always happens to the nice guys.
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humor

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I feel like a twenty year old tonight? Do you have anyone that age available?
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A guy can't be too careful nowdays.
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humor

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I think you'd better get back to your act. They're starting to worry about you.
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Talk about your STRANGE BEDFELLOWS!
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You're awful clumsy, Soldier. That's the third time you've dropped your lighter.
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humor

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Harold doesn't show it, but he's really very shy.
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humor

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Boy, I'm glad I don't have any sex hangups!
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humor
Keywords
dungeon

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Why don't you take the rest of the day off? I've got a lot of work to do, and I can't concentrate when you wear that perfumed femme spray.
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humor

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Just think... I'm not a virgin any more, again!
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Mamie, there's something I've been meaning to tell you...
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humor

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Tell your boss next time he sends a boy for a man's job, to make sure he has the tool for it!
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I blame the big oil companies... it was the gas shortage that made me ride that crowded bus.
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Indexer Notes

Signature cut off as just 'leman'.

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You'll have to excuse the doctor's methods... he paid his way through Medical School by working in a garage.
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humor

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Now that I've completed my Business Administration course... how'd you like to be the first to give me the business?
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humor

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This is my first day. What's that little thing called?
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I'll bet them city women don't have to tidy up after their husbands all the time!
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I'm sorry, miss, but you're still going to have to step back a little more.
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As a matter of fact, yes, I WAS doing something that couldn't wait.
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Sure, I'll tell you all about my date tonight. Any particular one?
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You can have the wrapper... I'll take the contents.
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humor

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Hope you folks don't mind doubling up. We have four conventions in town.
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Well, Dad, you wouldn't want me to get old without memories, would you?
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I hope you don't mind, Miss... I'm trying to kick the rape habit.
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It's from my wife. I'm afraid she suspects what we've been doing.
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humor
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desert isle

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George, darling... is it because I bought that vibrator?
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humor
Keywords
inflatable doll

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What is it , Gloria? Too tired again?
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I just LOVE swallowing the seamen...
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humor
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African natives; cannibal

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Boy, was that great! Here's your movie money back.
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I know an elephant never forgets... but it's your word against mine!
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humor
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circus; elephant

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My big brother gets lazier every day.
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This one costs more, because Lorrie Benson is backed up against it on the other side.
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My charge is $20... or do you demand your free rights as a neighbor?
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I knew you weren't getting much when I looked under the bed and saw no broken springs.
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Those virility pills you gave me really worked fast, Doc... sorry about the little episode with your wife in the Waiting Room!
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I don't want you to flunk, either... stay after class, and I'll pound a little learning into your head.
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Here's your pussy, like you ordered, sir!
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Do you give demonstrations?
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Tomorrow's a school day, Susan... better send your boyfriend home.
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Wait a minute, dear... on second thought I might be home for dinner after all.
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I was driving along, and there he stood... you've told me a jillion times to always obey the signs!
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I hope they caught their death of cold!
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Don't blame me... it wasn't my fault your time was up before YOU were!
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At least you could pretend you're... play the red 5 on the 6, dummy... interested!
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Seven inches, Madam. Anything else?
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What a gold digger! Now she's after me to spend seven skins for a motel room!
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Thanks! I've often been told, it's the one thing I do right.
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Nothing much in the mail today, Maw... just a bill from the feed store, and a new supply of toilet paper.
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Better alert the authorities... he's making a list of all the females who might have given in to him.
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I don't sell anything! Is it MY fault that being given a $10 bill makes me horny?
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How would you like it if I sniffed your chow?
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Don't spill that formula on anything cloth. Miss Dawson... it's a fabric dissolver.
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He'll never fire me... his wife wants this job.
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I can't take you on location, Boom-Boom, so my understudy will sleep here while I'm gone.
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Okay! I'll find something of my own to play with!
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Are you sure you read him the right question from your language book?
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I'm sorry, sir, but I never kiss customers. I might catch something.
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You wanta roll off for a minute, Mister? It's time for my penicillin shot.
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Brace yourself... I'm trying for an Academy Award!
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Don't be silly... of course, it's one of yours.
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How to REALLY Win Friends and Influence People.
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Remember... the better I like it the less I charge!
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I know I was out late, Uncle Stubb... but don't you think I'm getting too old to be spanked?
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spanking

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I'm giving you to Shirley... she's our DIRTY TRICKS department.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 78)

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That shows how little you care about me... coming in a dark room shooting like that! Suppose I had been on top?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 79)

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Just as I suspected... you're not totally involved!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 80)

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Yep! There's a baby in there, all right.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 81)

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I'm doing fine on my new job, Mother. Why, I've almost got the boss eating out of my hand!
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[Black Cat] (Table of Contents: 82)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 83)

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I'M sick? At least I'm not standing around staring at ME!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 84)

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It's our honeymoon and we don't want to waste a single minute!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 85)

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She's only a sex object, Mabel... you're still a helluva good housewife and cook!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 86)

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My girls are on strike, men, but the management will carry on as usual.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 87)

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Hey, Mom, how's about some of that goody pie we heard you offer Mr. Randall a while ago?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 88)

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Hello, Police Department? I'd like to report a Peeping Tom.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 89)

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I know I can make your daughter happy, sir... she's already made me prove it twice!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 90)

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Wait a minute, Sarge... we've gotta make sure she's the 'Hit & Run' nymphomaniac we're looking for.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 91)

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There'll be no charge. I'm doing my college thesis on Sexual Aberrations of the Human Male.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 92)

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No, it's not anchovy salad... my fig leaf accidentally fell in.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 93)

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But you don't even smoke! What do you want with a match?
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[Picture Your Ad Here] (Table of Contents: 94)

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What 'Indecent Exposure'? That's the bottom of my fur body suit, you dumbass.
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barber shop

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 96)

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My husband was too chicken to show up... so I'll defend my honor with my own choice of weapons.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 97)

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His father is a fire fighter.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 98)

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Here's half your money back. Buy some dandruff shampoo.
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hippie

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 99)

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Since Sneaky Gomez started breeding them Spanish Flies upstream, you see the damnedest goings-on!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 100)

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It must be a school... see how everybody hates to go in?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 101)

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And stop sticking your nose in my business!
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dog

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 102)

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I'm worried, Doc... I finally met a man I didn't like.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 103)

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You've been eating that dumb wheat germ again, Herbert!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 104)

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Well, all right... but keep him off MY half!
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Siamese twin

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 105)

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I'm told your company hires the handicapped. Well, I'm an incurable nymphomaniac.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 106)

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And stop calling me 'PIMP'. How was I to know those guys I fixed you up with would offer you money?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 107)

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I guess I can go home now... I rode out the storm.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 108)

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Got time for a quickie?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 109)

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You say your husband lost his head?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 110)

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I have some French ones in the back room.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 111)

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Doctor! Please!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 112)

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As soon as we find a policeman, we'll have that degenerate arrested. Agnes... Agnes...?
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flasher

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 113)

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And so, Ladies & Gentlemen, that concludes our special on Life In A Nudist Camp.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 114)

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My hangup is you.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 115)

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See why they fuss all the time... No diddler!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 116)

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Warden, I understand about last requests... but are you sure this thing is enough insulation?
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electric chair

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 117)

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I only knew him by his nickname...'Loverboy.'
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 118)

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I expected your stage gun to shoot blanks... but THAT THING??
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 119)

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Sis! Mom says you can quit... Dad won the lottery!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 120)

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Please, Harold, take out your gun so I can have a good look at it....
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 121)

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All right...who whistled?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 122)

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Miriam! I've been hoping for weeks to get a chance to offer you a seat!
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nudist camp

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 123)

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A funny thing happened to me on the way to the Queen's bedroom...
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 124)

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Miss Curleekock! I thought you had given up skiing!
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skiing

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 125)

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Not only a historical first, but a barrel of fun as well!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 126)

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Have you noticed about these women? They never wear their stoppers poking out like the men do.
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humor
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aliens; ufo

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 127)

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A buck forty nine for franks! Thank hevvins for the vibrator!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 128)

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Whose idea was it to open a Nudist Ranch in North Dakota?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 129)

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Other than that, Granp's only pleasure is an occasional glass of port.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 130)

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Never mind how we got in this mess... just help us get out of it!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 131)

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I'd like to rent a bathing suit...FAST!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 132)

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Please, Vampira, it's only an expression... everybody says 'BITE MY BUTT' when they fight!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 133)

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I told you a million times at rehearsal... when I say you may kiss the bride, that means on the mouth!
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wedding

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 134)

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It ain't ILLICIT, Parson... our Paw and Maw are married!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 135)

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Hello? Acme Dog Obedience School...?
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[Love Again] (Table of Contents: 136)

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[R. S. + S. M.] (Table of Contents: 137)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 138)

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What's the good of knowing how long they are, soft?
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[S. S. Queen Leroy] (Table of Contents: 139)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 140)

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You nibbled, sir?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 141)

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You sure picked a hell of a time to wake up!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 142)

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We don't want any dropouts in this class, Peter. Button up!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 143)

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Are you a square shooter?
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[Painter Uses His Imagination] (Table of Contents: 144)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 145)

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He pinched me... occupational hazard or not, I'm gonna slug him!
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stewardess

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 146)

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You'll meet a tall dark stranger... walk on by, he's from the Vice Squad.
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fortune teller

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I'm sorry, lady... I thought his generation would find things loosened up.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 148)

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Nurse Beck! That is NOT how we assist a patient in his bath!
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[If Your Lost...] (Table of Contents: 149)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 150)

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Are you ready to get at those nasty old repressions, Miss Burdette?
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Congratulations, sweetie... I think you've just become engaged.
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You know darn well that isn't what it means.
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[Big Sale!] (Table of Contents: 153)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 154)

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Hitch her skirt a little higher, Luke... we don't want this shot to look posed.
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hillbilly

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 155)

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It's becoming obvious to me, Ralph... you're nothing but a dambed alcholic!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 156)

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I don't mind sharing my apartment with you, Elsie, but my clothes...
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[Bra Hanging Out of a Window] (Table of Contents: 157)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 158)

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Yeah, heh, heh... with the boss away, I'm handling EVERYTHING he used to take care of.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 159)

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I just came over to let you know that if you want us to make up, you're gonna have to make the first move!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 160)

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And you call yourself one of Big Burg's Finest!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 161)

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Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall... who's the firmest of them all?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 162)

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What do you mean, you have a headache? Who do you think you're talking to... your husband?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 163)

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If you think THAT'S bad, wait until you try to scratch your ass.
Genre
humor
Keywords
astronaut; spacesuit

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 164)

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And where have you fugged before?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 165)

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Who the hell are you calling a HORSE'S ASS?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 166)

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You heard me... I said I have to tinkle!
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water skiing

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 167)

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I knew your Cousin Lola wouldn't work out as a chaperone!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 168)

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You call THAT taking the drudgery out of housework?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 169)

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John... you're holding up the ceremony!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 170)

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Bre'r Rabbit, you falls for that Tar Baby trick every time!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 171)

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How am I supposed to make a living, when you gals reveal everything FREE?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 172)

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Say, Hank... what does the Grand Jury do with these chicks they keep sending us for?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 173)

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From this viewpoint, I'd definitely say he's the BIG NUTTY type...
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 174)

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I'll bet you could finish me off in a few quick strokes if you wanted to.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 175)

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You're not only a MAD scientist, you're also a stupid one.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 176)

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Did THAT take your mind off the crab grass, honey?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 177)

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I'm not really in the mood, but if that's all you've got, I guess I can handle it.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 178)

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That was grand, Miss Susan. But when I said I wanted a good layer, I meant a hen.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 179)

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You take it, Clem... you're closest.
Genre
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hillbilly

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 180)

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I was thinking along those lines myself, honey!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 181)

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You're asking how I feel about things? Why not bring your thing inside and find out?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 182)

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I've discovered a great new aphrodisiac... I sprinkle a little of this in her drink, and she gets horny as a hoot owl!
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Sure nice meeting you, Mrs. Martin. I broke my glasses, but I hear you're a looker.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 184)

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You don't mind being paid in Confederate money, do you, ma'am?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 185)

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Dammit, Milton, go drain your kidneys!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 186)

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Really? Outa that tiny crack? Did Daddy come thru there, too?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 187)

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Are you together?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 188)

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I think your wife has a boyfriend. She cut me off.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 189)

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Well, if you only wanted to ball, why did you say 'Let's get in the back seat and WRESTLE?'
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 190)

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I told my husband I was sitting up with a feverish friend.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 191)

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It gives me pretty good mileage, but the exhaust fumes are awful!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 192)

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What izzit?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 193)

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Mother told me not to fool with an electronic wizard!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 194)

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Okay, I take it back...your wife ISN'T the hottest bitch I've screwed lately!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 195)

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Who says golf is a man's game?
Genre
humor
Keywords
golf

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 196)

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I first became suspicious when he wanted to take separate honeymoons...
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 197)

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According to the cloud formation, we're passing right over the SRI Building.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 198)

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Make up your mind... they both taste the same!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 199)

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Look, fella... did it even occur to you that maybe I don't WANT to be hustled?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 200)

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Ha! Freddy Fugwell says you couldn't whip his dad, but I've seen Mama wrestle him down.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 201)

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Now I suppose we come to that part of marriage that turns my stomach just to think about it.
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[Lady with a Cactus] (Table of Contents: 202)

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Lay off the rich girls... it's got the gout.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 204)

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All right, where's the orgy?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 205)

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Do you give cold water enemas?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 206)

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Boy! When you dropped your bra, you let it ALL hang out!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 207)

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What number did you say they call this position?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 208)

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If that dark beer makes you see things, why in the hell do you drink it?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 209)

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According to my sex education book, Mister, your technique is all wrong.
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humor

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 210)

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My husband says it gives him that extra zip he needs.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 211)

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I'll be ready in a minute. Now promise you won't open your eyes.
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You hunt what you like, and I'll hunt what I like.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 213)

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Can you teach me how to overpower a broad?
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[The Thinker] (Table of Contents: 214)

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Where's this Idaho character you told me to watch out for?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 216)

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Promise me if it's a boy, you'll name him after me... I think you owe me that much!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 217)

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Okay, so you CAN take it with your. But you'd have a lot more fun with it staying here.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 218)

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Aw, let the kid take a few shots, Ruby... he thinks he can sell 'em to that porno shop down the street.
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humor

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 219)

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One swack, and your troubles are over. But me, I've still got my Income Tax Return to do.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 220)

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I gotta hand it to you, CHuck... you sure have a way with women!
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Think you could take my club tonight, baby?
Genre
humor
Keywords
caveman

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Say... she's not half bad!
Genre
humor
Keywords
circus freak; circus sideshow

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Thanks, fellas... who's first?
Genre
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Keywords
firing squad

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 224)

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Calling Dr. Katz... calling Dr. Katz... report to X-Ray!
Genre
humor
Keywords
nurse

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 225)

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Your wife just walked in... get your pants on!
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Keep your eyes open for cars coming out of the carwash.
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Pardon me, Miss... could I borrow a little hot water?
Genre
humor
Keywords
window washer

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 228)

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Would you like a ride, Mister? Only ten dollars.
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Now, dear... maybe you'd better ask Mrs. Furgs if it's ok before you start diddling her daughter.
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signature cut off

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Promise me you'll let me know if I'm going too far with you, Betty Ann...
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You know, Harriet, I think it's time you stopped picking cotton and moved up to the big house.
Genre
humor
Keywords
slavery

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Henry, if you should happen to find some caviar lying around in the next few days, DON'T EAT IT!
Genre
humor
Keywords
mermaid

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You can have him NOW, Honey!
Genre
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I'm glad you came home, dear. He isn't my type.
Genre
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Yeah, they're real... but the ones in front aren't.
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Things aren't as free as they used to be, Maggie.
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I see you're still doing the same thing you did in High School.
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I can't understand why you want to go to bed in the daytime... I sure ain't sleepy.
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Every time I come here, he shows me a new way to get in.
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This is the first time I've made it with a square dancer.
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Don't be conceited Suzie... I'm carrying a stick in my pocket.
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Take one after each intercourse. Come back Friday, and we'll see about refilling this.
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I need some more fuggin' pills.
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So THAT'S why they call it HARDCORE pornography!
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Do you have any inexpensive virgins?
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Yeah, I'm the new sword swallower. How did you know?
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Lois! Have you gone batty?
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Now wasn't that better than the back seat of your old car?
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A couple more of those and I'll be ready for anything!
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You're the coldest secretary I've had since January 28, 1960!
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I told you this stuff would only make HAIR grow!
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Want to see some neat pictures I took of you and my dad?
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Cancel that call, operator!
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See, I told you dad would like you!
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You'd have been much easier to find, Cinderella, if you'd dropped your bra instead of your shoe.
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You wouldn't DARE!
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Pilgrim; stocks

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One more kiss like that, and my head will be spinning...
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You people are really going in for that 'corn row' look now, aren't you?
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Eenie, meenie, miney...Moe?
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Thanks for the sample, Mister. Now tell me what you're selling.
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  1. 0. Hippo Dippo
  2. 1. ["Talk about cheating... that's my husband's girlfriend with your husband!"]
  3. 2. ["You should have seen what mine hit me with!"]
  4. 3. ["All of this, and you expect me to say something funny, too?"]
  5. 4. ["Good boy, Shep!"]
  6. 5. ["Oh well... a little monkey business now and then never hurt anybody."]
  7. 6. ["Today is turning out to be a real downer for you."]
  8. 7. ["I was streaking past the Girl's Dorm, when I heard someone shout, 'LOOK AT THE DRIP!'"]
  9. 8. ["What on earth have you been feeding him that causes such blisters on the tongue?"]
  10. 9. ["Come now! What could be so disheartening about spending 6 months alone on a desert island with two gorgeous gals?"]
  11. 10. ["I rubbed, yes... but not the lamp!"]
  12. 11. ["Funny how it always happens to the nice guys."]
  13. 12. ["I feel like a twenty year old tonight? Do you have anyone that age available?"]
  14. 13. ["A guy can't be too careful nowdays."]
  15. 14. ["I think you'd better get back to your act. They're starting to worry about you."]
  16. 15. ["Talk about your STRANGE BEDFELLOWS!"]
  17. 16. ["You're awful clumsy, Soldier. That's the third time you've dropped your lighter."]
  18. 17. ["Harold doesn't show it, but he's really very shy."]
  19. 18. ["Boy, I'm glad I don't have any sex hangups!"]
  20. 19. ["Why don't you take the rest of the day off? I've got a lot of work to do, and I can't concentrate when you wear that perfumed femme spray."]
  21. 20. ["Just think... I'm not a virgin any more, again!"]
  22. 21. ["Mamie, there's something I've been meaning to tell you..."]
  23. 22. ["Tell your boss next time he sends a boy for a man's job, to make sure he has the tool for it!"]
  24. 23. ["I blame the big oil companies... it was the gas shortage that made me ride that crowded bus."]
  25. 24. ["You'll have to excuse the doctor's methods... he paid his way through Medical School by working in a garage."]
  26. 25. ["Now that I've completed my Business Administration course... how'd you like to be the first to give me the business?"]
  27. 26. ["This is my first day. What's that little thing called?"]
  28. 27. ["I'll bet them city women don't have to tidy up after their husbands all the time!"]
  29. 28. ["I'm sorry, miss, but you're still going to have to step back a little more."]
  30. 29. ["As a matter of fact, yes, I WAS doing something that couldn't wait."]
  31. 30. [Supermarket]
  32. 31. ["Sure, I'll tell you all about my date tonight. Any particular one?"]
  33. 32. ["You can have the wrapper... I'll take the contents."]
  34. 33. ["Hope you folks don't mind doubling up. We have four conventions in town."]
  35. 34. ["Well, Dad, you wouldn't want me to get old without memories, would you?"]
  36. 35. ["I hope you don't mind, Miss... I'm trying to kick the rape habit."]
  37. 36. ["It's from my wife. I'm afraid she suspects what we've been doing."]
  38. 37. ["George, darling... is it because I bought that vibrator?"]
  39. 38. ["What is it , Gloria? Too tired again?"]
  40. 39. ["I just LOVE swallowing the seamen..."]
  41. 40. ["Boy, was that great! Here's your movie money back."]
  42. 41. ["I know an elephant never forgets... but it's your word against mine!"]
  43. 42. ["My big brother gets lazier every day."]
  44. 43. ["This one costs more, because Lorrie Benson is backed up against it on the other side."]
  45. 44. ["My charge is $20... or do you demand your free rights as a neighbor?"]
  46. 45. ["I knew you weren't getting much when I looked under the bed and saw no broken springs."]
  47. 46. ["Those virility pills you gave me really worked fast, Doc... sorry about the little episode with your wife in the Waiting Room!"]
  48. 47. ["I don't want you to flunk, either... stay after class, and I'll pound a little learning into your head."]
  49. 48. ["Here's your pussy, like you ordered, sir!"]
  50. 49. ["Do you give demonstrations?"]
  51. 50. ["Tomorrow's a school day, Susan... better send your boyfriend home."]
  52. 51. ["Wait a minute, dear... on second thought I might be home for dinner after all."]
  53. 52. ["I was driving along, and there he stood... you've told me a jillion times to always obey the signs!"]
  54. 53. ["I hope they caught their death of cold!"]
  55. 54. ["Don't blame me... it wasn't my fault your time was up before YOU were!"]
  56. 55. ["At least you could pretend you're... play the red 5 on the 6, dummy... interested!"]
  57. 56. ["Seven inches, Madam. Anything else?"]
  58. 57. ["What a gold digger! Now she's after me to spend seven skins for a motel room!"]
  59. 58. ["Thanks! I've often been told, it's the one thing I do right."]
  60. 59. ["Nothing much in the mail today, Maw... just a bill from the feed store, and a new supply of toilet paper."]
  61. 60. ["Better alert the authorities... he's making a list of all the females who might have given in to him."]
  62. 61. ["I don't sell anything! Is it MY fault that being given a $10 bill makes me horny?"]
  63. 62. ["How would you like it if I sniffed your chow?"]
  64. 63. [Perversion]
  65. 64. ["Don't spill that formula on anything cloth. Miss Dawson... it's a fabric dissolver."]
  66. 65. ["He'll never fire me... his wife wants this job."]
  67. 66. ["I can't take you on location, Boom-Boom, so my understudy will sleep here while I'm gone."]
  68. 67. ["Okay! I'll find something of my own to play with!"]
  69. 68. ["Are you sure you read him the right question from your language book?"]
  70. 69. ["I'm sorry, sir, but I never kiss customers. I might catch something."]
  71. 70. ["You wanta roll off for a minute, Mister? It's time for my penicillin shot."]
  72. 71. ["Brace yourself... I'm trying for an Academy Award!"]
  73. 72. ["Don't be silly... of course, it's one of yours."]
  74. 73. ["How to REALLY Win Friends and Influence People."]
  75. 74. ["Remember... the better I like it the less I charge!"]
  76. 75. ["I know I was out late, Uncle Stubb... but don't you think I'm getting too old to be spanked?"]
  77. 76. ["I'm giving you to Shirley... she's our DIRTY TRICKS department."]
  78. 77. [Toy Flashers]
  79. 78. ["That shows how little you care about me... coming in a dark room shooting like that! Suppose I had been on top?"]
  80. 79. ["Just as I suspected... you're not totally involved!"]
  81. 80. ["Yep! There's a baby in there, all right."]
  82. 81. ["I'm doing fine on my new job, Mother. Why, I've almost got the boss eating out of my hand!"]
  83. 82. [Black Cat]
  84. 83. ["I'M sick? At least I'm not standing around staring at ME!"]
  85. 84. ["It's our honeymoon and we don't want to waste a single minute!"]
  86. 85. ["She's only a sex object, Mabel... you're still a helluva good housewife and cook!"]
  87. 86. ["My girls are on strike, men, but the management will carry on as usual."]
  88. 87. ["Hey, Mom, how's about some of that goody pie we heard you offer Mr. Randall a while ago?"]
  89. 88. ["Hello, Police Department? I'd like to report a Peeping Tom."]
  90. 89. ["I know I can make your daughter happy, sir... she's already made me prove it twice!"]
  91. 90. ["Wait a minute, Sarge... we've gotta make sure she's the 'Hit & Run' nymphomaniac we're looking for."]
  92. 91. ["There'll be no charge. I'm doing my college thesis on Sexual Aberrations of the Human Male."]
  93. 92. ["No, it's not anchovy salad... my fig leaf accidentally fell in."]
  94. 93. ["But you don't even smoke! What do you want with a match?"]
  95. 94. [Picture Your Ad Here]
  96. 95. ["What 'Indecent Exposure'? That's the bottom of my fur body suit, you dumbass."]
  97. 96. ["My husband was too chicken to show up... so I'll defend my honor with my own choice of weapons."]
  98. 97. ["His father is a fire fighter."]
  99. 98. ["Here's half your money back. Buy some dandruff shampoo."]
  100. 99. ["Since Sneaky Gomez started breeding them Spanish Flies upstream, you see the damnedest goings-on!"]
  101. 100. ["It must be a school... see how everybody hates to go in?"]
  102. 101. ["And stop sticking your nose in my business!"]
  103. 102. ["I'm worried, Doc... I finally met a man I didn't like."]
  104. 103. ["You've been eating that dumb wheat germ again, Herbert!"]
  105. 104. ["Well, all right... but keep him off MY half!"]
  106. 105. ["I'm told your company hires the handicapped. Well, I'm an incurable nymphomaniac."]
  107. 106. ["And stop calling me 'PIMP'. How was I to know those guys I fixed you up with would offer you money?"]
  108. 107. ["I guess I can go home now... I rode out the storm."]
  109. 108. ["Got time for a quickie?"]
  110. 109. ["You say your husband lost his head?"]
  111. 110. ["I have some French ones in the back room."]
  112. 111. ["Doctor! Please!"]
  113. 112. ["As soon as we find a policeman, we'll have that degenerate arrested. Agnes... Agnes...?"]
  114. 113. ["And so, Ladies & Gentlemen, that concludes our special on Life In A Nudist Camp."]
  115. 114. ["My hangup is you."]
  116. 115. ["See why they fuss all the time... No diddler!"]
  117. 116. ["Warden, I understand about last requests... but are you sure this thing is enough insulation?"]
  118. 117. ["I only knew him by his nickname...'Loverboy.'"]
  119. 118. ["I expected your stage gun to shoot blanks... but THAT THING??"]
  120. 119. ["Sis! Mom says you can quit... Dad won the lottery!"]
  121. 120. ["Please, Harold, take out your gun so I can have a good look at it...."]
  122. 121. ["All right...who whistled?"]
  123. 122. ["Miriam! I've been hoping for weeks to get a chance to offer you a seat!"]
  124. 123. ["A funny thing happened to me on the way to the Queen's bedroom..."]
  125. 124. ["Miss Curleekock! I thought you had given up skiing!"]
  126. 125. ["Not only a historical first, but a barrel of fun as well!"]
  127. 126. ["Have you noticed about these women? They never wear their stoppers poking out like the men do."]
  128. 127. ["A buck forty nine for franks! Thank hevvins for the vibrator!"]
  129. 128. ["Whose idea was it to open a Nudist Ranch in North Dakota?"]
  130. 129. ["Other than that, Granp's only pleasure is an occasional glass of port."]
  131. 130. ["Never mind how we got in this mess... just help us get out of it!"]
  132. 131. ["I'd like to rent a bathing suit...FAST!"]
  133. 132. ["Please, Vampira, it's only an expression... everybody says 'BITE MY BUTT' when they fight!"]
  134. 133. ["I told you a million times at rehearsal... when I say you may kiss the bride, that means on the mouth!"]
  135. 134. ["It ain't ILLICIT, Parson... our Paw and Maw are married!"]
  136. 135. ["Hello? Acme Dog Obedience School...?"]
  137. 136. [Love Again]
  138. 137. [R. S. + S. M.]
  139. 138. ["What's the good of knowing how long they are, soft?"]
  140. 139. [S. S. Queen Leroy]
  141. 140. ["You nibbled, sir?"]
  142. 141. ["You sure picked a hell of a time to wake up!"]
  143. 142. ["We don't want any dropouts in this class, Peter. Button up!"]
  144. 143. ["Are you a square shooter?"]
  145. 144. [Painter Uses His Imagination]
  146. 145. ["He pinched me... occupational hazard or not, I'm gonna slug him!"]
  147. 146. ["You'll meet a tall dark stranger... walk on by, he's from the Vice Squad."]
  148. 147. ["I'm sorry, lady... I thought his generation would find things loosened up."]
  149. 148. ["Nurse Beck! That is NOT how we assist a patient in his bath!"]
  150. 149. [If Your Lost...]
  151. 150. ["Are you ready to get at those nasty old repressions, Miss Burdette?"]
  152. 151. ["Congratulations, sweetie... I think you've just become engaged."]
  153. 152. ["You know darn well that isn't what it means."]
  154. 153. [Big Sale!]
  155. 154. ["Hitch her skirt a little higher, Luke... we don't want this shot to look posed."]
  156. 155. ["It's becoming obvious to me, Ralph... you're nothing but a dambed alcholic!"]
  157. 156. ["I don't mind sharing my apartment with you, Elsie, but my clothes..."]
  158. 157. [Bra Hanging Out of a Window]
  159. 158. ["Yeah, heh, heh... with the boss away, I'm handling EVERYTHING he used to take care of."]
  160. 159. ["I just came over to let you know that if you want us to make up, you're gonna have to make the first move!"]
  161. 160. ["And you call yourself one of Big Burg's Finest!"]
  162. 161. ["Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall... who's the firmest of them all?"]
  163. 162. ["What do you mean, you have a headache? Who do you think you're talking to... your husband?"]
  164. 163. ["If you think THAT'S bad, wait until you try to scratch your ass."]
  165. 164. ["And where have you fugged before?"]
  166. 165. ["Who the hell are you calling a HORSE'S ASS?"]
  167. 166. ["You heard me... I said I have to tinkle!"]
  168. 167. ["I knew your Cousin Lola wouldn't work out as a chaperone!"]
  169. 168. ["You call THAT taking the drudgery out of housework?"]
  170. 169. ["John... you're holding up the ceremony!"]
  171. 170. ["Bre'r Rabbit, you falls for that Tar Baby trick every time!"]
  172. 171. ["How am I supposed to make a living, when you gals reveal everything FREE?"]
  173. 172. ["Say, Hank... what does the Grand Jury do with these chicks they keep sending us for?"]
  174. 173. ["From this viewpoint, I'd definitely say he's the BIG NUTTY type..."]
  175. 174. ["I'll bet you could finish me off in a few quick strokes if you wanted to."]
  176. 175. ["You're not only a MAD scientist, you're also a stupid one."]
  177. 176. ["Did THAT take your mind off the crab grass, honey?"]
  178. 177. ["I'm not really in the mood, but if that's all you've got, I guess I can handle it."]
  179. 178. ["That was grand, Miss Susan. But when I said I wanted a good layer, I meant a hen."]
  180. 179. ["You take it, Clem... you're closest."]
  181. 180. ["I was thinking along those lines myself, honey!"]
  182. 181. ["You're asking how I feel about things? Why not bring your thing inside and find out?"]
  183. 182. ["I've discovered a great new aphrodisiac... I sprinkle a little of this in her drink, and she gets horny as a hoot owl!"]
  184. 183. ["Sure nice meeting you, Mrs. Martin. I broke my glasses, but I hear you're a looker."]
  185. 184. ["You don't mind being paid in Confederate money, do you, ma'am?"]
  186. 185. ["Dammit, Milton, go drain your kidneys!"]
  187. 186. ["Really? Outa that tiny crack? Did Daddy come thru there, too?"]
  188. 187. ["Are you together?"]
  189. 188. ["I think your wife has a boyfriend. She cut me off."]
  190. 189. ["Well, if you only wanted to ball, why did you say 'Let's get in the back seat and WRESTLE?'"]
  191. 190. ["I told my husband I was sitting up with a feverish friend."]
  192. 191. ["It gives me pretty good mileage, but the exhaust fumes are awful!"]
  193. 192. ["What izzit?"]
  194. 193. ["Mother told me not to fool with an electronic wizard!"]
  195. 194. ["Okay, I take it back...your wife ISN'T the hottest bitch I've screwed lately!"]
  196. 195. ["Who says golf is a man's game?"]
  197. 196. ["I first became suspicious when he wanted to take separate honeymoons..."]
  198. 197. ["According to the cloud formation, we're passing right over the SRI Building."]
  199. 198. ["Make up your mind... they both taste the same!"]
  200. 199. ["Look, fella... did it even occur to you that maybe I don't WANT to be hustled?"]
  201. 200. ["Ha! Freddy Fugwell says you couldn't whip his dad, but I've seen Mama wrestle him down."]
  202. 201. ["Now I suppose we come to that part of marriage that turns my stomach just to think about it."]
  203. 202. [Lady with a Cactus]
  204. 203. ["Lay off the rich girls... it's got the gout."]
  205. 204. ["All right, where's the orgy?"]
  206. 205. ["Do you give cold water enemas?"]
  207. 206. ["Boy! When you dropped your bra, you let it ALL hang out!"]
  208. 207. ["What number did you say they call this position?"]
  209. 208. ["If that dark beer makes you see things, why in the hell do you drink it?"]
  210. 209. ["According to my sex education book, Mister, your technique is all wrong."]
  211. 210. ["My husband says it gives him that extra zip he needs."]
  212. 211. ["I'll be ready in a minute. Now promise you won't open your eyes."]
  213. 212. ["You hunt what you like, and I'll hunt what I like."]
  214. 213. ["Can you teach me how to overpower a broad?"]
  215. 214. [The Thinker]
  216. 215. ["Where's this Idaho character you told me to watch out for?"]
  217. 216. ["Promise me if it's a boy, you'll name him after me... I think you owe me that much!"]
  218. 217. ["Okay, so you CAN take it with your. But you'd have a lot more fun with it staying here."]
  219. 218. ["Aw, let the kid take a few shots, Ruby... he thinks he can sell 'em to that porno shop down the street."]
  220. 219. ["One swack, and your troubles are over. But me, I've still got my Income Tax Return to do."]
  221. 220. ["I gotta hand it to you, CHuck... you sure have a way with women!"]
  222. 221. ["Think you could take my club tonight, baby?"]
  223. 222. ["Say... she's not half bad!"]
  224. 223. ["Thanks, fellas... who's first?"]
  225. 224. ["Calling Dr. Katz... calling Dr. Katz... report to X-Ray!"]
  226. 225. ["Your wife just walked in... get your pants on!"]
  227. 226. ["Keep your eyes open for cars coming out of the carwash."]
  228. 227. ["Pardon me, Miss... could I borrow a little hot water?"]
  229. 228. ["Would you like a ride, Mister? Only ten dollars."]
  230. 229. ["Now, dear... maybe you'd better ask Mrs. Furgs if it's ok before you start diddling her daughter."]
  231. 230. ["Promise me you'll let me know if I'm going too far with you, Betty Ann..."]
  232. 231. ["You know, Harriet, I think it's time you stopped picking cotton and moved up to the big house."]
  233. 232. ["Henry, if you should happen to find some caviar lying around in the next few days, DON'T EAT IT!"]
  234. 233. ["You can have him NOW, Honey!"]
  235. 234. ["I'm glad you came home, dear. He isn't my type."]
  236. 235. ["Yeah, they're real... but the ones in front aren't."]
  237. 236. ["Of course, we didn't 'FORNICATE' silly... I just gave him a little poontang."]
  238. 237. ["I'm getting a cramp. Haven't you seen enough to pass that silly Gynecology Exam yet?"]
  239. 238. ["Didn't you know we gays are allowed to marry now?"]
  240. 239. ["Things aren't as free as they used to be, Maggie."]
  241. 240. ["I see you're still doing the same thing you did in High School."]
  242. 241. ["I can't understand why you want to go to bed in the daytime... I sure ain't sleepy."]
  243. 242. ["The marriage counselor was right... working off aggressive tendencies IS better than maintaining a polite truce!"]
  244. 243. ["Every time I come here, he shows me a new way to get in."]
  245. 244. ["This is the first time I've made it with a square dancer."]
  246. 245. ["A guy could burn up before he gets the lotion outa these damb tubes!"]
  247. 246. ["I'm afraid I'm a little late for my appointment."]
  248. 247. ["Don't be conceited Suzie... I'm carrying a stick in my pocket."]
  249. 248. ["Take one after each intercourse. Come back Friday, and we'll see about refilling this."]
  250. 249. ["Don't worry, honey, you wouldn't be normal if WEREN'T BIT YOU A JUST LITTLE NERVOUS..."]
  251. 250. ["When will you yokels learn? Douche kills germs, not sperms!"]
  252. 251. ["I need some more fuggin' pills."]
  253. 252. ["So THAT'S why they call it HARDCORE pornography!"]
  254. 253. ["Well, what did you expect... a cherry tree?"]
  255. 254. ["Do you have any inexpensive virgins?"]
  256. 255. ["Yeah, I'm the new sword swallower. How did you know?"]
  257. 256. ["Lois! Have you gone batty?"]
  258. 257. ["I hope they have a long intermission. It'll take a while for my seat to dry."]
  259. 258. ["Now wasn't that better than the back seat of your old car?"]
  260. 259. ["At least you've got the bread... if not the meat to go with it."]
  261. 260. ["And to add insult to injury, my own wife is taking the Pill."]
  262. 261. ["A couple more of those and I'll be ready for anything!"]
  263. 262. ["You're the coldest secretary I've had since January 28, 1960!"]
  264. 263. ["I told you this stuff would only make HAIR grow!"]
  265. 264. ["My mother keeps asking how I get my books past you censors."]
  266. 265. [Stud's Wrestling School]
  267. 266. ["Here, here... keep your 20/30 eyes off her!"]
  268. 267. ["Want to see some neat pictures I took of you and my dad?"]
  269. 268. ["Cancel that call, operator!"]
  270. 269. [Schnapps on Tap]
  271. 270. ["Now you've put your foot in it, Stupid!"]
  272. 271. ["See, I told you dad would like you!"]
  273. 272. ["You'd have been much easier to find, Cinderella, if you'd dropped your bra instead of your shoe."]
  274. 273. ["You wouldn't DARE!"]
  275. 274. ["One more kiss like that, and my head will be spinning..."]
  276. 275. ["You people are really going in for that 'corn row' look now, aren't you?"]
  277. 276. ["Eenie, meenie, miney...Moe?"]
  278. 277. ["Thanks for the sample, Mister. Now tell me what you're selling."]
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