([November] 1975)

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Volume
71
Price
1.25 USD
Pages
68
Indicia Frequency
12 new books each year
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
S.R.I. Publishing Co.
Editing
Dick Rodman (editor); Goose Reardon (associate editor); Ken Idaho (associate editor)

Yummy Dummy (Table of Contents)

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Pierre Davis (signed as Pierre) (painting)
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Pierre Davis (signed as Pierre) (painting)

Genre
humor
Keywords
adult

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Bill Wenzel (signed as Wenzel)
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Oh good, you're home! Come help me find the bug in Mr. Sneakypete's ear.
Genre
humor

Indexer Notes

Inside front cover.

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Manure for Sale
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Snowjob (Table of Contents: 3)

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...little brown jugs, how I love thee...
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humor

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Seymour! Put on your glasses!
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humor

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And $89.95 for a new mattress...
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humor

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Hey, Mister, you want a real good beaver shot?
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humor

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You right sure all the months are there, Henry?
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humor

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I'll bet my wife is over there bragging about other men she's known.
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I've decided to wear a fake mustache to the masquerade.
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humor

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Would it bother you two if I turned on Sesame Street?
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Oh, Mr. Dangool...
Genre
humor
Keywords
mistletoe

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But, sis, you're going to make me a monkey's uncle!
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humor

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He's right! I can't read it either! That's the last time I let you write the hold-up note!
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humor
Keywords
bank robbery

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Another story book romance... after the climax came the falling-off action.
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Some people sure have their nerve!
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Fifty bucks a night figures out at 37 cents for five minutes, which is all I need.
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humor

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Hiya, honey... introduce me to your two friends.
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Missed your last train... what a shame... no, I won't be scared sleeping alone, dear.
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humor

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Ever have something you ate disagree with you?
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humor

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3 months and 2 weeks of foreplay is enough, Miss Vickson.
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humor

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Your wife is waiting around the corner... can I borrow ten bucks?
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humor

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Elton doesn't smoke or drink. Two out of three ain't bad.
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humor

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My cool little mind says no, no, no... but my hot little body says go, go, go!
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humor

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Don't slide, Mitzi... don't slide!
Genre
humor
Keywords
baseball; nudist colony

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Earl Engleman (signed as Engleman)
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I like the way you're shaping up.
Genre
humor

Indexer Notes

Signature is probably the standard Earl Engleman signature of 'Engleman' that got cut off to 'leman' when the cartoon was cropped for publication.

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Psst... may I have this dance? Pass it on.
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humor

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That's what I get for marrying a twin... can't tell you two apart.
Genre
humor

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Whooops! Did you see my wig come sailing in there?
Genre
humor

Indexer Notes

Signature partially cut off.

Do Your Own Thing (Table of Contents: 30)

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I know it's late... but I'll only be in a minute.
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I still think she wanted something.
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humor

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How about trying Irma, here? Sally's in dry dock for nine months.
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humor

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Thanks, Mister... most men wouldn't go out of their way to save a gay guy!
Genre
humor
Keywords
desert isle

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You kids got it too easy these days. When I was your age, I had to trudge six miles through the snow to a whore house.
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Bulls Eye (Table of Contents: 36)

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Honeymoon fatigue.
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King me, you fool!
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humor

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He gave her a diamond necklace for a wedding present. She gave him a gallon of Vitamin E and a box of starch.
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humor

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You mean men have erogenous zones, too?
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humor

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Dammit, I'm simply NOT a one man woman!
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desert isle

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Sorry, fella. With me, only money talks.
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Funny thing about this babe... she keeps comin' back to be frisked, but she ain't boarded a plane yet.
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So what if you're the principal's daughter? I'm not trying to get in your father's pants.
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Aaah choo!
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You'll find we're quite an informal little group.
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Man...quit bugging me for a piece.
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No, but it's my first time on a lean-to.
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You said she was going to help you plant your root!
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I can't help it, I was a child for nearly 15 years and I've only been a woman 5 minutes.
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Now that we're in the book, what do we do next?
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Crapped again.
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Where did you phone from, dear? That was a very close call.
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Some days you just can't make a buck.
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I'm not fussy about how you dress... just don't cover up all of the good parts.
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Be patient, Lester... I'm just priming the pump.
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Now... ten dollars says you can't buck me off again!
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This was supposed to be your mother's job.
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Getting there is half the fun.
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Book lists work by both Chuck Miller and Jack Miller, it is probably one of these two.

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Look, Snow White, you can't be the fairest one of all forever!
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Talk about a hang-up...
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nudist camp

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Oh, nothing... just sitting here playing with myself.
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Careful, Gerald... we still have a three day waiting period!
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humor

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My boyfriend took it rather well, but my husband is furious.
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humor

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But ma'am, he's not the guilty party. It's that fat bastard in the other room.
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I'll bet you thought I couldn't get it up...
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humor
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flying carpet

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Now tell your husband that's what I'll do if I ever catch him fooling around with my wife.
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Brucy, does this mean I'll never be a grandmother!
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Eenie... meenie... miney... WHOA!
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We're getting near the ocean... smell that fishy scent?
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humor

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Hmmm... that's funny... who'd be using a flashlight in the bank at this time of night?
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Harry, quit clowning around... Harry.. HARRY!
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That one has plumbing.
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If my hand bothers you, let me know and I'll replace it...
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humor

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Sorry, doctor... that one slipped out.
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Three girls, Sam? What're you gonna do, slip 'em one inch apiece?
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I'm through being cheated... either he goes or I quit paying your stud bills at the massage parlor!
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You British keep more than a stiff upper lip, don't you?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 79)

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Something's binding. I think I have Shortie's shorts on.
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humor
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swingers

[Tall Mens Shop] (Table of Contents: 80)

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Sure I can touch my toes without bending my knees. Watch.
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humor
Keywords
nudist camp

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 82)

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I just inhaled your ring.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 83)

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Can four play foreplay?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 84)

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Who's the new guy?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 85)

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Now I know why they call you people BEDouins...
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 86)

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My 'OOOOOH--OOOOOOOH--OOOOOOOOH---AHHHH!' muscles are sore!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 87)

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If you think my hair feels silky soft, wait till you've rubbed my pussy.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 88)

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I'll sure be glad when you get over those darn hiccups!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 89)

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Write up that student loan for Miss Betty Diddit.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 90)

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I say, Cogswell, old boy! I have a splendid suggestion!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 91)

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NOW I'm that kind of girl!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 92)

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About our date tonight... I've got some bad news.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 93)

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Never mind who he is! Just don't lose his trail!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 94)

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Don't be fooled if he offers you a 'princely sum' to sleep with him... his allowance is only three shillings a week.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 95)

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For ladies only... what's izzit?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 96)

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Am I coming on too strong, Emily?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 97)

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I appreciate your call, but I've given up baby sitting as a way to make extra money.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 98)

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No... I don't give head!
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humor
Keywords
shrunken heads

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

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Honey, come quick! There's a streaker on our balcony!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 100)

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How appropriate... she has mosquito netting over her mosquito bites.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 101)

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I have so let you get on top before! Remember the time it rained at the company picnic?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 102)

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I lost him when I turned out the lights. He's afraid of the dark.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 103)

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And they said musical movies would no longer draw crowds.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 104)

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How about giving this fellow a turn? I'm all petered out...
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[Slipper When Wet] (Table of Contents: 105)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 106)

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Golly, Bessy... you really churn me on.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 107)

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Boy, what a party! I don't remember a thing after 10:30!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 108)

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But that's not my lover, Stupid... he only stumbled in here by accident!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 109)

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I think part of our trouble, dear, is that your standards are higher than mine.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 110)

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Family reunion.
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[Circle Jerk] (Table of Contents: 111)

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Who's the dame? And don't insult me by asking which one I mean.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 113)

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Come now, Miss Fox... everyone has their price.
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Signature is partially cut off.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 114)

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I always feel as if he sees right through me!
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humor
Keywords
nudist camp

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 115)

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All right, out with it, Spot! How did those fleas get in there?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 116)

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Tell me, Donald...do you think you're seeing too much of me?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 117)

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Are you busy tonight? My dog's in heat, and I'm afraid it's contagious.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 118)

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Don't worry about my wife. She's a free-thinking Australian girl.
Genre
humor
Keywords
boomerang

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 119)

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It's hard to believe now, Clem, but 50 years ago I couldn't get enough of that one.
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It sure was sweet of you to invite me to spend the night.
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humor

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 122)

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Look, Dad, you refused to loan me the car. At least let us have the couch to ourselves.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 123)

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That's no excuse, Chickie... hens don't get hemorrhoids!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 124)

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Fetch!
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Oops! There goes my gum!
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I am the ghost of Christmas past.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 127)

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If it wasn't for the kids... I'd stay longer.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 128)

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I found out I'm not really pregnant, but don't feel bad. It wouldn't have been yours, anyhow.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 129)

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I had a little accident back on the slopes. That condom you gave me broke.
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humor
Keywords
skiing

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 130)

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The love is free. Rent on the bed is $20.
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That was quite a kiss... I hope you couldn't tell I had garlic soup for lunch.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 132)

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Now Marilyn and I know why people sleep together.
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Get rid of this sign, or there's a good chance you'll be joining us.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 134)

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And now, Miss Swayem will insert a plug for the Free Love Society...
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 135)

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See if Francine's upstairs... it's her time of month tonight.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 136)

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If that's your navel you're contemplating, I'll eat it!
Genre
humor
Keywords
yoga

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 137)

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My being here was no mere coincidence... I make my biggest sales during low tide in an oil slick.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 138)

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It's just an old pair of false eyelashes.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 139)

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And this is the present Countess.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 140)

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What was I doing on the night of the 25th? Get your pants off, and I'll show you.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 141)

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It was self defense, Sheriff... she forced me to shoot.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 142)

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They told me they were digging an underground bomb shelter.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 143)

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My mother never said I shouldn't go to bed with TWO fellows!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 144)

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We can't go on like this, Hon... you kick the roof off every time you get your jollies!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 145)

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You told me to put out a spread the Indians would enjoy!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 146)

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You're gonna have to talk to your husband. Three times this week, he's taken my parking place.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 147)

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Who's that other baby-sitter we had, Dear? Peggy is pregnant and her mom won't let me use her anymore.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 148)

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You'll notice they match your panties real well, too.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 149)

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Relax. They'll be back when he finds out she hates sex.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 150)

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Look at the cartoon on the upper right hand corner on page 49... I'll do that to you tonight!
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My husband's lousy in bed, isn't he?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 152)

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Be careful, Marie... Cousin Toadley has escaped from the attic again.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 153)

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Let's go slumming.
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What's this I hear about you telling everyone I'm a nyphomaniac?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 155)

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Good news, honey... I'm not frigid, after all!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 156)

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It certainly doesn't take much to make you happy, Mr. Murdock...
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Maybe I put my rubber on the wrong foot one night.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 158)

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Why not let me take that off your hands?
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Douche? What's a douche?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 160)

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Don't get mad, but I have to go now, darling. My husband would worry.
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Dammit, Gertrude, must you watch every move I make?
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I knew you were kidding about the diamond watch, so I got what you really wanted.
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Your bride's other uncles and me figured you could use this spoke tightenin' gunk...
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You're damb right it looks dumb... men pay more if they think you're inexperienced.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 165)

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I will... I won't... I... stop worrying! I counted the petals before I started.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 166)

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Look, Sweetheart... our house rules are so strict even the paper boy can't solicit here.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 167)

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What izzit?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 168)

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No use trying to hide, Titania... you won't be hard to find!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 169)

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I think I'll have a boiled weenie tonight.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 170)

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Suppose you DID fire me, Milady... me and his Lordship would meet somewhere else, and YOU would be without maid service!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 171)

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I guess it boils down to this, Big Daddy... either I get the mink or your wife gets 50% of the community assets!
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Outlaw Saturday night specials
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Try to get something with music... you could use some rhythm.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 174)

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No, the potty's to the left. This is my bedroom.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 175)

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The rest of my wives don't understand me.
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How long before I can run my fingers through your hair again, dear?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 177)

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You're forgetting your place, peasant... I said position seventeen!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 178)

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Then after the creamed potittie soup, I'll have breast of chicken with asparagus tits...
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Stop worrying. If Jacques Cousteau was watching, there'd be cameras everywhere.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 180)

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I can't say who told me you were a swinger. We newsmen must protect our sources.
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Johnny, I'm so glad you're married and will settle down with just one girl.
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To celebrate the Bi-Centenial, let's do it 200 times.
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The part I liked best was the one that Dirty Old Man showed me.
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You think you have problems?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 185)

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Is there always that much recoil when you're on top?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 186)

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You're thirteen, Emmy! You don't want to be a virgin ALL your life, do ya?
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I'm sorry, ladies... I can't hear a word you're saying.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 188)

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It's nice, but don't you think I'm a little old for play houses, Uncle Bill?
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That's the last time I make love in a vibrating chair!
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What a breathtaking view!
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I never saw such concern. Every doctor in the hospital has come to see me.
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Five times! And they said it wouldn't last.
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What's he got to hide? Nothing... that's why he hides it.
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Does she have any definite hours, Madame, or can she come and go as she pleases?
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Oh, just a little honkey panky. Whom are you doing?
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Whoever he was, I wish we'd met sooner.
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I don't know if you're a mirage or not, Mister, but I'm gonna call your bluff!
Genre
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Keywords
cactus

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 199)

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Never mind who he is! Who said you could bring that elephant into our bedroom?
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Mom was right! Smoking stunts your growth!
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I don't care how it tastes... there's no such thing as Schlitz-On-A-Schingle!
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Well, well, speak of the devil. Hello, dear.
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No, no, no Sherry... when I said 'forever hold your peace,' I meant...
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Some birthday! Is that all you brought me?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 205)

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How can we be uninhibited in a town that's uninhabited?
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It worked.
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Mind turning over? I'd like to play the flip side.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 208)

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I think Johnny should get the pick of the litter, Dad. He's Barfy's favorite stud.
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What do you mean, your wife doesn't understand you? I'm your wife, and I read you loud and clear!
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But, dear... you're not supposed to see the bride before the wedding!
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Aha!
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I don't know about talent... but you have fantastic balance!
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You're slightly overweight, so I'll help you knock off a piece.
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When I heard you were a crumby lover, I was afraid they meant literally.
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Good evening, Sir, I'm working my way across.
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My dad's gets bigger than your dad's!
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Now you stay hidden until Mother finds out just what these men have on their minds.
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humor
Keywords
desert isle

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I helped a student with his biology project, and he left me to finish it alone.
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I'm so happy I was able to come on your famous ride, Paul!
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Paul Revere

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Welcome to my rump... rump... rumpus room!
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Now that we've learned to communicate, all you ever say is 'Let's...'
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 222)

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Yeah, I know where I been... out drinking and whoring around.
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If you're stuck for something to do later, just holler... my Missus and I'll come over and teach you some tricks.
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Oh, hello, dear... I was only trying to show this idiot what he missed by not marrying me.
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[Hello Sexy] (Table of Contents: 225)

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echo

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 226)

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In case anyone asks... what do you call what we did?
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Yes, I have a request. Butt out while we get with it.
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When Mr. Crawford says 'clear your desk for action,' he doesn't mean typing!
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Yeah, I know... and you're under arrest.
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I didn't mean to go down that far, Agnes!
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If you've got the hose, I've got the clamp for it.
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C'mere, Ricky... I think I found your pet squirrel.
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Why don't we eat out for a change?
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Watch it, Buster... the last guy who tried that got eaten alive!
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Let's hibernate one winter before we decide on marriage!
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Uh oh, there's my wife. Act like you're talking to someone else.
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Sit on the two-holer, Gail... I've got lots to tell you!
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Mom will be down in a minute, Dad... and so will Uncle Bob's thing.
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You advertised for a girl to share your apartment. Will you accept a reasonably exact facsimile?
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I got tired of wearing hip huggers all the time.
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Don't try to pin that on me... I hit you in the head, not the stomach.
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Can you make it some other night, Mom? We're expecting another couple any minute.
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I'd like to ask for your daughter's hand, Sir. I want to tie up the loose ends before our baby is born.
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You're not still mad over a little thing like that, are you?
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Roll over again... no, Gloria, not you.
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My husband says if 'Gun Control' means no more shotgun weddings, he'll vote yes.
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Of course, it felt roomy... in your case anything would!
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For the last time, Mom, can't you do this on somebody's else's beat?
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Time to change the quads, eh?
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Here comes my brother's keeper.
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How come you never meet me at the bus stop like the other guys' wives?
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Gee, when I asked how your hammer was hanging, I never dreamed I'd get nailed.
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It's two thirty in the morning... you two about had your minimum daily requirements.
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That's nothing, Sally. You should've seen it before I got the milking machine!
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Here's the place... I hope my wife is alone.
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Isn't it refreshing, how the younger generation has dropped all pretenses?
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I've stopped seeing Elsie. She refused to shave.
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Let me know if you find this next act shocking!
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Yes, I still have the old crib and baby carriage. Why?
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I heard you tossing and turning. This hot chocolate will help you sleep.
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No wonder your wife doesn't understand you... how can a woman understand what she can't even see?
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Please don't bother to get up.
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I estimate I could top that during my coffee break for about 20 bucks!
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But, Uncle Luke... I haven't had a new dress since I was 4 years old!
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Hi, neighbor... you wouldn't happen to have a light bulb that needs changing over there, would you?
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Well, I admit I have never seen this side of it!
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And just what is that prize you're giving for having the biggest knockers in camp?
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Dammit, Harry, can't you be a better sport about paying my alimony?
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You wanted to see me, Sir Smedley?
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I'm saving my pit until I get married.
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Momma told me about guys like you. It took me six years to find one.
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I just finished decorating my joint for the holidays!
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But the poor old geezer lives there all alone... why not brighten up his outlook a little?
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I hope you won't think I'm an easy lay just because I take birth control pills, stranger.
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Remember... next week, our house!
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It's the good things in life I love, like the sound of unfolding money!
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After a hard day at the office, it's still decisions, decisions...
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Hey, that's neat, Mister... you wanta see mine?
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That's not bleeding piles, Miss Lezbun...it's lipstick.
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To prove that I'm not a male chauvinist pig, I'll let you pay me.
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Wow! Look at this month's centerfold!
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How'd you like to swim up the river with a stud like that?
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Are you really the 'draggin' lady?
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I won't keep her out late... I'm a very fast worker.
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Table of Contents
  1. 0. Yummy Dummy
  2. 1. ["Oh good, you're home! Come help me find the bug in Mr. Sneakypete's ear."]
  3. 2. ["Manure for Sale"]
  4. 3. Snowjob
  5. 4. ["...little brown jugs, how I love thee..."]
  6. 5. ["Seymour! Put on your glasses!"]
  7. 6. ["And $89.95 for a new mattress..."]
  8. 7. ["Hey, Mister, you want a real good beaver shot?"]
  9. 8. ["You right sure all the months are there, Henry?"]
  10. 9. ["I'll bet my wife is over there bragging about other men she's known."]
  11. 10. ["I've decided to wear a fake mustache to the masquerade."]
  12. 11. ["Would it bother you two if I turned on Sesame Street?"]
  13. 12. ["Oh, Mr. Dangool..."]
  14. 13. ["But, sis, you're going to make me a monkey's uncle!"]
  15. 14. ["He's right! I can't read it either! That's the last time I let you write the hold-up note!"]
  16. 15. ["Another story book romance... after the climax came the falling-off action."]
  17. 16. ["Some people sure have their nerve!"]
  18. 17. ["Fifty bucks a night figures out at 37 cents for five minutes, which is all I need."]
  19. 18. ["Hiya, honey... introduce me to your two friends."]
  20. 19. ["Missed your last train... what a shame... no, I won't be scared sleeping alone, dear."]
  21. 20. ["Ever have something you ate disagree with you?"]
  22. 21. ["3 months and 2 weeks of foreplay is enough, Miss Vickson."]
  23. 22. ["Your wife is waiting around the corner... can I borrow ten bucks?"]
  24. 23. ["Elton doesn't smoke or drink. Two out of three ain't bad."]
  25. 24. ["My cool little mind says no, no, no... but my hot little body says go, go, go!"]
  26. 25. ["Don't slide, Mitzi... don't slide!"]
  27. 26. ["I like the way you're shaping up."]
  28. 27. ["Psst... may I have this dance? Pass it on."]
  29. 28. ["That's what I get for marrying a twin... can't tell you two apart."]
  30. 29. ["Whooops! Did you see my wig come sailing in there?"]
  31. 30. Do Your Own Thing
  32. 31. ["I know it's late... but I'll only be in a minute."]
  33. 32. ["I still think she wanted something."]
  34. 33. ["How about trying Irma, here? Sally's in dry dock for nine months."]
  35. 34. ["Thanks, Mister... most men wouldn't go out of their way to save a gay guy!"]
  36. 35. ["You kids got it too easy these days. When I was your age, I had to trudge six miles through the snow to a whore house."]
  37. 36. Bulls Eye
  38. 37. ["Honeymoon fatigue."]
  39. 38. ["King me, you fool!"]
  40. 39. ["He gave her a diamond necklace for a wedding present. She gave him a gallon of Vitamin E and a box of starch."]
  41. 40. ["You mean men have erogenous zones, too?"]
  42. 41. ["Dammit, I'm simply NOT a one man woman!"]
  43. 42. ["Sorry, fella. With me, only money talks."]
  44. 43. ["Funny thing about this babe... she keeps comin' back to be frisked, but she ain't boarded a plane yet."]
  45. 44. ["So what if you're the principal's daughter? I'm not trying to get in your father's pants."]
  46. 45. ["Aaah choo!"]
  47. 46. ["You'll find we're quite an informal little group."]
  48. 47. ["Man...quit bugging me for a piece."]
  49. 48. ["No, but it's my first time on a lean-to."]
  50. 49. ["You said she was going to help you plant your root!"]
  51. 50. ["I can't help it, I was a child for nearly 15 years and I've only been a woman 5 minutes."]
  52. 51. ["Now that we're in the book, what do we do next?"]
  53. 52. ["Crapped again."]
  54. 53. ["Where did you phone from, dear? That was a very close call."]
  55. 54. ["Some days you just can't make a buck."]
  56. 55. ["I'm not fussy about how you dress... just don't cover up all of the good parts."]
  57. 56. ["Be patient, Lester... I'm just priming the pump."]
  58. 57. ["Now... ten dollars says you can't buck me off again!"]
  59. 58. ["This was supposed to be your mother's job."]
  60. 59. ["Getting there is half the fun."]
  61. 60. ["Look, Snow White, you can't be the fairest one of all forever!"]
  62. 61. ["Talk about a hang-up..."]
  63. 62. ["Oh, nothing... just sitting here playing with myself."]
  64. 63. ["Careful, Gerald... we still have a three day waiting period!"]
  65. 64. ["My boyfriend took it rather well, but my husband is furious."]
  66. 65. ["But ma'am, he's not the guilty party. It's that fat bastard in the other room."]
  67. 66. ["I'll bet you thought I couldn't get it up..."]
  68. 67. ["Now tell your husband that's what I'll do if I ever catch him fooling around with my wife."]
  69. 68. ["Brucy, does this mean I'll never be a grandmother!"]
  70. 69. ["Eenie... meenie... miney... WHOA!"]
  71. 70. ["We're getting near the ocean... smell that fishy scent?"]
  72. 71. ["Hmmm... that's funny... who'd be using a flashlight in the bank at this time of night?"]
  73. 72. ["Harry, quit clowning around... Harry.. HARRY!"]
  74. 73. ["That one has plumbing."]
  75. 74. ["If my hand bothers you, let me know and I'll replace it..."]
  76. 75. ["Sorry, doctor... that one slipped out."]
  77. 76. ["Three girls, Sam? What're you gonna do, slip 'em one inch apiece?"]
  78. 77. ["I'm through being cheated... either he goes or I quit paying your stud bills at the massage parlor!"]
  79. 78. ["You British keep more than a stiff upper lip, don't you?"]
  80. 79. ["Something's binding. I think I have Shortie's shorts on."]
  81. 80. [Tall Mens Shop]
  82. 81. ["Sure I can touch my toes without bending my knees. Watch."]
  83. 82. ["I just inhaled your ring."]
  84. 83. ["Can four play foreplay?"]
  85. 84. ["Who's the new guy?"]
  86. 85. ["Now I know why they call you people BEDouins..."]
  87. 86. ["My 'OOOOOH--OOOOOOOH--OOOOOOOOH---AHHHH!' muscles are sore!"]
  88. 87. ["If you think my hair feels silky soft, wait till you've rubbed my pussy."]
  89. 88. ["I'll sure be glad when you get over those darn hiccups!"]
  90. 89. ["Write up that student loan for Miss Betty Diddit."]
  91. 90. ["I say, Cogswell, old boy! I have a splendid suggestion!"]
  92. 91. ["NOW I'm that kind of girl!"]
  93. 92. ["About our date tonight... I've got some bad news."]
  94. 93. ["Never mind who he is! Just don't lose his trail!"]
  95. 94. ["Don't be fooled if he offers you a 'princely sum' to sleep with him... his allowance is only three shillings a week."]
  96. 95. ["For ladies only... what's izzit?"]
  97. 96. ["Am I coming on too strong, Emily?"]
  98. 97. ["I appreciate your call, but I've given up baby sitting as a way to make extra money."]
  99. 98. ["No... I don't give head!"]
  100. 99. ["Honey, come quick! There's a streaker on our balcony!"]
  101. 100. ["How appropriate... she has mosquito netting over her mosquito bites."]
  102. 101. ["I have so let you get on top before! Remember the time it rained at the company picnic?"]
  103. 102. ["I lost him when I turned out the lights. He's afraid of the dark."]
  104. 103. ["And they said musical movies would no longer draw crowds."]
  105. 104. ["How about giving this fellow a turn? I'm all petered out..."]
  106. 105. [Slipper When Wet]
  107. 106. ["Golly, Bessy... you really churn me on."]
  108. 107. ["Boy, what a party! I don't remember a thing after 10:30!"]
  109. 108. ["But that's not my lover, Stupid... he only stumbled in here by accident!"]
  110. 109. ["I think part of our trouble, dear, is that your standards are higher than mine."]
  111. 110. ["Family reunion."]
  112. 111. [Circle Jerk]
  113. 112. ["Who's the dame? And don't insult me by asking which one I mean."]
  114. 113. ["Come now, Miss Fox... everyone has their price."]
  115. 114. ["I always feel as if he sees right through me!"]
  116. 115. ["All right, out with it, Spot! How did those fleas get in there?"]
  117. 116. ["Tell me, Donald...do you think you're seeing too much of me?"]
  118. 117. ["Are you busy tonight? My dog's in heat, and I'm afraid it's contagious."]
  119. 118. ["Don't worry about my wife. She's a free-thinking Australian girl."]
  120. 119. ["It's hard to believe now, Clem, but 50 years ago I couldn't get enough of that one."]
  121. 120. ["It sure was sweet of you to invite me to spend the night."]
  122. 121. [Tattooed Man on Toilet]
  123. 122. ["Look, Dad, you refused to loan me the car. At least let us have the couch to ourselves."]
  124. 123. ["That's no excuse, Chickie... hens don't get hemorrhoids!"]
  125. 124. ["Fetch!"]
  126. 125. ["Oops! There goes my gum!"]
  127. 126. ["I am the ghost of Christmas past."]
  128. 127. ["If it wasn't for the kids... I'd stay longer."]
  129. 128. ["I found out I'm not really pregnant, but don't feel bad. It wouldn't have been yours, anyhow."]
  130. 129. ["I had a little accident back on the slopes. That condom you gave me broke."]
  131. 130. ["The love is free. Rent on the bed is $20."]
  132. 131. ["That was quite a kiss... I hope you couldn't tell I had garlic soup for lunch."]
  133. 132. ["Now Marilyn and I know why people sleep together."]
  134. 133. ["Get rid of this sign, or there's a good chance you'll be joining us."]
  135. 134. ["And now, Miss Swayem will insert a plug for the Free Love Society..."]
  136. 135. ["See if Francine's upstairs... it's her time of month tonight."]
  137. 136. ["If that's your navel you're contemplating, I'll eat it!"]
  138. 137. ["My being here was no mere coincidence... I make my biggest sales during low tide in an oil slick."]
  139. 138. ["It's just an old pair of false eyelashes."]
  140. 139. ["And this is the present Countess."]
  141. 140. ["What was I doing on the night of the 25th? Get your pants off, and I'll show you."]
  142. 141. ["It was self defense, Sheriff... she forced me to shoot."]
  143. 142. ["They told me they were digging an underground bomb shelter."]
  144. 143. ["My mother never said I shouldn't go to bed with TWO fellows!"]
  145. 144. ["We can't go on like this, Hon... you kick the roof off every time you get your jollies!"]
  146. 145. ["You told me to put out a spread the Indians would enjoy!"]
  147. 146. ["You're gonna have to talk to your husband. Three times this week, he's taken my parking place."]
  148. 147. ["Who's that other baby-sitter we had, Dear? Peggy is pregnant and her mom won't let me use her anymore."]
  149. 148. ["You'll notice they match your panties real well, too."]
  150. 149. ["Relax. They'll be back when he finds out she hates sex."]
  151. 150. ["Look at the cartoon on the upper right hand corner on page 49... I'll do that to you tonight!"]
  152. 151. ["My husband's lousy in bed, isn't he?"]
  153. 152. ["Be careful, Marie... Cousin Toadley has escaped from the attic again."]
  154. 153. ["Let's go slumming."]
  155. 154. ["What's this I hear about you telling everyone I'm a nyphomaniac?"]
  156. 155. ["Good news, honey... I'm not frigid, after all!"]
  157. 156. ["It certainly doesn't take much to make you happy, Mr. Murdock..."]
  158. 157. ["Maybe I put my rubber on the wrong foot one night."]
  159. 158. ["Why not let me take that off your hands?"]
  160. 159. ["Douche? What's a douche?"]
  161. 160. ["Don't get mad, but I have to go now, darling. My husband would worry."]
  162. 161. ["Dammit, Gertrude, must you watch every move I make?"]
  163. 162. ["I knew you were kidding about the diamond watch, so I got what you really wanted."]
  164. 163. ["Your bride's other uncles and me figured you could use this spoke tightenin' gunk..."]
  165. 164. ["You're damb right it looks dumb... men pay more if they think you're inexperienced."]
  166. 165. ["I will... I won't... I... stop worrying! I counted the petals before I started."]
  167. 166. ["Look, Sweetheart... our house rules are so strict even the paper boy can't solicit here."]
  168. 167. ["What izzit?"]
  169. 168. ["No use trying to hide, Titania... you won't be hard to find!"]
  170. 169. ["I think I'll have a boiled weenie tonight."]
  171. 170. ["Suppose you DID fire me, Milady... me and his Lordship would meet somewhere else, and YOU would be without maid service!"]
  172. 171. ["I guess it boils down to this, Big Daddy... either I get the mink or your wife gets 50% of the community assets!"]
  173. 172. ["Outlaw Saturday night specials"]
  174. 173. ["Try to get something with music... you could use some rhythm."]
  175. 174. ["No, the potty's to the left. This is my bedroom."]
  176. 175. ["The rest of my wives don't understand me."]
  177. 176. ["How long before I can run my fingers through your hair again, dear?"]
  178. 177. ["You're forgetting your place, peasant... I said position seventeen!"]
  179. 178. ["Then after the creamed potittie soup, I'll have breast of chicken with asparagus tits..."]
  180. 179. ["Stop worrying. If Jacques Cousteau was watching, there'd be cameras everywhere."]
  181. 180. ["I can't say who told me you were a swinger. We newsmen must protect our sources."]
  182. 181. ["Johnny, I'm so glad you're married and will settle down with just one girl."]
  183. 182. ["To celebrate the Bi-Centenial, let's do it 200 times."]
  184. 183. ["The part I liked best was the one that Dirty Old Man showed me."]
  185. 184. ["You think you have problems?"]
  186. 185. ["Is there always that much recoil when you're on top?"]
  187. 186. ["You're thirteen, Emmy! You don't want to be a virgin ALL your life, do ya?"]
  188. 187. ["I'm sorry, ladies... I can't hear a word you're saying."]
  189. 188. ["It's nice, but don't you think I'm a little old for play houses, Uncle Bill?"]
  190. 189. ["That's the last time I make love in a vibrating chair!"]
  191. 190. ["What a breathtaking view!"]
  192. 191. ["I never saw such concern. Every doctor in the hospital has come to see me."]
  193. 192. ["Five times! And they said it wouldn't last."]
  194. 193. ["What's he got to hide? Nothing... that's why he hides it."]
  195. 194. [Napoleon Cops a Feel]
  196. 195. ["Does she have any definite hours, Madame, or can she come and go as she pleases?"]
  197. 196. ["Oh, just a little honkey panky. Whom are you doing?"]
  198. 197. ["Whoever he was, I wish we'd met sooner."]
  199. 198. ["I don't know if you're a mirage or not, Mister, but I'm gonna call your bluff!"]
  200. 199. ["Never mind who he is! Who said you could bring that elephant into our bedroom?"]
  201. 200. ["Mom was right! Smoking stunts your growth!"]
  202. 201. ["I don't care how it tastes... there's no such thing as Schlitz-On-A-Schingle!"]
  203. 202. ["Well, well, speak of the devil. Hello, dear."]
  204. 203. ["No, no, no Sherry... when I said 'forever hold your peace,' I meant..."]
  205. 204. ["Some birthday! Is that all you brought me?"]
  206. 205. ["How can we be uninhibited in a town that's uninhabited?"]
  207. 206. ["It worked."]
  208. 207. ["Mind turning over? I'd like to play the flip side."]
  209. 208. ["I think Johnny should get the pick of the litter, Dad. He's Barfy's favorite stud."]
  210. 209. ["What do you mean, your wife doesn't understand you? I'm your wife, and I read you loud and clear!"]
  211. 210. ["But, dear... you're not supposed to see the bride before the wedding!"]
  212. 211. ["Aha!"]
  213. 212. ["I don't know about talent... but you have fantastic balance!"]
  214. 213. ["You're slightly overweight, so I'll help you knock off a piece."]
  215. 214. ["When I heard you were a crumby lover, I was afraid they meant literally."]
  216. 215. ["Good evening, Sir, I'm working my way across."]
  217. 216. ["My dad's gets bigger than your dad's!"]
  218. 217. ["Now you stay hidden until Mother finds out just what these men have on their minds."]
  219. 218. ["I helped a student with his biology project, and he left me to finish it alone."]
  220. 219. ["I'm so happy I was able to come on your famous ride, Paul!"]
  221. 220. ["Welcome to my rump... rump... rumpus room!"]
  222. 221. ["Now that we've learned to communicate, all you ever say is 'Let's...'"]
  223. 222. ["Yeah, I know where I been... out drinking and whoring around."]
  224. 223. ["If you're stuck for something to do later, just holler... my Missus and I'll come over and teach you some tricks."]
  225. 224. ["Oh, hello, dear... I was only trying to show this idiot what he missed by not marrying me."]
  226. 225. [Hello Sexy]
  227. 226. ["In case anyone asks... what do you call what we did?"]
  228. 227. ["Yes, I have a request. Butt out while we get with it."]
  229. 228. ["When Mr. Crawford says 'clear your desk for action,' he doesn't mean typing!"]
  230. 229. ["Yeah, I know... and you're under arrest."]
  231. 230. ["I didn't mean to go down that far, Agnes!"]
  232. 231. ["If you've got the hose, I've got the clamp for it."]
  233. 232. ["C'mere, Ricky... I think I found your pet squirrel."]
  234. 233. ["Why don't we eat out for a change?"]
  235. 234. ["Watch it, Buster... the last guy who tried that got eaten alive!"]
  236. 235. ["Let's hibernate one winter before we decide on marriage!"]
  237. 236. ["Uh oh, there's my wife. Act like you're talking to someone else."]
  238. 237. ["Sit on the two-holer, Gail... I've got lots to tell you!"]
  239. 238. ["Mom will be down in a minute, Dad... and so will Uncle Bob's thing."]
  240. 239. ["You advertised for a girl to share your apartment. Will you accept a reasonably exact facsimile?"]
  241. 240. ["I got tired of wearing hip huggers all the time."]
  242. 241. ["Don't try to pin that on me... I hit you in the head, not the stomach."]
  243. 242. ["Can you make it some other night, Mom? We're expecting another couple any minute."]
  244. 243. ["I'd like to ask for your daughter's hand, Sir. I want to tie up the loose ends before our baby is born."]
  245. 244. [Pickle Packer]
  246. 245. ["You're not still mad over a little thing like that, are you?"]
  247. 246. ["Roll over again... no, Gloria, not you."]
  248. 247. ["My husband says if 'Gun Control' means no more shotgun weddings, he'll vote yes."]
  249. 248. ["Of course, it felt roomy... in your case anything would!"]
  250. 249. ["For the last time, Mom, can't you do this on somebody's else's beat?"]
  251. 250. ["Time to change the quads, eh?"]
  252. 251. ["Here comes my brother's keeper."]
  253. 252. ["How come you never meet me at the bus stop like the other guys' wives?"]
  254. 253. ["Gee, when I asked how your hammer was hanging, I never dreamed I'd get nailed."]
  255. 254. ["It's two thirty in the morning... you two about had your minimum daily requirements."]
  256. 255. ["That's nothing, Sally. You should've seen it before I got the milking machine!"]
  257. 256. ["Here's the place... I hope my wife is alone."]
  258. 257. ["Isn't it refreshing, how the younger generation has dropped all pretenses?"]
  259. 258. ["I've stopped seeing Elsie. She refused to shave."]
  260. 259. ["Let me know if you find this next act shocking!"]
  261. 260. ["Yes, I still have the old crib and baby carriage. Why?"]
  262. 261. ["I heard you tossing and turning. This hot chocolate will help you sleep."]
  263. 262. ["No wonder your wife doesn't understand you... how can a woman understand what she can't even see?"]
  264. 263. ["Please don't bother to get up."]
  265. 264. ["I estimate I could top that during my coffee break for about 20 bucks!"]
  266. 265. ["But, Uncle Luke... I haven't had a new dress since I was 4 years old!"]
  267. 266. ["Hi, neighbor... you wouldn't happen to have a light bulb that needs changing over there, would you?"]
  268. 267. ["Well, I admit I have never seen this side of it!"]
  269. 268. ["And just what is that prize you're giving for having the biggest knockers in camp?"]
  270. 269. ["Dammit, Harry, can't you be a better sport about paying my alimony?"]
  271. 270. ["You wanted to see me, Sir Smedley?"]
  272. 271. ["I'm saving my pit until I get married."]
  273. 272. ["Momma told me about guys like you. It took me six years to find one."]
  274. 273. ["I just finished decorating my joint for the holidays!"]
  275. 274. ["But the poor old geezer lives there all alone... why not brighten up his outlook a little?"]
  276. 275. ["I hope you won't think I'm an easy lay just because I take birth control pills, stranger."]
  277. 276. ["Remember... next week, our house!"]
  278. 277. ["It's the good things in life I love, like the sound of unfolding money!"]
  279. 278. ["After a hard day at the office, it's still decisions, decisions..."]
  280. 279. ["Hey, that's neat, Mister... you wanta see mine?"]
  281. 280. ["That's not bleeding piles, Miss Lezbun...it's lipstick."]
  282. 281. ["I knew there was a catch to it... Chapter One says find a girl that's willing...!"]
  283. 282. [Home Sweet Home]
  284. 283. ["To prove that I'm not a male chauvinist pig, I'll let you pay me."]
  285. 284. ["Wow! Look at this month's centerfold!"]
  286. 285. ["Do you have one that says 'Sorry I bit your head off'?"]
  287. 286. [I Give Up]
  288. 287. ["How'd you like to swim up the river with a stud like that?"]
  289. 288. ["Are you really the 'draggin' lady?"]
  290. 289. [The End]
  291. 290. ["I won't keep her out late... I'm a very fast worker."]
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