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Wild Hare (Table of Contents)

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Keywords
adult

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Get ready, girls... here comes a real emergency case!
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inside front cover

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I don't want to criticize, Harold... but who sold you this waterbed?
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We're playing Whore's Shoes.
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No need to worry, Miss Jordan. No matter how hot you get, body heat can't melt and I.U.D.!
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humor

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Flossie, you've been drafted to go on maneuvers with some heavy artillery.
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If the boss can't see me now, he can't see YOU, either. How about a quickie?
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humor

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You certainly WERE lucky, Mr. Bigstiff... and where's MRS. Bigstiff?
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So you finally caught a husband... whose is he?
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Good work, Dennis... you've planted seed all over the place.
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Thanks for the compliment, but it's a wig.
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He could have just taken them out of his soup!
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humor

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Some of your creative 'input' is about to become 'output'!
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On second thought... I'm sure we can work out some kind of deal.
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Could you make it a super quickie? We've got a bus to catch.
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No, no, Francine... you're supposed to ask him first!
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She's no stowaway... she's a GIVE-away.
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Snake... snake...
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Keywords
kilt

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I didn't see you, and you didn't see me... okay?
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humor
Keywords
space alien; UFO

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DADDY!
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Well, we'll know where to fly the flag if our pole ever breaks!
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If you liked what you got for $10... you ought to try my $20 special!
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I won't be seeing you for a few days... my brave is coming home on furlough.
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Native American; smoke signal

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In the interest of preserving our 'no accident' record at Gittit-Up Airlines, we like for you to have this complimentary condom.
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humor
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stewardess

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Now I'll turn on the bedroom light. You should see what I painted on THAT window!
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Golly, Ernie, your big sister's got plenty left... and my brother said she gave him everything she's got.
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Stop it, George! Do I feel YOU when you're watching the golf tournament?
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...'Respect you? I worship you... you're a gift from heaven.' he said. Later I noticed his bumper sticker says 'PRAY FOR POONTANG'.
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That's right, sir, I DID order four hundred tampons for the football team. My boys get a lot of nosebleeds.
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Keywords
football

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You'll have to douse the light first. That smile takes all the sport out of my Forcible Entry.
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Mr. Davis, you've got to take me out of the 'screw department'!
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[Try Our Birth Control Pills] (Table of Contents: 32)

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Your husband lied to my wife...you still have plenty of spring in your rump!
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Daddy locked himself in the bathroom with my Baby Sucks-A-Bottle again!
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This way you keep YOUR hand warm, and I keep MY hand wet... er... WARM.
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We were just about to get better acquainted, when some goons from the finance company barged in and carried off the bed.
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Hi, folks. I'm taking a survey... do you find sexual relations 'enjoyable', 'very enjoyable' or 'just plain good'?
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When you said you had a whole foot between your legs, I thought you meant...
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Is this the real you at last, Irving?
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This may not be curing your hiccups, Ida, but it's sure making my day!
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Hey, Paleface, you left your trap!
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I guess Sex Education has been successful, I read where a little girl only 10 years old had a baby last week.
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You can always spot a married guy... he lights up the minute his wife's back is turned.
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OOPS!
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Harry... you know how I always like to give credit where credit is due...
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I want you to know, Miss Stake, I'd have hired you even if our computers hadn't okayed you for this.
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Sat on a cactus, huh? Ain't that a prick in the rump!
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Cool it, Hogan... THIS is the crack I called you to fill.
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Rodney, when you told me you like to goose women, I thought...?
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COLLATERAL!
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Oh, yeah? Well, maybe some big stud will drift ashore so you WILL be satisfied!
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I hope you don't charge hospital rates!
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Our Purchasing Agent is a very busy man. No one gets in to see him unless they have something special to offer.
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Wait till that chili she ate for supper goes to work... he'll bring her back.
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It ain't too bad, being caged. Somebody'll always open their BACK DOOR for you.
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Keywords
prison

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I promise to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.
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I know I promised you the sex for free... but it'll cost you $75 to get your clothes back.
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You'd better hang it up, Mr. Armbrewster... the boss says you've already got the biggest long distance phone bill in the company.
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Up in front! Up in front!
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I came through the park, but I was safe in this shirt.
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Never mind the 'brave little man' crap and the lollipop... tell me if I got this broad in trouble or not.
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I'm afraid this hasn't been much of a honeymoon, Sweetheart.
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African natives

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You'll have to take it off, Miss... I'm all out of that color.
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Keywords
painter

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Come in, Mr. Insurance Man... as you can see, I'm not covered.
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It's time we had another office party. You get the booze, and I'll take down all the 'THINK' signs.
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What did she say when you asked her to join our daisy chain?
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Now, sir... would you say she was about my size?
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But why can't I come to your OFFICE for an examination?
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Dammit, Sally... as your husband, I should have a turn once in a while!
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It's true that you bad little girls don't get your stockings filled, but...
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Santa Claus

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When I said there's a great big void in my life...
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Mr. Fuxem! Haven't you caused enough trouble around here yet?
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It's a diet aid... every time you take a bite, you press the button.
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I think we should settle this in a court... that one!
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And another thing, he's a lousy provider... can't even keep me in clothes.
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humor
Keywords
lawyer

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Golly, Captain Rodman... are you sure this is part of my In Flight Training?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 78)

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You're in for fun tonight, ma'am... your husband has been acting very horny lately.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 79)

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I've been working a World War II reunion, Millie. Want some of my nylon stockings and chocolate bars?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 80)

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You're a porno movie actor!? Gee, where do you get actresses to appear in pictures like that?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 81)

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And here he is, with an exhibition of trick and fancy roping...
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 82)

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What can I kiss for 35 cents... and don't say it unless you mean it!
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kissing booth

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Don't worry, ladies... just because you can't pay the check doesn't mean we'll make you wash dishes.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 84)

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Are you doing anything after he gets his, Mitzi, baby?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 85)

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Mister Murray, where can I lay my little bag?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 86)

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Watch that finger, Hugo!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 87)

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Maybe if we fed him wheat germ, it would germinate?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 88)

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Oh, yummy! Just imagine the size of the bone that buried that!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 89)

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How does it work?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 90)

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Jose, can you see?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 91)

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I want to delve into every little nook and cranny!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 92)

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And whenever I see a big weenie, I have to make a grab for it...
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humor
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psychiatrist

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It's been love at first sight... ever since the first time I saw one!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 94)

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Say, if you're not going to play with both of them, mind if I ...?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 95)

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Marry me and let me take you away from all this!
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Keywords
mermaid; scuba diver

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

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That reminds me. We forgot the catcher's mitt.
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You won't need any pillows with ME, Mr. Shorthandle...
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Is Paw out hunting today? I thought I heard his rifle.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 99)

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We'll put on a great show tonight, big boy. I'm gonna give you the BREAK you've been waiting for!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 100)

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Nymphomania? Is that what it's called? Gee, my uncle told me I was a child prodigy!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 101)

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Hang up the pajamas before you leave. My husband has a nasty, suspicious mind.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 102)

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But why not, Mom? She lets Daddy do it!
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Of course, I had to pick our Wedding Anniversary to do this... that's why I hired this young lady, so I could surprise you by giving you the night off!
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What wine goes well with her?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 105)

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My, you ARE in a hurry!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 106)

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In the ball game of life, you're batting in cleanup position!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 107)

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Let's see how fast you can get up!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 109)

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It's Fifi LaPhew... I'd recognize that personality anywhere!
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The Absent-Minded Professor visits a nudist camp.
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What more could a girl want?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 112)

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Aren't you glad now that we moved to the suburbs?
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Of course they're dogs. What did you expect to find on a planet named Pluto?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 114)

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Oh, that's just the scrub lady you hear, dear...
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It must be love. Here we are, fully dressed and vertical, and I still like you.
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Hello, darling... you've met my husband haven't you?
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Put the gun away, Vince... I was just teasin' when I said I was just teasin'!
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I've had BUGS crawl up through my drain before, but this is ridiculous!
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Don't be frightened, Farnsworth... it's only their mating season.
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I can hardly wait for the second act!
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Quit calling me 'Occupant'. You knew me quite well until a few months ago!
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humor
Keywords
mailman

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I have a weekend special at my place, Mister.
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It's a step toward Sex Equality... but I still don't like this 'SEPARATE But Equal' crap.
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It serves you right for trying to overpower a delicate blossom like me.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 126)

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The boss says to let you finish, but I have to clear the table and seat another party here.
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I saw him first!
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It's one of those obscene phone calls.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 129)

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You're the most unfaithful woman I've ever known, Brenda... what happened to your SAILOR lover?
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Disgusting... immoral... and besides, I don't have the two bucks.
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They say the earth is flat... but I believe it to be round... like this.
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The Conjugal Visits rule was established only for the prisoners, Tuggle!
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If it's any consolation to you, you've been given the office's Most Valuable Player award.
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We'll have to stop meeting this way... I'm running out of matches
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Keywords
fireman

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Oh, hi, dear... I ran out of gas, and this filling station man was kind enough to pump me a little.
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See what I mean? The bigger you are, the harder they fall.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 137)

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Sorry, ma'am... ah thought you was one of them Westward Ho's!
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humor
Keywords
covered wagon; pioneer

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You're a farm boy... why didn't you use a cream separator?
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Young lady, we'd appreciate it if you would stand away from our sign!
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Get away from that tree! We ate one to many, already!
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Garden of Eden

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Yes, my husband is unusually tall... why do you ask?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 143)

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4:30 already... it's almost time to go home and have my own circuit plugged into!
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switchboard

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I realize it's not easy getting a kid through college these days, but GEE WHIZ, MA!!!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 145)

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Gee, you'd think they'd say something about my acting ability!
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Keywords
graffiti

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How much for all night? That's six months here, man... forty thousand dollars!
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igloo

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 147)

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I said to POUND your BEAT, stupid!
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police officer

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 148)

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It isn't like the old Army
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It's all right, Mom... Lester and I are just doing our Sex Education homework.
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You put something in our prune juice didn't you?
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For one thing, my husband thinks I'm oversexed.
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The table isn't my invention, silly... I developed a new bust developer.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 153)

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You'd better slow down... it's starting to smoke.
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There's nothing wrong with the air conditioner... you must hear my hidden movie camera running.
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So THIS is the way you take inventory!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 156)

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...now I'm entering the village... the girls are beautiful and very, very friendly...
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Hurry up and make it, Geraldine... we don't want to keep the baby sitter waiting!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 158)

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What's the matter... you never saw a girl eat a foot long hot dog before?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 159)

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Head's it's tails, and tails it's heads!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 160)

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Hey... that's cheating!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 161)

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We thought that 'KEEP OFF GRASS' sing meant no smoking.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 162)

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What is the joker doing in my closet!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 163)

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Must be my Male Menopause. I take two steps toward the bed, and I have to pause.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 164)

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That's not the way we 'bust' a prostitute, Rookie!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 165)

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I'm thrilled, Mr. Perkins... but after this, instead of squandering your pay on candy and flowers bring money.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 166)

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All day on the prairie astraddle I ride...
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 167)

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You know what they say... the longer the tool box, the longer the tool.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 168)

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How come I've always gotta play the part of the woman?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 169)

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Hazel, you dumb cluck... you can't get square eggs through a round hole!
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chicken

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 170)

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Buy a gal a drink, Buster?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 171)

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You forget the first rule, Mabel. Topless waitress never say, 'Would you like a nibble?'
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 172)

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Shall I get dressed, or will you make a pass right off the bat?
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Signature cut off.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 173)

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I hate to go in, I've got one of those demanding wives!
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It's your duty to comfort your patient. Boy, am I uncomfortable!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 175)

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You can relax now, folks... he didn't marry me for my money.
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wedding

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 176)

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Am I ever lucky to get a bone specialist to make a house call!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 177)

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Why so glum? You said you wanted to have a picnic in my bed.
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Be gentle, stranger. It's my first time on a skateboard.
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Excuse me, Miss. I live next door and I got in the wrong h-h-h-HOUSE?! If this is what I think it is, I'm staying!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 180)

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Rickie's giving an organ recital.
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[Massage Parlor] (Table of Contents: 181)

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Now relax, Miss... I'm just going to pull out a few hares.
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humor
Keywords
stage magic

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 183)

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Of course, I've worked in the nude before, silly... I peddle my tail on the side.
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I must say, you two are being very cool about this situation.
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A dick-tater.
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Send in the next sexpot, Miss Forbes.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 187)

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Is this your first time, Sonny?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 188)

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Mom said she got screwed the last time she bought a sweeper.
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[Three Monkeys] (Table of Contents: 189)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 190)

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Now I see why they call her 'The Fuzz'.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 191)

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One drink, and I've had it... and you can, too, if you want it!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 192)

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Your date's a real SWINGER , all right, Buddy... and wait till you see what she swings!
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[Annual Gay Guys Gathering] (Table of Contents: 193)

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Sorry, Sir, we must inspect all your bags!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 195)

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Martha, what's that strange car doing in our driveway?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 196)

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Now I know why she wanted the pumpkin. It had a candle in it.
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Before we go any further, I think you should know I'm Jewish.
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humor
Keywords
Arab

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 198)

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Gregory! You're melting my ice cubes again!
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humor

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

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If I'd caught him where she caught him, I wouldn't HAVE him back!
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Since you ask, business is lousy! And it won't get any better with YOU hanging around.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 201)

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Now just relax... pretend my tool has hair around it.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 202)

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These rich ginks want everything under glass
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 203)

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I don't mind STARTING on the bottom, but I also like being on the top once in a while.
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Every time I wear a low neckline, Mr. Uptight jumps all over me.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 205)

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I envy you, Karen. David never gives me flowers without having an ulterior motive.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 206)

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Maybe your carburetor is flooded?
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Cut... cut! I forgot to take the Pill!
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Can't you see my wife is making a fool of you? She has no intention of buying that mattress!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 209)

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If you were really clever, there were several times when you could have got it from me without all this bother.
Genre
humor
Keywords
wedding

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

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Now be honest, girl... do you think the one on the left is bigger?
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humor

[Fish Market] (Table of Contents: 211)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 212)

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My stomach has stopped rolling, dear... do you think it would be safe now to open my eyes?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 213)

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My husband's coming later, so you'd better not write this one on the chest...
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Go on, go on... then what did he do?
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Aren't these beautiful sheets the salesman was demonstarting?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 216)

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We can expect a late, late call from the Sultan tonight... there's an old Mae West movie on Channel 11.
Genre
humor
Keywords
harem

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 217)

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Do you promise to love, honor and all those other lies the law wants you to tell?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 218)

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Oh, my goodness... you've scared me stiff!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 219)

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Gesundheit! Now do you see why I brought along the black pepper?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 220)

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You just gotta love a guy that comes back seventeen times!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 221)

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Hey, man, don't apologize because you're too busy to meet me at the club. There's a couple of loose ends here I should be getting at, myself.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 222)

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You've been fondling this all evening... want to take it home with you?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 223)

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Don't be shy, I'm a doctor and to me it's just another... WOW!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 224)

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I waltz right pass the cops. They never suspect it's my own ace I'm selling.
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Now you know why they say... never tell an editor an old joke.
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Would you feel better about it if we introduced ourselves first?
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Of course, I'm alone, dear. Do you think I'd let someone in the house while I'm taking a shower?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 228)

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Corporal, when was the last time you had a furlough?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 229)

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I take it you don't have the rent!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 230)

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Butt off, bustard!
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According to all the books I've read, Richard, foreplay does NOT include snoring!
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Why, girl, there's nothing wrong with your... ah... donkey!
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Of course, I didn't see her lips move, silly... she's wearing panties.
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Your husband regained consciousness, ma'am... but I had to knock the old fool out again!
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Wilbur has something important to ask you, Dad.
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It's either joggers or weirdos... yesterday SHE was chasin' HIM.
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What else can you do besides make me want to hire you?
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Tap tenderly, Tiger... it's my first bash.
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caveman

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Have you been waiting long, dear?
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Hi, honey... what's to eat?
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I ought to warn you first... I'm very pregnancy prone.
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Put on a little weight since you were in last, Miss Farb?
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Your burner needs cleaning out.
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This one comes with a speaker that repeats over and over. 'I love you... I love you...'!
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Hi, there! What will it be, cheese or butter?
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Here... it contains step by step instructions.
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I've heard that too much sex can cause blurring of vision.
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Is this lady annoy you, sir?
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I'm afraid I'm too tired for a wife swap party. Would you mind going without me tonight, dear?
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That's the one who's in for a sex change operation.
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I'm sorry, but I can't take you even if it DID happen doggy style.
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Stand back, don't interfere... this may mean a healthy raise for everybody!
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When I offered to take you home afterwards, I didn't know you lived in Australia!
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She turned me down... do you put out?
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Your rod feels nice and smooth...I'll bet you rub it a lot.
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fisherman; fishing

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Don't worry, warden, you go ahead and make HER, and I'll make my escape!
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prison break

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If that's MY hat, what's it doing there? And if it ISN'T my hat... what's it doing there!
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No, dear, it can't wait until tomorrow... what's on my desk must be taken care of right away.
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That won't do it, man... we'll have to get the hoses!
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fireman

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This model buttons up the front for quicker quickies.
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He tripped and pole vaulted out the window.
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You just have to know how to talk to them!
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That's his favorite event... the 'BROAD JUMP'!
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track meet

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Cigars... cigarettes... sexual intercourse!
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For pete's sake, Evelyn... is that all you think about... SEX?
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skiing

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You've convinced me, Ms. Libb... a female employee should not be confined to mere typing and filing routines.
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If you say it was a flasher, he'll make them all drop their drawers!
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police line-up

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Bill couldn't make it tonight, so he sent you a bananna.
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Come off it, Miss Frixem... you only have to SAY if you take this man!
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How much longer are you gonna rub it before you stick your thing in me?
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But this is impossible... they're both BOYS!!
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I wish the boss would quit smoking... he always spills messy ashes under my dress!
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Fred Fingerfirker! I haven't seen you since Japan! You remember Fred, don't you, honey?
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Man! Thsoe 50¢ tips are cold!
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We must learn to trust each other fully. You can start by giving me your apartment key.
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Isn't this where I went in?
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I hate to break up a good thing, but I think your wife's home.
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I feel it only fair to tell you that we DO have dressing rooms, Miss.
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But I wasn't swimming.
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nude beach

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But I distinctly heard you say, 'It's time for breast feeding!'
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Table of Contents
  1. 0. Wild Hare
  2. 1. ["Get ready, girls... here comes a real emergency case!"]
  3. 2. ["I don't want to criticize, Harold... but who sold you this waterbed?"]
  4. 3. ["We're playing Whore's Shoes."]
  5. 4. ["No need to worry, Miss Jordan. No matter how hot you get, body heat can't melt and I.U.D.!"]
  6. 5. ["Flossie, you've been drafted to go on maneuvers with some heavy artillery."]
  7. 6. ["If the boss can't see me now, he can't see YOU, either. How about a quickie?"]
  8. 7. ["You certainly WERE lucky, Mr. Bigstiff... and where's MRS. Bigstiff?"]
  9. 8. ["So you finally caught a husband... whose is he?"]
  10. 9. ["Good work, Dennis... you've planted seed all over the place."]
  11. 10. ["Thanks for the compliment, but it's a wig."]
  12. 11. ["He could have just taken them out of his soup!"]
  13. 12. ["Some of your creative 'input' is about to become 'output'!"]
  14. 13. ["On second thought... I'm sure we can work out some kind of deal."]
  15. 14. ["Could you make it a super quickie? We've got a bus to catch."]
  16. 15. ["No, no, Francine... you're supposed to ask him first!"]
  17. 16. ["She's no stowaway... she's a GIVE-away."]
  18. 17. ["Snake... snake..."]
  19. 18. ["I didn't see you, and you didn't see me... okay?"]
  20. 19. ["DADDY!"]
  21. 20. ["Well, we'll know where to fly the flag if our pole ever breaks!"]
  22. 21. [Secretary Leans Over]
  23. 22. ["If you liked what you got for $10... you ought to try my $20 special!"]
  24. 23. ["I won't be seeing you for a few days... my brave is coming home on furlough."]
  25. 24. ["In the interest of preserving our 'no accident' record at Gittit-Up Airlines, we like for you to have this complimentary condom."]
  26. 25. ["Now I'll turn on the bedroom light. You should see what I painted on THAT window!"]
  27. 26. ["Golly, Ernie, your big sister's got plenty left... and my brother said she gave him everything she's got."]
  28. 27. ["Stop it, George! Do I feel YOU when you're watching the golf tournament?"]
  29. 28. ["...'Respect you? I worship you... you're a gift from heaven.' he said. Later I noticed his bumper sticker says 'PRAY FOR POONTANG'."]
  30. 29. ["That's right, sir, I DID order four hundred tampons for the football team. My boys get a lot of nosebleeds."]
  31. 30. ["You'll have to douse the light first. That smile takes all the sport out of my Forcible Entry."]
  32. 31. ["Mr. Davis, you've got to take me out of the 'screw department'!"]
  33. 32. [Try Our Birth Control Pills]
  34. 33. ["Your husband lied to my wife...you still have plenty of spring in your rump!"]
  35. 34. ["Daddy locked himself in the bathroom with my Baby Sucks-A-Bottle again!"]
  36. 35. ["This way you keep YOUR hand warm, and I keep MY hand wet... er... WARM."]
  37. 36. ["We were just about to get better acquainted, when some goons from the finance company barged in and carried off the bed."]
  38. 37. ["Hi, folks. I'm taking a survey... do you find sexual relations 'enjoyable', 'very enjoyable' or 'just plain good'?"]
  39. 38. ["When you said you had a whole foot between your legs, I thought you meant..."]
  40. 39. ["Is this the real you at last, Irving?"]
  41. 40. ["This may not be curing your hiccups, Ida, but it's sure making my day!"]
  42. 41. ["Hey, Paleface, you left your trap!"]
  43. 42. ["I guess Sex Education has been successful, I read where a little girl only 10 years old had a baby last week."]
  44. 43. ["You can always spot a married guy... he lights up the minute his wife's back is turned."]
  45. 44. ["OOPS!"]
  46. 45. ["Harry... you know how I always like to give credit where credit is due..."]
  47. 46. [Breakfast in Bed]
  48. 47. ["I want you to know, Miss Stake, I'd have hired you even if our computers hadn't okayed you for this."]
  49. 48. ["Sat on a cactus, huh? Ain't that a prick in the rump!"]
  50. 49. ["Cool it, Hogan... THIS is the crack I called you to fill."]
  51. 50. ["Rodney, when you told me you like to goose women, I thought...?"]
  52. 51. ["COLLATERAL!"]
  53. 52. ["Oh, yeah? Well, maybe some big stud will drift ashore so you WILL be satisfied!"]
  54. 53. ["I hope you don't charge hospital rates!"]
  55. 54. ["Our Purchasing Agent is a very busy man. No one gets in to see him unless they have something special to offer."]
  56. 55. ["Wait till that chili she ate for supper goes to work... he'll bring her back."]
  57. 56. ["It ain't too bad, being caged. Somebody'll always open their BACK DOOR for you."]
  58. 57. ["I promise to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth."]
  59. 58. ["I know I promised you the sex for free... but it'll cost you $75 to get your clothes back."]
  60. 59. ["You'd better hang it up, Mr. Armbrewster... the boss says you've already got the biggest long distance phone bill in the company."]
  61. 60. ["Up in front! Up in front!"]
  62. 61. ["I came through the park, but I was safe in this shirt."]
  63. 62. ["Never mind the 'brave little man' crap and the lollipop... tell me if I got this broad in trouble or not."]
  64. 63. ["I'm afraid this hasn't been much of a honeymoon, Sweetheart."]
  65. 64. ["You'll have to take it off, Miss... I'm all out of that color."]
  66. 65. ["Come in, Mr. Insurance Man... as you can see, I'm not covered."]
  67. 66. ["It's time we had another office party. You get the booze, and I'll take down all the 'THINK' signs."]
  68. 67. ["What did she say when you asked her to join our daisy chain?"]
  69. 68. ["Now, sir... would you say she was about my size?"]
  70. 69. ["But why can't I come to your OFFICE for an examination?"]
  71. 70. ["Dammit, Sally... as your husband, I should have a turn once in a while!"]
  72. 71. ["It's true that you bad little girls don't get your stockings filled, but..."]
  73. 72. ["When I said there's a great big void in my life..."]
  74. 73. ["Mr. Fuxem! Haven't you caused enough trouble around here yet?"]
  75. 74. ["It's a diet aid... every time you take a bite, you press the button."]
  76. 75. ["I think we should settle this in a court... that one!"]
  77. 76. ["And another thing, he's a lousy provider... can't even keep me in clothes."]
  78. 77. ["Golly, Captain Rodman... are you sure this is part of my In Flight Training?"]
  79. 78. ["You're in for fun tonight, ma'am... your husband has been acting very horny lately."]
  80. 79. ["I've been working a World War II reunion, Millie. Want some of my nylon stockings and chocolate bars?"]
  81. 80. ["You're a porno movie actor!? Gee, where do you get actresses to appear in pictures like that?"]
  82. 81. ["And here he is, with an exhibition of trick and fancy roping..."]
  83. 82. ["What can I kiss for 35 cents... and don't say it unless you mean it!"]
  84. 83. ["Don't worry, ladies... just because you can't pay the check doesn't mean we'll make you wash dishes."]
  85. 84. ["Are you doing anything after he gets his, Mitzi, baby?"]
  86. 85. ["Mister Murray, where can I lay my little bag?"]
  87. 86. ["Watch that finger, Hugo!"]
  88. 87. ["Maybe if we fed him wheat germ, it would germinate?"]
  89. 88. ["Oh, yummy! Just imagine the size of the bone that buried that!"]
  90. 89. ["How does it work?"]
  91. 90. ["Jose, can you see?"]
  92. 91. ["I want to delve into every little nook and cranny!"]
  93. 92. ["And whenever I see a big weenie, I have to make a grab for it..."]
  94. 93. ["It's been love at first sight... ever since the first time I saw one!"]
  95. 94. ["Say, if you're not going to play with both of them, mind if I ...?"]
  96. 95. ["Marry me and let me take you away from all this!"]
  97. 96. ["That reminds me. We forgot the catcher's mitt."]
  98. 97. ["You won't need any pillows with ME, Mr. Shorthandle..."]
  99. 98. ["Is Paw out hunting today? I thought I heard his rifle."]
  100. 99. ["We'll put on a great show tonight, big boy. I'm gonna give you the BREAK you've been waiting for!"]
  101. 100. ["Nymphomania? Is that what it's called? Gee, my uncle told me I was a child prodigy!"]
  102. 101. ["Hang up the pajamas before you leave. My husband has a nasty, suspicious mind."]
  103. 102. ["But why not, Mom? She lets Daddy do it!"]
  104. 103. ["Of course, I had to pick our Wedding Anniversary to do this... that's why I hired this young lady, so I could surprise you by giving you the night off!"]
  105. 104. ["What wine goes well with her?"]
  106. 105. ["My, you ARE in a hurry!"]
  107. 106. ["In the ball game of life, you're batting in cleanup position!"]
  108. 107. ["Let's see how fast you can get up!"]
  109. 108. [X-Ray]
  110. 109. ["It's Fifi LaPhew... I'd recognize that personality anywhere!"]
  111. 110. ["The Absent-Minded Professor visits a nudist camp."]
  112. 111. ["What more could a girl want?"]
  113. 112. ["Aren't you glad now that we moved to the suburbs?"]
  114. 113. ["Of course they're dogs. What did you expect to find on a planet named Pluto?"]
  115. 114. ["Oh, that's just the scrub lady you hear, dear..."]
  116. 115. ["It must be love. Here we are, fully dressed and vertical, and I still like you."]
  117. 116. [Barbers' College]
  118. 117. ["Hello, darling... you've met my husband haven't you?"]
  119. 118. ["Put the gun away, Vince... I was just teasin' when I said I was just teasin'!"]
  120. 119. ["I've had BUGS crawl up through my drain before, but this is ridiculous!"]
  121. 120. ["Don't be frightened, Farnsworth... it's only their mating season."]
  122. 121. ["I can hardly wait for the second act!"]
  123. 122. ["Quit calling me 'Occupant'. You knew me quite well until a few months ago!"]
  124. 123. ["I have a weekend special at my place, Mister."]
  125. 124. ["It's a step toward Sex Equality... but I still don't like this 'SEPARATE But Equal' crap."]
  126. 125. ["It serves you right for trying to overpower a delicate blossom like me."]
  127. 126. ["The boss says to let you finish, but I have to clear the table and seat another party here."]
  128. 127. ["I saw him first!"]
  129. 128. ["It's one of those obscene phone calls."]
  130. 129. ["You're the most unfaithful woman I've ever known, Brenda... what happened to your SAILOR lover?"]
  131. 130. ["Disgusting... immoral... and besides, I don't have the two bucks."]
  132. 131. ["They say the earth is flat... but I believe it to be round... like this."]
  133. 132. ["The Conjugal Visits rule was established only for the prisoners, Tuggle!"]
  134. 133. ["If it's any consolation to you, you've been given the office's Most Valuable Player award."]
  135. 134. ["We'll have to stop meeting this way... I'm running out of matches"]
  136. 135. ["Oh, hi, dear... I ran out of gas, and this filling station man was kind enough to pump me a little."]
  137. 136. ["See what I mean? The bigger you are, the harder they fall."]
  138. 137. ["Sorry, ma'am... ah thought you was one of them Westward Ho's!"]
  139. 138. ["You're a farm boy... why didn't you use a cream separator?"]
  140. 139. [Two Statues]
  141. 140. ["Young lady, we'd appreciate it if you would stand away from our sign!"]
  142. 141. ["Get away from that tree! We ate one to many, already!"]
  143. 142. ["Yes, my husband is unusually tall... why do you ask?"]
  144. 143. ["4:30 already... it's almost time to go home and have my own circuit plugged into!"]
  145. 144. ["I realize it's not easy getting a kid through college these days, but GEE WHIZ, MA!!!"]
  146. 145. ["Gee, you'd think they'd say something about my acting ability!"]
  147. 146. ["How much for all night? That's six months here, man... forty thousand dollars!"]
  148. 147. ["I said to POUND your BEAT, stupid!"]
  149. 148. ["It isn't like the old Army"]
  150. 149. ["It's all right, Mom... Lester and I are just doing our Sex Education homework."]
  151. 150. ["You put something in our prune juice didn't you?"]
  152. 151. ["For one thing, my husband thinks I'm oversexed."]
  153. 152. ["The table isn't my invention, silly... I developed a new bust developer."]
  154. 153. ["You'd better slow down... it's starting to smoke."]
  155. 154. ["There's nothing wrong with the air conditioner... you must hear my hidden movie camera running."]
  156. 155. ["So THIS is the way you take inventory!"]
  157. 156. ["...now I'm entering the village... the girls are beautiful and very, very friendly..."]
  158. 157. ["Hurry up and make it, Geraldine... we don't want to keep the baby sitter waiting!"]
  159. 158. ["What's the matter... you never saw a girl eat a foot long hot dog before?"]
  160. 159. ["Head's it's tails, and tails it's heads!"]
  161. 160. ["Hey... that's cheating!"]
  162. 161. ["We thought that 'KEEP OFF GRASS' sing meant no smoking."]
  163. 162. ["What is the joker doing in my closet!"]
  164. 163. ["Must be my Male Menopause. I take two steps toward the bed, and I have to pause."]
  165. 164. ["That's not the way we 'bust' a prostitute, Rookie!"]
  166. 165. ["I'm thrilled, Mr. Perkins... but after this, instead of squandering your pay on candy and flowers bring money."]
  167. 166. ["All day on the prairie astraddle I ride..."]
  168. 167. ["You know what they say... the longer the tool box, the longer the tool."]
  169. 168. ["How come I've always gotta play the part of the woman?"]
  170. 169. ["Hazel, you dumb cluck... you can't get square eggs through a round hole!"]
  171. 170. ["Buy a gal a drink, Buster?"]
  172. 171. ["You forget the first rule, Mabel. Topless waitress never say, 'Would you like a nibble?'"]
  173. 172. ["Shall I get dressed, or will you make a pass right off the bat?"]
  174. 173. ["I hate to go in, I've got one of those demanding wives!"]
  175. 174. ["It's your duty to comfort your patient. Boy, am I uncomfortable!"]
  176. 175. ["You can relax now, folks... he didn't marry me for my money."]
  177. 176. ["Am I ever lucky to get a bone specialist to make a house call!"]
  178. 177. ["Why so glum? You said you wanted to have a picnic in my bed."]
  179. 178. ["Be gentle, stranger. It's my first time on a skateboard."]
  180. 179. ["Excuse me, Miss. I live next door and I got in the wrong h-h-h-HOUSE?! If this is what I think it is, I'm staying!"]
  181. 180. ["Rickie's giving an organ recital."]
  182. 181. [Massage Parlor]
  183. 182. ["Now relax, Miss... I'm just going to pull out a few hares."]
  184. 183. ["Of course, I've worked in the nude before, silly... I peddle my tail on the side."]
  185. 184. ["I must say, you two are being very cool about this situation."]
  186. 185. ["A dick-tater."]
  187. 186. ["Send in the next sexpot, Miss Forbes."]
  188. 187. ["Is this your first time, Sonny?"]
  189. 188. ["Mom said she got screwed the last time she bought a sweeper."]
  190. 189. [Three Monkeys]
  191. 190. ["Now I see why they call her 'The Fuzz'."]
  192. 191. ["One drink, and I've had it... and you can, too, if you want it!"]
  193. 192. ["Your date's a real SWINGER , all right, Buddy... and wait till you see what she swings!"]
  194. 193. [Annual Gay Guys Gathering]
  195. 194. ["Sorry, Sir, we must inspect all your bags!"]
  196. 195. ["Martha, what's that strange car doing in our driveway?"]
  197. 196. ["Now I know why she wanted the pumpkin. It had a candle in it."]
  198. 197. ["Before we go any further, I think you should know I'm Jewish."]
  199. 198. ["Gregory! You're melting my ice cubes again!"]
  200. 199. ["If I'd caught him where she caught him, I wouldn't HAVE him back!"]
  201. 200. ["Since you ask, business is lousy! And it won't get any better with YOU hanging around."]
  202. 201. ["Now just relax... pretend my tool has hair around it."]
  203. 202. ["These rich ginks want everything under glass"]
  204. 203. ["I don't mind STARTING on the bottom, but I also like being on the top once in a while."]
  205. 204. ["Every time I wear a low neckline, Mr. Uptight jumps all over me."]
  206. 205. ["I envy you, Karen. David never gives me flowers without having an ulterior motive."]
  207. 206. ["Maybe your carburetor is flooded?"]
  208. 207. ["Cut... cut! I forgot to take the Pill!"]
  209. 208. ["Can't you see my wife is making a fool of you? She has no intention of buying that mattress!"]
  210. 209. ["If you were really clever, there were several times when you could have got it from me without all this bother."]
  211. 210. ["Now be honest, girl... do you think the one on the left is bigger?"]
  212. 211. [Fish Market]
  213. 212. ["My stomach has stopped rolling, dear... do you think it would be safe now to open my eyes?"]
  214. 213. ["My husband's coming later, so you'd better not write this one on the chest..."]
  215. 214. ["Go on, go on... then what did he do?"]
  216. 215. ["Aren't these beautiful sheets the salesman was demonstarting?"]
  217. 216. ["We can expect a late, late call from the Sultan tonight... there's an old Mae West movie on Channel 11."]
  218. 217. ["Do you promise to love, honor and all those other lies the law wants you to tell?"]
  219. 218. ["Oh, my goodness... you've scared me stiff!"]
  220. 219. ["Gesundheit! Now do you see why I brought along the black pepper?"]
  221. 220. ["You just gotta love a guy that comes back seventeen times!"]
  222. 221. ["Hey, man, don't apologize because you're too busy to meet me at the club. There's a couple of loose ends here I should be getting at, myself."]
  223. 222. ["You've been fondling this all evening... want to take it home with you?"]
  224. 223. ["Don't be shy, I'm a doctor and to me it's just another... WOW!"]
  225. 224. ["I waltz right pass the cops. They never suspect it's my own ace I'm selling."]
  226. 225. ["Now you know why they say... never tell an editor an old joke."]
  227. 226. ["Would you feel better about it if we introduced ourselves first?"]
  228. 227. ["Of course, I'm alone, dear. Do you think I'd let someone in the house while I'm taking a shower?"]
  229. 228. ["Corporal, when was the last time you had a furlough?"]
  230. 229. ["I take it you don't have the rent!"]
  231. 230. ["Butt off, bustard!"]
  232. 231. ["According to all the books I've read, Richard, foreplay does NOT include snoring!"]
  233. 232. ["Why, girl, there's nothing wrong with your... ah... donkey!"]
  234. 233. ["Of course, I didn't see her lips move, silly... she's wearing panties."]
  235. 234. ["Your husband regained consciousness, ma'am... but I had to knock the old fool out again!"]
  236. 235. ["Wilbur has something important to ask you, Dad."]
  237. 236. ["It's either joggers or weirdos... yesterday SHE was chasin' HIM."]
  238. 237. ["What else can you do besides make me want to hire you?"]
  239. 238. ["Tap tenderly, Tiger... it's my first bash."]
  240. 239. ["Have you been waiting long, dear?"]
  241. 240. ["Hi, honey... what's to eat?"]
  242. 241. ["I ought to warn you first... I'm very pregnancy prone."]
  243. 242. ["Put on a little weight since you were in last, Miss Farb?"]
  244. 243. ["Your burner needs cleaning out."]
  245. 244. ["This one comes with a speaker that repeats over and over. 'I love you... I love you...'!"]
  246. 245. ["Hi, there! What will it be, cheese or butter?"]
  247. 246. ["Here... it contains step by step instructions."]
  248. 247. ["I've heard that too much sex can cause blurring of vision."]
  249. 248. ["Is this lady annoy you, sir?"]
  250. 249. ["I'm afraid I'm too tired for a wife swap party. Would you mind going without me tonight, dear?"]
  251. 250. ["That's the one who's in for a sex change operation."]
  252. 251. ["I'm sorry, but I can't take you even if it DID happen doggy style."]
  253. 252. ["Stand back, don't interfere... this may mean a healthy raise for everybody!"]
  254. 253. ["When I offered to take you home afterwards, I didn't know you lived in Australia!"]
  255. 254. ["She turned me down... do you put out?"]
  256. 255. ["Your rod feels nice and smooth...I'll bet you rub it a lot."]
  257. 256. ["Don't worry, warden, you go ahead and make HER, and I'll make my escape!"]
  258. 257. ["If that's MY hat, what's it doing there? And if it ISN'T my hat... what's it doing there!"]
  259. 258. ["No, dear, it can't wait until tomorrow... what's on my desk must be taken care of right away."]
  260. 259. ["That won't do it, man... we'll have to get the hoses!"]
  261. 260. ["This model buttons up the front for quicker quickies."]
  262. 261. ["He tripped and pole vaulted out the window."]
  263. 262. ["You just have to know how to talk to them!"]
  264. 263. ["That's his favorite event... the 'BROAD JUMP'!"]
  265. 264. ["Cigars... cigarettes... sexual intercourse!"]
  266. 265. ["For pete's sake, Evelyn... is that all you think about... SEX?"]
  267. 266. ["You've convinced me, Ms. Libb... a female employee should not be confined to mere typing and filing routines."]
  268. 267. ["If you say it was a flasher, he'll make them all drop their drawers!"]
  269. 268. [This Room Is Sound-Proofed]
  270. 269. ["Bill couldn't make it tonight, so he sent you a bananna."]
  271. 270. ["Come off it, Miss Frixem... you only have to SAY if you take this man!"]
  272. 271. ["How much longer are you gonna rub it before you stick your thing in me?"]
  273. 272. ["But this is impossible... they're both BOYS!!"]
  274. 273. ["I wish the boss would quit smoking... he always spills messy ashes under my dress!"]
  275. 274. ["Fred Fingerfirker! I haven't seen you since Japan! You remember Fred, don't you, honey?"]
  276. 275. ["Man! Thsoe 50¢ tips are cold!"]
  277. 276. ["We must learn to trust each other fully. You can start by giving me your apartment key."]
  278. 277. ["Isn't this where I went in?"]
  279. 278. ["I hate to break up a good thing, but I think your wife's home."]
  280. 279. ["I feel it only fair to tell you that we DO have dressing rooms, Miss."]
  281. 280. ["But I wasn't swimming."]
  282. 281. ["But I distinctly heard you say, 'It's time for breast feeding!'"]
This issue was most recently modified by:
  • Ramon Schenk
  • Chad Wicker
  • Mike Nielsen