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The cow lost its signalling device so we'll have to rebel.
 
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A lot of people use Twitter but military men can only send a message once since they hate to re-tweet.

That reminds me of an awful joke someone once aggravated me with. A "friend" stood next to me and inncocently asked, "Did you ever hear what a two-hundred-pound canary sounds like?"
I said, "No, I have never heard one that big."
He then yelled as loudly as he could in my ear, "TWEEEEEEEEEET!"
After I had somewhat recovered, he asked, "Do you want to learn what a two-hundred-pound skunk smells like?"
I left before he showed me.
 
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We'll have to REDISTRIBUTE the crimson dye among the pirates for ransom.
 
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A woman backed into an airplane propellor. Disaster.
You may have heard that before but not that she is looking for a rebuttal.
 
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Is a lifeboat full of male models a hunky-dory?
 
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Nah, that's a Bohemian rowboat. And a rowboat is one in which people argue. And if the preceeding seems disjointed, it's because someone stole Proofreader's marijuana.


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I here they're sending his will back to the Courts for a second evaluation. I"m not surprised; I always knew he was an old REPROBATE.
 
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I've figured out how government works: Since "con" is the opposite of "pro," we've got Constitution and prostitution.


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Similarly - the CONGRESS is the opposite of PROGRESS ?

(a cynic's Oldie-but-Goodie)
 
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Members of the legislature are now required to sit at the back of the bus in a move called congregation.
 
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If you pay for congress, it's prostitution. Wink


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If you can figure out how to take the shame out of
using a chemical detergent, then paradoxically
you will have made a DISodium phosphate !
 
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I can't say "phosphate" without getting the front of my shirt wet.


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After Lorena hacked at John Bobbitt, do you think she helped him remember what happened?
 
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After all the rain we've had in Rhode Island, we're asking God to deriver us.
 
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Just be careful not to forfeit your sled again - that would be another DELUGE.

(I think someone used that one already...)
 
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Highwayman to offal purveyor: "Stand and deliver!"


Build a man a fire and he's warm for a day. Set a man on fire and he's warm for the rest of his life.
 
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If nothing else will get rid of those grub-digging varmints who make tunnels in your lawn, you may have to resort to DEMOLITION.
 
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Or if you're in the Mason's youth auxiliary in Canada, and you want to get rid of those varmints, you have to DeMole, ay.


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You can place a mole on Mary, and put one on Jane, but don't molester.
 
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True. With Ester you have to put an alcohol on an acid.


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Over at OEDILF, one lim mentioned that you disjoint a chicken but dismember a heron. Amazingly you can to either or both to a male human.
 
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If someone take the wind out of your sails, is that DISGUSTING?
 
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If a curvy woman puts on lots of weight is she disfigured?


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Turn it around - a skinny woman who puts on weight in the right places has been configured.
 
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She's CON-figured if she uses silicone.


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Before the Civil War, southern estate owners did plastic surgery on their implantations.
 
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So THAT's what all that cotton was for!


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The Bosc and the Anjou are all missing from my fruit salad! Please explain this disappearance.
 
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Don't dispearage the salad!


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I know a couple named Bartlett. They're the Bartlett pair to me.


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The Devil's actual name is Bartlett. That show's he's impaired.
 
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How would you define "impair" ?

He's a real son-of-a-devil !
 
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Impair? - to decouple of course.


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I saw a performance of The Mikado once in which in the last scene the director inserted just four words of her own bit of whimsy, with great effect:

MIKADO: ...But my difficulty is that, as you have slain the Heir Apparent----

(enter Nanki-Poo and Yum-Yum. They kneel.)

NANKI: The Heir Apparent is not slain!

MIKADO: (with amazement) An heir!

NANKI: A parent!



...Nobody in the audience was expecting that.
 
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Prince Edward was overcome with libido when he pursued Wallis Simpson. In an effort to reduce his amorousness, doctors injected him with chemicals in an attempt to dispassioned.
 
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The trouble with this game is I can never remember what we've done. Bet you've seen this one before:

As a result of his crime, Cain was permanently "dis-abeled".
 
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Wrong! Cain's trouble was he was abel-bodied.
 
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Please, don't worry about the skunk. It's a pet and it's distinct.
 
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Has the guitar-playing lawyer who's been forbidden to play chords in the courtroom any more been disbarred?
 
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No, he's discordant.
 
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If separated from a religious commune that cuts up animals are you dissect?


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Has the guitar-playing lawyer who's been forbidden to play chords in the courtroom any more been disbarred?


No, I believe that was the naughty ballet student.
 
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No, that was the ostracized owl.
 
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And here I thought it was the disgraced Shakespearean actor...
 
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Or maybe a released convict is disbarred.
 
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I think I may have mentioned previously that I thought disbarred had something to do with a gymnast falling off the parallels, but having rethought it I have now decided it's when you are allowed access again. Then again maybe it's when they turn a former prison into high density accommodation.

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I recall my father causing a commotion in a lounge, upon which the owner said, "That's it. You're disbarred."
 
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...the owner said, "That's it. You're disbarred."


Or did DISBARRED apply to the guy who got thrown out of the pizza shop ?
 
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Next time I catch my daughter playing a computer game when she should be doing her homework, I'm going to tell her to display that thing straight away.


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