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Pearls of Wisdom Jokes
There was a genre of one-liner on the old Arthur Godfrey radio show which I've not found in this collection, so I'd like to post two and see if anyone remembers or can create any others:

1. She was only a gambler's daughter, but her eyes were like a par-a-dise.

1. She was only a gardener's daughter, but she sure knew how to plant her tu-lips.


—Ichabod Schloppenheimer III, Royalton (Birthplace),, Minnesota

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