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An old Slovak farmer was getting up in years and decided it was time to sell his prized but ancient horse. He decided to place an ad in the paper as follows: "For sale, 1 horse strong but don't looka too good. $75.00"
A few days later a local businessman came to look at the horse. He observed that the horse was indeed very strong,had been expertly groomed,and well taken care of. He then bought the horse on the spot for the agreed price.
A few days went by when the businessman returned in a rage.
"You decieved me, you sold me a horse that is blind in one eye" said the businessman.
The old Slovak replied: "I no decieve you; I said he don't looka too good"!


—Darl Ware, Woodland, Pennsylvania

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