If you are not wearing it... sell it!...
or BORROW on it!
You can't enjoy jewelry if it's sitting in your safe
The lads at the corner drugstore were
exchanging stories on their experienc-
es with the opposite sex."Aw!" sniffed
one. "Girls are a dime a dozen!
"Gee," sighed a younger lad who had
remained quiet until
now. "All this time
I've been buying
jelly beans!" (c.
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Soldiers at Ft.
had been told to
beware of the
who, with blood
in his eyes, was looking for the wag
who posted this sign in his mess hall:
"Food will win the war, but how in ...
are we going to get the enemy to eat
here?" (c. 1945)
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The fellow who is advised to pay as he
goes does not need to be advised to go
slow. (c. 1961)
A sign spotted in a French antique
shop in New York: "English and French
Spoken — Cash Understood." (c.
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Humor Through The Ages
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Seen on a sign in a small town in
Pennsylvania: "You Are Leaving Upper
Merion Township. Come Again Soon,
Have A Safe Trip And God's Speed."
Five feet past this sign was one
that read: "God's Speed, 25 Miles Per
Hour!" (c. 1964)
Two visitors to Washington, D.C., were
riding down Constitution Aveue in a
taxi when they passed the National
Seeing an inscription, "What Is Past
Is Prologue" written across the base
of the statue, one asked the cab driver
what it meant.
"That:' said the cabbie, "means
`Brother, you ain't seen nothing yet!"
A sign seen on a windshield in
Birmingham read: "This space
reserved for parking tickets." (c. 1966)
A sign seen in a cab read: "Please do
not discuss politics with me. My spe-
cialty is astrophysics." (c. 1966)
■ ■ ■
A sign seen in Los Angeles on a pan-
handler's placard: Last three days on
this block." (c. 1966);
A golf instructor said to a student,
"Keep your head down." The duffer
replied, "The last time you told me to
do that, I did and somebody stole my
golf cart!" (c. 1967)
A community lassie was told that in
cold weather she should put some dry
gas into her car. Being asked at the gas
station if she wanted super or regular,
she asked,"Which is the driest?" (c.
A heavy drinker was regaling his
friends with tales of his early life and
hard times. "Things were so bad," he
recalled',' that sometimes I had to
live for days on nothing but food and
water." (c. 1971)
Over heard around town: "He's so
cheap that the only time he'll pick up a
check is when it is made out to him;"
"He's so henpecked that the only time
he opens his mouth is to ask his wife
where the mop is;""He's so mean he
would send a get-well card to a hypo-
chondriac." (c. 1971)
The new tax forms have been printed
on Kleenex to keep you comfortable
while you pay through the nose. (c.
Overheard at a local eatery; "I got this
black eye fighting for a girl's honor.
She wanted to keep it." (c. 1972)
A customer was overheard saying to a
waiter, "There is a fly in my soup." The
waiter replied, "It is possible. The chef
used to be a tailor." (c. 1980)
The little girl's alibi for missing school
was not convincing, but it was original.
As she explained to the teacher, "I had
intentional flu." (c. 1981)
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