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“When Lemon was Given Life, He Did NOT Make Lemonade” by Richard F. Yates

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“Too Poor to Arm Himself” by Richard F. Yates

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“The Flooch Joke” by Charlie Centipede

Questioner: “How many flooches does it take to flooch the National Flooch Store?” Interlocutor: “I don’t know. How many flooches DOES it take to flooch the National Flooch Store?” Questioner answers: “35!” Interlocutor: “Ha! Ha! Ha! That’s a classic!” —Charlie … Continue reading

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“Eyewitness Testimony” by Some Brainiac

Eyewitness testimony is often phallical. —Some Brainiac

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“Another Joke – So Bad That It Hurts” by Richard F. Yates

A cactus walks into a bar with a scowl on its face, and the bartender says, “Why so prickly?” (Ba-dump-chhh!) —Richard F. Yates

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“A Seriously Terrible Joke” by Richard F. Yates

Question: How did Pac-Man lose all that weight? Answer: Wocka wocka wocka… —Richard F. Yates

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