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|Religious gaffes are served up in a family-friendly style in this riotous collection of bona fide stories and puns related to traditions of worship.|
|GRINNING PHOTOGRAPHS She had a picture taken with her wedding harness |
on — It surely did look good enough to eat ; It made a splendid half-tone for the
common herd to con ; They cried: " Who e'er saw anything so sweet? " They had
|He grinned at that, for his sense of feeling did not make the miscalculation known |
; he happened to see. And he grinned because the situation was so bad that he
might as well. The schooner had ceased to roll so violently. She lifted slower to ...
|And Casey gravely handed a dime to the grinning Cummings, while the players |
laughed. At the door, Barney released his shivering victim. "Never insult a poor
devil because he looks too sick to hit you. If you had said what you said to either ...
|and I discovered that the less I said the better pleased the ladies seemed to be. I |
found, however, that the best way to get on was to grin amazingly, and, having
served a long apprenticeship to the horse- collar, I grinned accordingly. Grinning
|The man grinned sheepishly. “I don't see what you've got to be ashamed of,” said |
Joe. “Oh, I ain't got nothin' to be ashamed of.” Joe took no heed of the insinuation
conveyed in the strongly accented I. “Have a weed?” He proffered a ten-center ...
|"I can sleep under a blanket of snow, outsqueezc a boa constrictor, and outwit the |
slyest fox in the woods! l'm your man!" ln one of his speeches, Davy got so carried
away that he boasted he'd once grinned an old raccoon right out of a tree.
|the teenage girl grinned as she arrived at Jory's side. “How're you doing, Corinne|
?” grinned Jory in turn as she hugged her sixteen-year-old sister. “Hey, Corinne!”
grinned Missy as she rounded the back of the car to Jory's side, where she ...