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Let's Hear It - Rhetoric Vol.2

Women who have lived through 50 years of hard - learned lessons
are entitled to live the way they want to during the next 50 years.

A Young Philosopher

"What is it, dear?"
"It seems to me that a 'silly question' is something that you don't know the answer to."

A Dreadful Possibility

Little Girl: "When is my birthday, Mother?"
Her Mother: "On the thirty-first of this month, dear."
Little Girl: "Oh! Mother! Supposing this month had had only thirty days, where would I have been?"

His Sphere

"His versatility is something extraordinary."
"I had an idea he was rather stupid."
"That's just it. I never met a man who could make more different kinds of a fool of himself."

Life's Difficulties

Father: "Why you cry son, what's the matter?"
Small boy (tearfully): "Oh, Dad, I do so want to give this worm to fish."
Father: "Then why don't you?"
Small boy (with renewed wails): "'C-cos I'm so afraid the worm won't like it."

The most important trip you may take in life is meeting people halfway.


The proverb, "Where there's a will there's a way" is now revised to "When there's a bill we're away."



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The famous New York preacher and author, some years ago took charge of the local Presbyterian Church in Illinois. Shortly after going there he required the services of a physician, and on the advice of one of his parishioners called in a doctor noted for his ability properly to emphasize a good story, but who attended church very rarely. He proved very satisfactory to the young preacher, but for some reason could not be induced to render a bill. Finally preacher, becoming alarmed at the inroads the bill might make in his modest stipend, went to the physician and said, "See here, Doctor, I must know how much I owe you."
After some urging, the physician replied: "Well, I'll tell you what I'll do with you, preacher. They say you're a pretty good preacher, and you seem to think I am a fair doctor, so I'll make this bargain with you. I'll do all I can to keep you out of heaven if you do all you can to keep me out of hell, and it won't cost either of us a cent. Is it a go?"


Why do toasters always have a setting so high that could burn the toast to a horrible crisp, which no decent human being would eat?