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  • Punchlines

    Punchlines

    ...and so the Rabbi said "That's the last time I'm lending you MY billy goat!"

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  • Black and White

    Black and White

    "For God's sake! Why can't we discuss these things properly? Everything's always so 'black-and-white' with you, isn't...

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  • An Old Proverb Revisited

    An Old Proverb Revisited

    Proof once more that a rolling stone gathers no moss...

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  • Private Life of the Smiley Face (4)

    Private Life of the Smiley Face (4)

    The pressures of international fame start to force the smiley face into an increasingly dark and reclusive lifestyle.

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  • Crabs

    Crabs

    The doctors thought Geoffrey was playing a weak and inane practical joke until he pointed out that he also had gonorr...

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  • Public Health Warning: Radicalism

    On behalf of the Home Secretary, a public health warning on the symptoms of radicalism.

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  • Physics Man attempts to charm a young lady

    Physics Man attempts to charm a young lady

    Physics Man, in the bar after a challenging lecture, espies an attractive young lady...

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