Fun_People Archive
15 Feb
Starving with a tiger and Boy's Life in 1973

Date: Wed, 15 Feb 95 00:11:53 PST
From: Peter Langston <psl>
To: Fun_People
Subject: Starving with a tiger and Boy's Life in 1973

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Griffin's Thought: When  you  starve  with  a  tiger,  the  tiger
    starves last.

[But you don't starve first...  -psl]


Boy's Life, May 1973:

Ralph: Dad, will you do my math for me tonight?
Dad: No, son, it wouldn't be right.
Ralph: Well, you could try.

Lionel: What's the difference between a teacher and an engineer?
Tyronne: A teacher trains minds; an engineer minds trains.

  A hunter hired a Maine guide to lead him though the wilderness.  By
the end of the third day, the hunter discovered that they were walking
in circles.  "We're lost," complained the hunter.  "I thought you were
the best guide in Maine." "I am," replied the guide, "but we're in New
Hampshire now.'

Whittaker:  When shouldn't a mountain climber call for help?
Edmond:  When he's hanging by his teeth.

Dan: Mom, I's sick.
Mom: When does it hurt?
Dan: Doing the dishes.

What's the new halfback's name?" asked the coach of the trainer.
"Ossowinsinsiski," the trainer answered. "Good," said the coach with
satisfaction.  "Put him on the first team.  Boy, will I get even with
those wise newspaper reporters!"


Boy's Life July 1973

There was a young lady from Kent
Whose nose was most terribly bent
One day she chose
To follow her nose
And nobody knows where she went!

Tom: What has two humps and is found in Alaska?
Jerry: A lost camel.

Bystander: Have an accident?
Victim: No, thanks, I just had one.

Doctor: What's the condition of the boy who swallowed the quarter?
Nurse: No change yet.

Wheather: What's worse than raining cats and dogs?
Ornort: Hailing taxies.

[=] © 1995 Peter Langston []