The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 6, Issue 2 (June 1, 1931)
So Very Simple
So Very Simple.
Mrs. Murphy was the proud possessor of twin boys, and whilst taking them out in the park, ran across her neighbour, Mrs. Casey.
“Arrah,” said the latter, “an’ it's a perfect pair o’ boys they are; but tell me, how do you manage to tell one from the other? For divil a bit of difference can I see between them.”
Her friend smiled as she rocked her children to and fro in their monster pram.
“Ah,” she replied, “it's quite easy, for, you see, little Mike has a tooth comin’ up and Tim hasn't. So I put my finger in Tim's mouth, an’ if he bites, why, then, it's Mike.”
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