The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 6, Issue 5 (November 2, 1931)
Esau Wood saw a saw saw wood as no other wood-saw Wood saw would saw wood. Indeed, of all the wood-saws Wood ever saw saw wood, Wood never saw a wood-saw that would saw wood as the wood-saw Wood saw saw wood would saw wood, and I never saw a wood-saw that would saw as the wood-saw Wood saw would saw, until I saw Esau Wood saw wood with the wood-saw Wood saw saw wood.
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The teacher was examining the class in physiology.
“Mary, you tell us,” she asked; “what is the function of the stomach?”
“The function of the stomach,” the little girl answered, “is to hold up the petticoat.”
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“Sam, Ah jes' seen a alligator eatin’ our younges’ chile.”
“Sho’, nuff? You know, Ah thought sump'n been gittin’ our chillun!”—Life.