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A woman goes into the local newspaper office to see that theobituary for her recently deceased husband is published. Afterthe editor informs her that the fee for the obituary is 50cents a word, she pauses, reflects and then says, "Well, then, let it read 'Fred Brown died'."Confounded at the woman's thrift, the editor stammers that thereis a 7-word minimum for all obituaries. The woman pauses again, counts on her fingers and replies, "In that case, 'Fred Browndied: 1983 Pick-up for sale'."
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Miss Jones, we can't employ you as a model, the editor from themen's magazine explained. "It's too obvious that your blonde hairisn't natural, since the hair between your legs is black." The model picked up a paperweight and slammed it down on the editor'sfingers. "What the hell did you do that for!" he exploded. She smiled sweetlyand said, "Look at your fingers. They're turning black, right? Andthey've only been banged once."
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The obituary editor of the Jerusalem Post is not one to admit his mistakes easily. One day he got a phone call from an irate subscriber. The caller complained that his name had been printed in the obituary column.
"Really?" replied the editor calmly. "And where are you calling from?"
A professor of English and the editor of the local newspaper had many friendly arguments. One Friday evening the professor was walking out of a local club with
a bottle of whiskey wrapped in that day`s newspaper.
"Oh!" said the editor, who was walking past. "Looks like there`s something interesting in that paper."
"Aye," replied the professor. "It`s the most interesting item that`s been in it all week.
A woman goes into the local newspaper office to see that the obituary for her recently deceased husband is published. After the editor informs her that the fee for the obituary is 50 cents a word, she pauses, reflects and then says, "Well, then, let it read' Fred Brown died'." Confounded at the woman's thrift, the editor stammers that there is a 7-word minimum for all obituaries. The woman pauses again, counts on her fingers and replies, "In that case,' Fred Brown died: 1983 Pick-up for sale'."