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    A young woman goes into the doctor's office for a checkup. As she takes off her blouse, he notices a red "H" on her chest. "How did you get that mark on your chest?" asks the doctor. "Oh, my boyfriend went to Harvard and he's so proud of it that he never takes off his Harvard sweatshirt, even when we make love," she replies.
    A couple of days later, another young woman comes in for a checkup. As she takes off her blouse, he notices a blue "Y" on her chest. "How did you get that mark on your chest?" asks the doctor. "Oh, my boyfriend went to Yale and he's so proud of it that he never takes off his Yale sweatshirt, even when we make love," she replies.
    A couple of days later, another young woman comes in for a checkup. As she takes off her blouse, he notices a green "M" on her chest. "Do you have a boyfriend at Michigan?" asks the doctor.
    "No, but I have a girlfriend at Wisconsin. Why do you more...

    The Boyfriend

    Hot 1 year ago

    A girl goes into the doctor's office for a checkup. As she takes off her blouse, the doctor notices a red ''H'' on her chest. "How did you get that mark on your chest?" asks the doctor.
    "Oh, my boyfriend went to Harvard and he''s so proud of it he never takes off his Harvard sweatshirt, even when we make love," she replies.
    A couple of days later, another girl comes in for a checkup. As she takes off her blouse, he notices a blue ''Y'' on her chest. "How did you get that mark on your chest?" asks the doctor. "Oh, my boyfriend went to Yale and he''s so proud of it that he never takes off his Yale sweatshirt, even when we make love," she replies.
    A couple of days later, another girl comes in for a checkup. As she takes off her blouse, he notices a green ''M'' on her chest. "Do you have a boyfriend at Michigan?" asks the doctor.
    "No, but I have a girlfriend at Wisconsin, Why do you ask?"

    Liars

    Hot 7 years ago

    A minister would up the services one morning by saying, "Next Sunday I am going to preach on the subject of liars. And in this connection, as a preparation for my discourse, I would like you all to read the seventeenth chapter of Mark."
    On the following Sunday, the preacher rose to begin, and said, "Now, then, all of you who have done as I requested and read the seventeenth chapter of Mark, please raise your hands."
    Nearly every hand in the congregation went up.
    Then said the preacher, "You are the people I want to talk to. There is no seventeenth chapter of Mark."

    School Sweatshirts

    Hot 1 year ago

    A girl goes into the doctor's office for a checkup. As she takes off her blouse, he notices a red "H" on her chest.

    "How did you get that mark on your chest?" asks the doctor.

    "Oh, my boyfriend went to Harvard and he's so proud of it that he never takes off his Harvard sweatshirt, even when we make love," she replies.

    A couple of days later, another girl comes in for a checkup. As she takes off her blouse, he notices a blue "Y" on her chest.

    "How did you get that mark on your chest?" asks the doctor.

    "Oh, my boyfriend went to Yale and he's so proud of it that he never takes off his Yale sweatshirt, even when we make love," she replies.

    A couple of days later, another girl comes in for a checkup. As she takes off her blouse, he notices a green "M" on her chest.

    "Do you have a boyfriend at Michigan?" asks the more...

    Lost quarto of Hamlet

    Hot 4 years ago

    This recently discovered folio edition of "Hamlet" follows other known
    versions closely until Act V, Scene II, where it begins to diverge at
    line 232, as will be seen:
    KING...'Now the king drinks to Hamlet.' Come, begin,
    And you the judges, bear a wary eye
    Trumpets sound. HAMLET and LAERTES take their stations
    HAMLET: Come on, sir.
    LAERTES: Come, my lord.
    Enter FRED, DAPHNE, VELMA, SHAGGY, AND SCOOBY
    DAPHNE: Wait!
    SHAGGY: Stop the fight!
    HAMLET and LAERTES put up their foils
    KING: I like this not. Say wherefore you do speak?
    FRED: Good lord, I pray thee, let thy anger wait.
    For we, in seeking clues, have found the truth
    Behind the strange events of latter days.
    VELMA: The first clue came from Elsinore's high walls,
    Where, so said Hamlet, Hamlet's ghost did walk.
    Yet though the elder Hamlet met his death,
    And perforce hath been buried in the ground,
    'Tis yet true one would not expect a more...

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