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A distinguished young woman on a flight from Switzerland asked the Priest beside her, "Father, may I ask a favour ?" "Of course. What may I do for you ?" "Well, I bought an expensive electronic hairdryer that is well over the Customs limits And I'm afraid they'll confiscate it. Is there anyway you could carry it through Customs for me ? Under your robes perhaps ?" "I would love to help you, dear, but I must warn you: I will not lie." "With your honest face, Father, no one will question you." When they got to Customs, she let the priest go ahead of her. The official asked, "Father, do you have anything to declare ?" "From the top of my head down to my waist, I have nothing to declare." The official thought this answer strange, so asked, "And what do you have to declare from your waist to the floor ?" "I have a marvelous instrument designed to be used on a woman, But which is, to date, unused." Roaring with laughter, the official said, "Go ahead, Father. Next please."

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A stutterer returned from a couple of weeks of expensive and intensive stuttering therapy program in a distant city. His friends asked how the therapy had gone. "Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers," the stutterer said, completely very fluent. His friends could not speak "Peter Piper....." babbling themselves so they asked how he achieved it. "Y-y-y-yes, b-b-b-but it's h-h-hard t-to w-w-work th-that into a c-c-c-conversation,c-c-c-conversation

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"When I lost my rifle, the Army charged me 85 dollars. That is why you know in the Navy the Captain goes down with the ship."

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I was asked to give a toast at the wedding of my longtime friend Jinesh. We had shared many happy, foolish, personal secrets and other get togetherness. To reveal a few of them, bring laughs and yet to maintain the dignity of this momentous events of my friend's life, I was puzzled what to say. With a sparkling champagne toast to offer I rose to speak from groom's podium table. My friend Jinesh looked terrified what I was going to say, how ludicrous he would look and how he would explain all that later to the wife. I gave him a look of a villain, laughed at him and then spoke to the audience: "For last three months groom has been so much worried about what I would say, that out of fear he has kneeled to the bride and confessed of everything that I possibly would say. He has taken winds out of my sail. Happy life sailing to both them. Offered the toast and sat down."