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A Joke about Marriage

” Smith meets his old friend Brown and tells him he has decided to get married:
” Who is the girl ?”
” Jane Huggins of Camberley ”
” Are you mad ? ” asks Brown astonished.
” Do you know her ?”
” I do know of her. And so does everybody else in the district. She has been in bed with half of Camberley.” Six months later they meet again and Smith tells his friend that he is married.
” Who is your wife ?”
” Jane Huggins of Camberley.”
” But how could you ?” exclaims Brown.
“Didn’t I tell you that every other man at Camberley had been in bed with her ?”
” Yes ” says Smith, ” but afterwards I went to Camberley¬† and – well, it’s quite a small place.”

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In tristitia hilaris, in hilaritate tristis! Carl William Brown is a webmaster, trader, teacher and writer. He founded both Daimon Club and Fortattack.

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