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The key word in that sentence being “children”... (I like children. Couldn’t eat a whole one, but I like ‘em… )
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[Laughs] One Liners III
1. I haven’t lost my mind, I know exactly where I left it.
2. I know it all. I just can’t remember it all at once.
3. I like kids, but I don’t think I could eat a whole one.
Man Walks into a Bar:
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By Stephen Arnott and Mike Haskins
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I like kids, but I don’t think I could eat a whole one.
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By Grant Tucker
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I like children, really, I do. But I don’t think I could eat a whole one.
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By Logan Murray
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For example, the previous day you might have written: ‘I like children’ and today you might supply the afterthought (as W.C. Fields did) ‘but I couldn’t eat a whole one’ or ‘they’re much easier to beat at kickboxing’.