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Capped at Mon 11:45 PM.cambria36   
Stop that timber-train to let the lumberjack off..!!!
Capped at Mon 11:44 PM.cambria36   
Timber Train stops to let (guess who) off?
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Capped at Mon 10:53 PM.Tommys_Dad
There ya go, Mrs Ellsworth, good as new. That'll be $4,000 please.
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Capped at Mon 10:20 PM.Tommys_Dad
She seems nice.
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Capped at Mon 08:38 PM.tinaw   
" . . . and a freak in the bed."
Capped at Mon 08:01 PM.pekejebe
Yeah...well, if I had a round tuit every time I heard that one...
Capped at Mon 07:18 PM.tinaw   
"Geez that AI was hard to kill."
Capped at Mon 07:04 PM.tinaw   
"Alpo represent, bitch!"
Capped at Mon 07:03 PM.tinaw   
"Here! Catch my flashlight!"
Capped at Mon 02:56 PM.Thumbnail
We need your desk to make sandwiches.
Capped at Mon 02:54 PM.Thumbnail
No, that is not my bad cavity, mine is prettier, if you know what I mean.
Capped at Mon 02:52 PM.Thumbnail
Mrs. Ellsworth, word on the street is you have a pretty bad cavity, which we are hoping is street slang.
Capped at Mon 02:48 PM.Thumbnail
Get in here, Harold, my round tuit just deflated.
Capped at Mon 02:33 PM.flavio   
Let's down hair. The classic Librarian transformation scene
Capped at Mon 02:07 PM.cambria36   
That's a pretty bad cavity, Mrs. Ellsworth.
Capped at Mon 02:06 PM.cambria36   
This oughta stop that damned Timber-Train.
Capped at Mon 01:58 PM.Tommys_Dad
Hey, the kids should'a gotten off her lawn.
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Capped at Mon 01:56 PM.Tommys_Dad
When locomotives switched from steam to diesel, firemen were replaced with masseuses.
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Bert "144b" Tilley, December 21, 1963 to February 20, 2006.