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    Lil' Johnny's mother took him with her to the bank on a busy Friday.
    They were in line behind a rather obese lady wearing a business suit, complete with a pager.

    As the mother patiently waited, Lil' Johnny looked at the women in front of him and observed loudly, "Hey, Mom, she's REALLY FAT."

    The lady looked at Johnny, made eye contact with his mother and gave an understanding smile. Lil' Johnny received a quiet reprimand.

    After a minute or two, Lil' Johnny spread his hands as far as they will go and loudly said, "I bet her butt is *that* wide."

    At this the lady glared at Johnny.
    His embarrassed mother severely scolds her son.

    Again after a couple of minutes Lil' Johnny stated loudly, "Look how the fat hangs over her belt."
    The lady turned and told Johnny's mother to control her rude child and his mother threatened him with his very life and existence.

    Things in the bank are quiet. The lady moved to the front of the line when her pager begins to emit its distinctive tone.

    Lil' Johnny yelled in a panic at the top of his voice, "WATCH-OUT MOM, SHE'S BACKING UP!"

    Regards,
    Marcel
    http://marleb.com
    DW788. -Have fun in the shop or it isn't a hobby anymore.

    NOTE: No trees were killed in the sending of this message, but a large number of electrons were terribly inconvenienced.

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