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    In the pub on Saturday night, I noticed two very large women toward the end of the bar.

    They both had strong accents, so I said, "Hi, are you two girls from Scotland ?"

    One of them chirped " 'Tis WALES you idiot !!!"

    So I immediately apologized and said, "Sorry, are you two whales from Scotland ?"

    And that's when the lights went out...
    May the wind at you back .....
    Not be from Lunch.

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    Oh my Rod your too much. I'll have to pass that one around at work. On a side note when I was stationed in England there was a girl when hung out at the club on base. She was on the heave side and had a nick name of Orka you know the kill whale she alway wore black and white.
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      Nice one...
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