Uncle Garabed’s Notebook (Feb. 4, 2017)
WW II Coinage
There are no atheists in the foxholes.
…Rev. William T. Cummings
A Double-entendre Palindrome
At the Grave of a Land-Shark
There was no land, they used to tell,
Old Miller couldn’t trade or sell;
A clever man! I wonder how
He’ll turn the lot he’s stuck with now!
…Ernest G. Moll
The Application of Logic
We purchase precious gems because they strike us as being pretty, even beautiful. Yet we make certain that the article is genuine, by having it professionally appraised. But, if an inexpensive imitation is just as attractive, why don’t we settle for that, as it satisfies our aesthetic sense at little expense?
The serpent moves deviously save when she enters her nest.
Edo: What’s the difference between a gold filling, an expensive wedding, and a maple syrup bucket?
Bedo: A gold filling is an inlay, an expensive wedding is an outlay. But why did you mention the maple syrup bucket?
Edo: To catch you, you sap!
What’s in a Name?
Wolohojian: Variant of Uluhojian, which is Turkish in derivation, identified as a profession, and is defined as great teacher.
Source: Armenian Weekly
Link: Uncle Garabed’s Notebook (Feb. 4, 2017)