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    Knock knock!
    Who's there?
    Honeydew who?
    Honeydew you want to come out tonight?



    Peas would rule the planets,
    and love would clear the bars.
    It was the dawning of the Age of Asparagus.


A Buddhist Monk walks up to the New York City hot dog vendor and says "make me one with everything".

The Monk hands the vendor a $20 bill.

The vendor puts the bill into his pocket and the Monk inquires about his change.

The vendor says change must come from within.


    And God said, 'Let there be vodka !'

      And He saw that it was good.

    Then God said, 'Let there be light !'

      And then He said, 'Whoa -- too much light'.

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