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very strange bird that quacks. It was a little cross-eyed black duck that followed
one of the black leather clad bikers across the lake on his way to
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morning tea at Government house. Not having a bunch of flowers to present to the Governor's lady, the black clad biker picked up the little black duck with the intention of ...
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Removing its feathers so that he could place them in his headband. This, he hoped, would fool the the Governor's lady into thinking he was a North American Indian who had no idea of our quaint customs. The litle black duck had other ideas and.......
pecked at his pecker until the biker
pulled him off with a flourish and threw it out into the lake, taking with it......
Of course I'm brave, I'm afraid of NO man, and only a few women.
the good wishes of the topless barmaids who then ran round to
the other side of the lake threatening violence to anyone who even mentioned secret recipes.
John and barry were nonplussed and couldn't get their headss around these latest developments until.......
Wongo finally turned up with his calculator. "OK! So who wanted to know what 59 plus 38 was?" he yelled across the lake. This unfortunately woke the .......
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treasurer who had been dreaming of a budget surplus.''What's all the noise about'' he asked. Wongo replied ''who wanted to know what 59 plus 38 was''. "That was me'' Swan answered ''we are trying to work out if we should give the pensioners a rise to enable them to
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