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"I love you, too, but with my high cholesterol and your high triglycerides we could never have children."
Finance, Sales, Veal.
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"We're wolves, Jessica. We eat veal."
At last, the movie goers were finally settled and relaxed. However, seconds later, Larry would realize the error of sitting between spooked buffalo and the exit door.
A minotaur waits with his wife.
"Steak, Richard, is just grown up veal."
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The Israelites Create a Golden Calf
'Calf injury, and you?'
Origin of Half-Calf Coffee
'I call this next leg exercise the 'Prodigal Son' - it's just the thing for getting rid of fatted calves.'
"It was different in the old days. They said, 'Git along little dogie,' and, by God, we got along."
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'I guess everything's okay, doc, two legs is showing, one out of each hole."
'I just find it interesting. You remember everything except where your dirty clothes go.'
'Now don't complain Mum: You started it by giving me my first nose-ring...'
'Now that we've got a new bull, is he the calf's stepfather?'
No, I don't have a Dad: Mum says that the Vet came to see her one day and that I was born a few months later...'
"OK, let's double check: mine goes to India while yours goes to Africa..."
"Mum, please jump up and down . . . I feel like a milkshake."
"This is my first!"
"Okay, you can keep 'em, but if they grow any bigger, they'll have to sleep in the kitchen."
"Daddy says he got the promotion: We'll be able to afford to move to greener pastures!"
"Well, team-sports are rather difficult to organise around here: Just keep practising your bilboqiet Darling..."
"Well, that was fun, but now it's a 50 km trek to refill the water pistols..."
'It doesn't say, son, who bottlefed the calf while the cow was out jumping over the moon.'