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"I'll give you an inch."
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Evaluating the humorousness of cartoons.
'Depends on how many people in the yard.'
'I give you an inch, Stanley, and you take a MILE. Whatever a mile is?'
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Bob Found A Different Yardstick For Success And he Felt Swell
When Dinosaurs ruled the Earth.
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London: 13,657,940 Inches.
As it turns out, danger doesn't come in shapes and sizes... the exceptions being the dodecagon and 3 feet 7 inches.
'When I said make them a foot long...I meant 12 inches!'
"They say two feet of snow came down last night!"
Give some people an inch and they'll turn it into a metric system.
'We have to shorten all depot platforms, we misconvernted inches into centimeters and designed the train too wide.'
'I'm sorry I ever told them it's a game of inches.'
'If football's a game of inches, how come everything's in yards?'
'Oops! They have used inches instead of centimetres.'
Any snow last night?
'Talk about a spread. I bet his will go 38 inches.'
"I was in a bad accident up in Canada. I came within a centimeter of my life."