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'$375 a day, and there's no mint under the pillows?'
'Today, a protest by employees of the U.S. mint - they say they're making too much money.'
At the Laff-a-Mint
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The mint on the pillow? Why it's complimentary my dear, Watson!
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'Mint?! These taste like cardboard!'
" 'Complimentary' or not, you can't take ninety million dollars' worth of mints."
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Royal Mint Update - we have found missing gold and seem to have twice as much as before!
"Do you have these in menthol?"
"Could you come back for your money this afternoon? We're having a little problem with our presses."
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'No, it's not a glacier mint - it's all that's left of the polar ice cap.'
'The doctor told me to introduce more greens in my diet.'
'I finally kicked the fire breathing habit, now I'm stuck on mints and I'm gaining weight.'
'I wish you wouldn't put these little mints on my pillow when we stay at hotels. They melt into my hair.'
"You need a mint."
'You know, I could really go for a wafer-thin mint.'
"Nasty caveman breath?"
'No, I wouldn't like a mint, and do you know what the penalty is for attempted bribery of a Federal agent?'
Shampoo and Salad Dressing.
'Your breath is in mint condition. It needs a mint."
"Care for an after-audit mint?"