A suggestion for impecunious parties
Edward G. Dalziel
Fun (13 October 1880): 150
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Old Countrywoman (to Squire’s small daughter, who has brought a message from the Hall: — “Thank yewe papa, an’ day I’ll call fur the soup and scraps this afternoon, an’ roight glad I am, fur I can’t make both ends meet now.”
Squire’s Small Daughter (innocently): — “Then why don»t you make one end vegetables, Mrs. Hoggins?”
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