Literary Laughs


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An ancient Greek playwright walks into a tailor shop and approaches the counter holding a robe. He shows the tailor a large hole torn in the side of the robe.

The tailor looks at him and said "Euripides?”

The playwright responds, “Eumenides.”


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Snort. They sound Italian, though.


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My pencil isn’t prone to making Freudian slips but my penis.