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M en who arc getting on in years should console them· selves with the thought that when they get too old to set bad examples, they can always start giving advice. The reason today's girls will do things their mothers wouldn't think of doing is that their mothers didn't t11ink of doing t11eru. 59 Latest word we have (rom Hollywood concerns a young producer moving into lavish new offices who had his interior decorator on the carpet because she'd forgouen to include a studio couch. Charlie entered the airlines ticket office in a rush, but did a double-take almost immediately: the girl behind the ticket counter was as magnificently endowed with feminine equipment as any girl he could ever remember seeing.

J'l I ~ Muster some sympathy for the dilemma of the out-ofwork stripteaser: all undressed and no place to ~how. An engaging but somewhat vacant young lady we met recently thought "vice versa" meant dirty poems. They moved apart as Frank lit their cigan:ttcs; then she snuggled close to him again and pulled the bedsheets up around tl1eir chins. " 51 Sipping her second alexander, the green-eyed secretary demanded of her girl friend, "You've been dating Harold since you were both kids, and the relationship doesn't seem to be going anywhere.

A wag-about-town we know told us recemly that his current girlfriend is truly electric. " M ike had just moved into his apartment and decided he should get acquainted with his across-the-hall neigh· bor. \Vhen the door was opened he was pleasamly surprised to be confronted by a young damsel considerably more than passing fair, and considerably Jess than fully dad. Though justifiably flustered by this smiling apparition. " T oo often, when you tell a secret to a girl, it goes in one ear and in another.

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