Little Johnny was sitting on a park bench munching on one candy bar after another.
After the sixth one a man on the bench across from him said, "Son, you know eating all that candy isn’t good for you. It will give you acne, rot your teeth, make you fat."
Little Johnny replied, "My grandfather lived to be 107 years old."
The man asked, "Did your grandfather eat 6 candy bars at a time?"
Little Johnny answered, "No, he minded his own business!"
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- n. Two-masted square-rigged ship. [abbreviation of *brigantine] - n. Scot. & n.engl. Bridge. [var. Of *bridge1] BRIM
—n. - edge or lip of a vessel.
- projecting edge of a hat. —v. (-mm-) fill or be full to the brim. brim over overflow. [origin unknown] BRIT
n. Colloq. British person. [abbreviation]
Abbr. Brothers (esp. In the name of a firm).
n. - forehead.
- eyebrow. - summit of a hill etc. - edge of a cliff etc. [old english] BTHU
Abbr. (also b.t.u., btu, b.th.u.) British thermal unit(s).
n. (pl. -es) inflamed swelling in the armpit or groin. [greek boubon groin]
—n. - male deer, hare, rabbit, etc.
- archaic dandy. - (attrib.) Slang male. —v. - (of a horse) jump upwards with its back arched. - (usu. Foll. By off) throw (a rider) in this way. - (usu. Foll. By up) colloq. A cheer up. B hurry up; make an effort. [old english] - n. Us slang dollar. [origin unknown] - n. Slang (in poker) article placed before the next dealer. pass the buck colloq. Shift responsibility (to another). [origin unknown] BUFF
—adj. Of a yellowish beige colour (buff envelope). —n. - this colour.
- (in comb.) Colloq. Enthusiast (railway buff). - velvety dull-yellow ox-leather. —v. - polish (metal etc.). - make (leather) velvety. in the buff colloq. Naked. [originally = buffalo, from french buffle] BULB
n. - a globular base of the stem of some plants, sending roots downwards and leaves upwards. B plant grown from this, e.g. A daffodil.
- = *light-bulb. - object or part shaped like a bulb. [latin bulbus from greek, = onion]
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