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Wallace Tripp's Wurst Seller.

by Wallace Tripp

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A wonderful collection of visual and verbal puns. For example:

A picture of 'William the Conker' conking a saxon on the head. Two bystanders (mice), turn to one another the first mouse comments on the, "Saxon violence." To which his fellow says: "Saxon violins? I don't hear anything."

There's also a big spread about Edward Elgar and conductor Sir Thomas Beecham, heir to the Beecham's Pills empire. If you get the joke, you officially know too much about British music. ( )
  MerricMaker | Jun 22, 2007 |
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