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DRINKING JOKE

PAT WAS WALKING DOWN THE STREET ONE DAY AND FOUND A PIECE OF METAL IN THE STREET. IT LOOKED TO HIM LIKE A COIN. HE TOOK IT AND WENT TO A BAR. HE PUT IT ON THE BAR AND SAID "GIVE ME A BEER" THE BARTENDER PICKED IT UP AND THREW IT BACK AT HIM AND SAID "THAT'S TIN" PAT SAID "OH, IS IT TIN? I THOUGHT IT WAS 'FOIVE.' WELL THEN GIVE ME TWO BEERS."

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IRISH DIALECT PRONUNCIATION

Where learned: FLORIDA ; KEY BISCAYNE

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Stupid man or woman
IRIS

Date learned: 09-00-1981

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