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ME ALL FACE

ON A COLD WINTER DAY AN INDIAN AND A WHITE MAN WERE WALKING ALONG
TOGETHER. THE INDIAN HAD ONLY A BLANKET ON WHILE THE WHITE MAN
WAS ALL BUNDLED UP WITH CLOTHES. THE WHITE MAN COMPLAINING SAID
TO THE INDIAN, "I AM COLD WITH ALL MY CLOTHES AND YOU, WITH ONLY
A THIN BLANKET, DO NOT SEEM TO BE COLD AT ALL."
"IS YOUR FACE COLD?" THE INDIAN ASKED.
"MY FACE IS NOT COLD, BUT EVERYTHING ELSE IS FREEZING."
"ME ALL FACE," SAID THE INDIAN.

Submitter comment: SEE JAF LXXVI(1963), 340-342 AND LXXVII(1964),258.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; GARDEN CITY

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Tale

Date learned: NOT GIVEN

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