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time for some dreadfull puns

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time for some dreadfull puns

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Re: time for some dreadfull puns

Puns on paper? No way, they'd be tear-able Cheesy

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Was it raining? Just think of all those wet reams.
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Re: time for some dreadfull puns

Both Poly & St Irene
will be out of the office for quite a while, as they have to, get some reams of paper for the copier Wink
Perhaps the paper wanted to escape & to go back to the their mother nature Tongue
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Re: time for some dreadfull puns

I suppose we'll have page after page of irrelevant pun's now.
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