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There were two tailors in Ireland...

There were two tailors in Ireland at one time and they went to England. One day they went into a Hotel and ordered a good dinner. The first thing that was left on the table to them was a pot of hot mustard. One of them took a spoonful of the mustard and it burned him so much that the tears ran down his face. Then the other man asked him what was wrong with him because he did not think that it was the mustard at all. The man whose tears ran down his face said "my mother died this day twelve months and it is now I thought of her." He said this because he didn't want the other man to know that the mustard had burned him and that was an excuse. Then the

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