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Good Bastards Gag of the Week


Good Bastards Gag of the Week

Little paddy was lost at a large shopping mall.

He approached a uniformed policeman and said, "I've lost my dad!"

The cop asked, 'What's he like?"

Little Paddy replied, "Beer and women with big tits."

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