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Sign on bakery window: Cake 66 cents; upside-down cake 99 cents.

Diner: Waiter, do you have any lobster tails?
Waiter: Certainly, sir. Once upon a time there was a little lobster...

Sign at dairy farm: You can whip our cream, but you can't beat our milk.

One thing is for certain about organic farms: They till it like it is.

Did you hear about the submarine sandwich shop? It went under.

He always ate his burgers plain and gave his condiments to the chef.

Arbitrator: A cook that leaves Arby's to work for McDonald's.

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