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Hemingway’s Blonde Jokes.
[Originally published November 18, 2010.]
Q. Why was the blonde staring at the frozen orange juice container?
A. The container brought to mind the Sunday breakfasts with her mother in the days before she took her life.
Q. How many blondes does it take to change a light bulb?
A. Margot preferred darkness.
Q. How can you tell if a blonde has been using your typewriter?
A. The nicotine-stained keys and dried tears.
Q. Why did the blonde drive into the ditch?
A. She was overtaken with despair. No one was awaiting her arrival.
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