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Old 09-10-2005, 10:11 AM   #1
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Paul Revere had just discovered that someone in Boston was a spy for the British, and when he saw the young woman believed to be the spy's girlfriend in an Italian restaurant, he said to the waiter, 'Hold the spumoni -- I'm going to follow the chick an' catch a Tory.'"
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Paul Revere had just discovered that someone in Boston was a spy for the British, and when he saw the young woman believed to be the spy's girlfriend in an Italian restaurant, he said to the waiter, 'Hold the spumoni -- I'm going to follow the chick an' catch a Tory.'"
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That is so bad in so many ways and on so many levels!
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As a non italian american I am ROFL
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