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SUNDAY BRUNCH

Pint-Sized Punch Lines

July 12, 1998

* What did one tonsil say to the other? "We must be in San Juan Capistrano--here comes another swallow." (George Saravia Jr., 8, San Dimas, Christ Lutheran School)

* How did the wicked wolf disguise himself as a sheep? He got lamb-inated. (Nicholas Ingram, 6, Fountain Valley, Cox Elementary)

* What did the cows give each other when they met at the ice cream parlor? A milkshake. (Charlotte Lee, 9, West Covina, Mesa Elementary)

* How can you tell if an elephant is a prizefighter? He will be wearing a championship trunk. (Tony Barra, 9, Corona del Mar, Harbor View Elementary)

* If Dracula and Frosty the Snowman married, what would they name their first child? Frostbite. (James Jesse de Leon, 9, West Hills, Pomelo Drive Elementary)

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