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It was the morning after, and he sat groaning and holding his head.
"Well, if you hadn't drunk so much last night you wouldn't feel so bad now," the wife said tartly.
"My drinking had nothing to do with it," he answered. "I went to bed feeling wonderful and woke up feeling awful. It was the sleep that did it!"

 

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