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The wife appeared before the judge and said, “I want a divorce.”

The judge said, “Why do you want a divorce?”

“Because my husband is a terrible lover.”

“How long have you been married?”

“Fourteen years.”

“I don’t understand,” said the judge. “Why wait 14 years to divorce your husband if he’s a terrible lover?”

She said, “Because, your honour, until that salesman stopped by last week, I didn’t know."

 

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