Manure – Birth Place Of Flies


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Flies hatch in manure or rubbish, live upon all that is filthy, and then come to our tables and get into our food.


“Happy New Year!” says The Monkey

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4 Responses to Manure – Birth Place Of Flies

  1. Terry Murray says:

    At first, I read this as “Manure – Birth Place of FILES.” Mine, anyway.

  2. David Marc Klein says:

    Is this where the phrase “someone cut the cheese” comes from?

  3. Moishe’s Manure Factory was known for producing the finest manure and in mass quantities too. One day a jealous competitor put cheese in the animal feed and Moishe almost went out of business. The always resourceful Moishe bought all the day-old prune hamentashen in town and soon business was booming as usual.

  4. David Marc Klein says:

    Ah yes, this brings back memories of Moishe’s Manure Factory.

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