Sss….tttt….ttt…u..tte…..ring Anecdotes!!! (Post No.5304)

Compiled by London swaminathan

Date: 9 August 2018


Time uploaded in London – 11-43 AM (British Summer Time)


Post No. 5304


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Henry Guy Carleton, wit, journalist and playwright, had an impediment in his speech about which he used to joke. Meeting Nat Godwin, the comedian, one day he asked
G G Godwin, c c can you g g give m m me f f fifteen m m minutes?

Certainly, replied the comedian, what is it?
I w w want to have a f f five minutes c c conversation with you .



Charles Lamb mocked by Coleridge!

Stammering, says Coleridge, is sometimes the cause of a pun. Some one was mentioning in Lambs presence the cold heartedness of the Duke of Cumberland, in restraining the Duchess in rushing up to the embrace of her son, whom she had not seen for a considerable time , and insisting on her receiving him in state. . How horribly cold it was, said the narrator.
Yes, said Lamb in his stuttering way, it you know he is the Duke of C Cu cum ber land!





Fear of demolishing Buildings!

A big hulk of a man, somewhat sinister in appearance, accosted a small dapper gentleman on the street, and asked,
C c can you t t tell me how to g g get to the C c city Hall?

The small man paled and turning on his heels , fled down the street. Angered and exasperated, the big man pursued him. They raced for several blocks until the little mans wind gave out and he was overtaken and captured. The big man seized him by the arm and cried angrily,
W w what do you m m mean running away w w when I ask you a c c civil question?

The little man looked up and gasped,
D d d do you t t think I wanted my block knocked off?

Xxxx Subham xxx

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