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Talking Dog

The scene opens in a restaurant where a waiter is taking a customer's order. A man walks in with a dog. Upon seeing the dog a conversation begins between the agitated waiter and the man.

Waiter: "Hey! You can't bring that dog in here."

Man: "You don't understand sir, this is no ordinary dog. This is a talking dog."

The waiter looks very skeptical.

Waiter: "I'm sorry sir, but the dog will have to go."

Man: "I'll tell you what. If I can prove that my dog can talk, Will you let him stay?"

Reluctantly the Waiter agrees.

The man gets his dog's attention and begins to ask him three questions.

Man: "What is on top of a house?"

Dog: (barking)"Roof"

Man: "What is the opposite of smooth?"

Dog: (barking)"Ruff"

Man: "Who was the greatest baseball player of all time?"

Dog: (barking)"Ruth"

The waiter is furious and throws the man and his dog out of the restaurant.

The man and his dog are sitting on the curb outside the restaurant when the dog turns to the man.

Dog: "Who should I have said, Joe DiMaggio?"

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