|Profession||Medicine - Neurology|
Liberal with Libertairian leanings - fiscally conservative
|Favorite Sport||Track &Field - Athletics|
|Emphasis-Roots||Slovak - American|
"If you eat this toad, you'll win 100 gold pieces from me".
"Give it to me!"
Eater of the toad stops in the middle.
"I'll give you your money back, if you finish it".
"Give it to me", says the other, fearful of his money. As he is done eating, they look at each other puzzled: "why did we eat this toad?"
from Odlomená haluz (A Broken Bough) 1934 by GEJZA VÁMO Slovak author 1901 - 1956
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