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    Wayne Carey and Mark Bickley are enjoying a lunch at a fancy West Lakes
    restaurant.

    The waitress approaches their table to take their order. She is young and
    very attractive.
    She asks Mark what he wants, and he replies, "I'll have the heart-healthy
    salad."

    Very good, sir " she replies. Turning to Carey she asks, "And what do you
    want, Wayne?"

    Carey answers, "How about a quickie?"

    Taken aback, the waitress slaps him and says, "I'm shocked and disappointed
    in you.
    I thought you were on the straight and narrow and committed to
    highprinciples and morality,
    not like last year. I'm sorry you have joined the Crows."

    With that, the waitress departed in a huff.

    Bickley leans over to Carey, and says, "Wayne, I believe that's pronounced
    'quiche' ".

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