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by Phil from Omaha, Nebraska USA
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During World War Two America shipped all kinds of supplies to our gallant Russian allies,including some Vaseline. The Russians asked for more Vaseline, and more was sent. The Russians asked for more and more Vaseline, and before long simply enormous amounts of Vaseline were being shipped to them on a regular basis.
No one could figure out what the Russians were doing with all that Vaseline, and it was finally decided to ask them. A message was sent saying "What are you doing with the Vaselne?" Before long a reply was received, and it said this: "We find it is very good when spread on black bread."
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