KEEP CHEERY. (THE PINK UN.) KEEP CHEERY.
No. 3268. LONDON: SATURDAY MAY 8, 1926. PRICE THREE PENCE.
Our weather, we are told, leaves the Australians speechless.
You don't want Australian cricketers to describe it; you want Australian soldiers.
"Many a silk stocking gets torn through dancing the Charlestown," we read.
And many a reputation.
The modern flapper divides all mankind into two classes - the "old-beans" and the has-beens.
"Don't wear your garters too tight," is the advice given by a female scribe to her readers.
"Or so high that they cannot be seen," volunteers Miss Park Palings.
CAREERS FOR OUR GIRLS.
(The Artist's Model).
The model must be fair of face
Must be of form divine
Must learn to keep her figure right -
Say about six stone nine,
Must learn to blush demurely
When she's asked out to dine,
Must learn to draw a bit herself
Yes - learn to draw the line.
It is claimed that there's nothing the Hello Girl could do that the automatic 'phone Exchange can't
But just try asking it out to dinner.
The more a girl spends on clothes the more you see for it - of the girl.
A man's nob, like a door's, is soon turned when he passes a pretty girl.
"Have you seen your hubby recently, Molly?"
"Yes, I ran across him at breakfast only the other week!"
News of The Week:
A Scotsman dropped sixpence, but not as a tip.
Her eyes are rather roguish;
Her limbs are rather thin;
She has a naughty twinkle,
And a priceless sort of grin,
And I should like (see nursery rhyme)
To "sit by the fire and Spin."
It is no good bolting the bed-room door after the co-respondent has flown.
"Queer," said Diverting Daphne, thoughtfully, "you see a lot about people walking to Brighton, but I've never yet heard of anyone walking back."
There is some controversy as to what we are to call the new two-seater taxis. Why not "spooners?"
With modern fashions what they are, at least we've got away from petticoat rule.
She nearly wed a millionaire
Twas a matter of touch and go -
She did all the touching
And he did all the go.
"Modern dress leaves very little to the imagination," laments "Victorian" in a picture paper.
It leaves most of the dress to the imagination.
The B.B.C. broadcast a "mystery comdeian [comedian]" the other night.
The mystery about many comedians is how they are allowed on the stage at all.
Telegrams: "Notebook, Birmingham."
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