Joke #2 - Throughout the Forties, middle American society was horrified by children tempting clowns into depraved acts with promises of cotton candy.
Joke #3 - One the one hand, Mr. Banford was smart, and seemed to have an impressive command of legal precedent. On the other, Margaret was reassured by Mr. Kookypuddle's easygoing nature and sheer sartorial flair. Maybe she could hire both lawyers?
Joke #4 - The silence in the court room stretched. Margaret looked around the room for some kind of unspoken help, but all she saw were heartbroken faces. She just couldn't choose. Divorce was always hardest on the children.
Joke #5 - "You know what, Margaret? You were right all along. This IS cotton candy. The search for Mr. Kookypuddle's shoe continues."
Joke #6 - "I'm sorry, Mr. Kookypuddle. My daddy bought this cotton candy for me. He loves me. He doesn't love you, no matter how hungry you are. You'll just have to go off and die somewhere."
Joke #7 should have been obvious, but no one saw it except Jim D. Oh, Jim. You always say the perfect thing. - "As Trump and Fiorina wrangled on and on, you could feel the whole nation losing interest and tuning out. It suddenly occurred to Mitt that maybe, just maybe, 2016 would be the year for Romney."
Mr. FancyHotPants_2 didn't want to be out Mr. FancyHotPants_2'd by Jim D., so he naturally has Joke #8 for us. Thanks, MFHP! - As Margaret & Mr. Kookypuddles rambled on about his missing shoe, Jim couldn't help but wonder..."where the HELL are my legs...???"