‘I will have to change my milkman,’ Lois told Maria, her next door neighbour.
‘Why? Stan is one of the best. Totally reliable, even in the worst weather. He hasn’t missed a delivery yet.’
‘That’s what I’m worried about,’ Lois said. ‘I heard that a lot of kids in this road belong to the milkman.’
Maria guffawed into her morning coffee.
‘That’s an old wives-tale Lois.’
Lois lifted an eyebrow, and said
‘Can you explain why so many of the kids here have red hair?’
‘Stan hasn’t got red hair.’
‘I know. But the butcher has.’
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