So, a Texan is walking through the grounds of Harvard University. He stops to question a passerby for directions.
"Where's that there library at?" he asked.
"Hey, you can't say that," said the passerby. "This is Harvard University you can't end your sentences with a preposition!"

The Texan thought for a moment. Then he replied. "Okay, where's that there library at, you jerk!
So, a Texan is walking through the grounds of Harvard University. He stops to question a passerby for directions. "Where's ... with a preposition!" The Texan thought for a moment. Then he replied. "Okay, where's that there library at, you jerk!

"You jerk" is certainly nicer than the ending I've heard.

Maria Conlon
So, a Texan is walking through the grounds of Harvard University. He stops to question a passerby for directions. "Where's ... with a preposition!" The Texan thought for a moment. Then he replied. "Okay, where's that there library at, you jerk!

The library is a huge building on Massachusetts Avenue and even a Texan could find it.
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Maria Conlon filted:
The Texan thought for a moment. Then he replied. "Okay, where's that there library at, you jerk!

"You jerk" is certainly nicer than the ending I've heard.

And not an especially common expression for a Texan to use...I smell editorial interference..r
So, a Texan is walking through the grounds of Harvard University. He stops to question a passerby for directions. "Where's ... with a preposition!" The Texan thought for a moment. Then he replied. "Okay, where's that there library at, you jerk!

Why does this joke involve a Texan? It'd make more sense if it involved a ghetti.
Why does this joke involve a Texan? It'd make more sense if it involved a ghetti.

Dammit, Joey, "ghetti" is plural. Have you no respect even for your own slang?
Hey Where ya bin? Haya doon?

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