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Why does a sheep scratch himself?

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    You'll find out after you solve your math problems.

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    4y + 8y + 6+2y if y =2

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    40y +2

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    Because he is a butt hole

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    He liked to fart in a can

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    It probably had fleece (fleas)

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    Because he has fleece

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