Sauce from the Goose Bernard Partridge Cartoons from Punch magazine
Sauce from the Goose. The German Goose. "You wanted an egg; well, there you are. Take it or leave it." M. Poincare. "Call that an egg? I call it an insult!" Lord Curzon. "I agree that it's on the small side; Still, the bird HAS started laying."
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