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  • What woman would have such a husband, what goodfellow such a guest, or what servant would either wish or endure such a master?

    In Praise of Folly

  • The times that I have been over it, with Piney, a ragged Robin-goodfellow at my heels!

    Sally of Missouri

  • And men are grossly purchasable; good wines have them, good cigars, a goodfellow air: they are never quite worth their salt even then; you can make head against their ill looks.

    The Egoist

  • And men are grossly purchasable; good wines have them, good cigars, a goodfellow air: they are never quite worth their salt even then; you can make head against their ill looks.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith

  • What woman would have such a husband, what goodfellow such a guest, or what servant would either wish or endure such a master?

    The Praise of Folly

  • goodfellow-puck: actually, the real nipples are inside the magazine yes, they're so cheap they used the cover photo twice so it is really that bad.

    Playboy: This Is Pointless!

  • Hogan and Johanna Draper Carlson offer further commentary on the FTC’s announced intention to regulate bloggers’ [...] goodfellow puck Says:

    More on Review Copy Disclosures » Comics Worth Reading

  • When goodfellow Senator John McCain, an ardent Iraq war backer, spotted the dubious fare spread out for him at one campaign stop, he said, “I’d love some spaghetti.”

    George Bush, Al Capone, and Wiseguy Government

  • Baxter's early religious teachers were more exceptionable than even the maudlin mummer whom Roberts speaks of, one of them being "the excellentest stage - player in all the country, and a good gamester and goodfellow, who, having received Holy Orders, forged the like for a neighbor's son, who on the strength of that title officiated at the desk and altar; and after him came an attorney's clerk, who had tippled himself into so great poverty that he had no other way to live than to preach."

    Old Portraits, Part 1, from Volume VI., The Works of Whittier: Old Portraits and Modern Sketches

  • Baxter's early religious teachers were more exceptionable than even the maudlin mummer whom Roberts speaks of, one of them being "the excellentest stage - player in all the country, and a good gamester and goodfellow, who, having received Holy Orders, forged the like for a neighbor's son, who on the strength of that title officiated at the desk and altar; and after him came an attorney's clerk, who had tippled himself into so great poverty that he had no other way to live than to preach."

    Old Portraits, Modern Sketches, Personal Sketches and Tributes Complete, Volume VI., the Works of Whittier

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